Thursday, 19 October 2017

Hi bloggers!

The other day we went to Gualba’s park to celebrate the “Dinar de Germanor”.
3th and 4th ESO students went to this park to do some cooperative activities and have a funny day.
We didn’t do any activity together, because our partners in 3rd ESO walked along the park, but our activities in 4th were very funny. We created an improvised lipdub to finish the day and it was very good. This activity was the best of the day.

It was a perfect day, and at the same time, our last “Dinar de Germanor”, but we will keep a fantastic memory of that day.

Laia H.
4th ESO B

Pablo Escobar

Hi bloggers? Have you seen Narcos?
I would like to start by saying that this character has only caused pain, suffering, and crime, in the history of Colombia.
Pablo Escobar was a cocaine trafficker. I am very interested in this man because he made a fortune. As you can see, I am not exaggerating, because this narco earned 60$ million a day and 5.000$ million a year.
Before being recognized as the creator of the Cartel of Medellín, he first made alliances with Gonzalo Rodríguez Gacha, Carlos Lehder and Jorge Luis Ochoa. Thanks to this union, he managed to create an organization that controlled the production and the consumption of more than 80% of the cocaine world production.To clear your mind, at the beginning of the 80s, he began to build schools, give money and create houses. With these actions, people in Colombia voted for him and he arrived at the National Congress in 1982. Nevertheless, a photo that showed him in a corrupted police station asking for more money changed everything. The photo was published in the newspaper of the Spectator, so he was removed from his post. Months later, his accuser, Lara Bonilla and Guillermo Cano, director of El Espectador, were assassinated following Escobar’s orders.
This story is very long, I think that you never have to get into the world of drugs or crime. It is necessary to follow the rules, respect people and not to make the chaos committed by Pablo Escobar.

José G.
4th ESO A

The Dancehall

Hi bloggers, do you like dancing???

Dancehall is a type of dance that appeared at the end of the 1970s in Jamaica. This dance comes from the reggae, another type of dance that also is of the same city. This dance is characterized as a dance with references to African and Caribbean dance. Its name comes from the dance halls (ballrooms) where the popular Jamaican music was played. In the dancehall, there are different styles, some of them are: dancehall queen strength of abdomen, legs and acrobatics and the dancehall "social", a mix between afro dances, Arabic and hip hop.

At the end of the 80's, it became popular in all Jamaica, and in the 90's became popular in the entire world.

Carla E.
3rd ESO B

My Summer

Hi bloggers!
This summer I have travelled to several places.
In July, I travelled to Prague in the Czech Republic. I travelled with some friends. To go there, we had a stopover of airplanes, so, we had to stay a whole day in Paris, since our flight was leaving the following day. When we arrived in Prague, the first thing we did was going to the hotel where we stayed seven days. We had time to know almost everything.

It was a unique experience for me since I was with my friends and I had a great time. After those seven days, we had to return. When we arrived at the airport, we realised that our flight had been delayed for two and a half hours. We were worried because we had to stop in Amsterdam. At the end, we missed the flight from Amsterdam to Barcelona, so we remain there one more day. The hotel was beautiful and it gave us time to know a bit of the country. It was time then to return to Barcelona.

Genessy A.
3rd ESO A

Wednesday, 7 June 2017


Hi bloggers!

Here you have some videos designed by 4th ESO students!

Are you ready to solve the crime??

Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Collateral Beauty

Last summer, I went to Madrid with my family and I went to the cinema with them. We didn’t know what film to watch. Finally, my cousin said “I would like to watch “Collateral Beauty”, my friends watched it and they recommended it to me.” I think that this film will be boring and I won’t like it, but I watched it because one of my favourite actors, Will Smith, is in it and he is so pretty and acts very well.
This film is about one man who is sad, because two years ago, his daughter died, and he doesn’t know what to do. He waits for “love” “time” and “death”. His friends don’t like seeing him like this because he can’t concentrate for work and they try to like help him. They create a plan to force him to face his sufferings in a surprising and deeply humane way. They ask for help from three street actors to represent death, time, and love, and to talk to him so he understands it all. Little by little he recovers from pain, but he needs one person…

If you want to know what happened I recommend this movie! You will not regret watching it! I left the cinema crying, it was one of the best movies that I’ve seen… It also causes many feelings. It was definitely one of the best days out with my family.
Pamela Q. R.
4th ESO B

Blue Jeans

His true name is Francisco de Paula Fernández and is known as Blue Jeans. He was born in Seville and he is an author from Spain with many followers in his social networking sites. He has a degree in journalism, and he lives in Madrid. He wrote the books, “El club de los incomprendidos”, “Buenos dias princesa!”,”No sonrías que me enamoro” and “¿Puedo soñar con tigo? And the series ended with “Tengo un secreto: el diario de Meri”. It has become the biggest phenomenon in literature from Spain, and is a popular romantic youth novel.
These books are translated into multiple languages, his novels have more than 600,000 followers and his book, “El club de los incomprendidos”, was adapted into a film.

He has been recognized with the prestigious “Premio Cervantes Chico 2013” award.
Alexia E. A.
4th ESO A