The importance of having friends.

‘’A friend in need is a friend indeed’’they say always when a person realises that she or he has a good friend nearby. There is a huge likelihood that all our students will start feeling it next Monday, when, using the excuse of starting a new academic year, they will meet, anew,their mates or friends.

Having a shoulder to cry on and also speaking the same language with a person makes as lucky, happy and confident. With friends we are able to build bridges and see eye to eye almost on everything because having someone there for you makes it hit it off.

Friends also bury the hatchet and clear the air in daily situations because he/she knows that you get on like a house on fire. You might not know but when you know someone inside out you are a good friend.

Authenticity, honesty, and trust are qualities we expect to find in a friend. Hence, if you want to receive all this you need to share the same feelings. Thank then for everything they mean to you, they will do the same.

 So Monday remember to hug and greet all of your mateshands-2847508_1920.jpg because for sure more than a half are your friends.

“Each friend represents a world in us, a world possibly not born until they arrive, and it is only by this meeting that a new world is born.”



September is coming and we’re about to start a new school year!!

Are you ready to work hard on the decoration this year? Have a look at some ideas for your classroom.



Motivating bulletin board (TPT by Joanne Miller)


Bulletin board in 4th ESO (different subjects)




Pocket chart for students’ mobile phones




Fantastic teacher’s desk with students’ names



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It’s the right moment to travel and visit your family is Spain or abroad  because everyone is on a bank holiday right now.

International Workers’ Day, also known as Labour Day in some countries, is a celebration of labourers and the working classes that is promoted by the international labour movement, socialists, communists or anarchists and occurs every year on May Day (1 May), an ancient European spring festival.( according to

 Unfortunately ,this year, I don’t see any reason to celebrate it.

How can I do it, knowing that in September some of my colleagues are going to lose their job and some of our beloved students will untimely vanish from our school? Is that fair? The answer is yet to be discovered.

What is also internationally well known is that the concept of working day goes hand in hand with the concept of strike. Hence, the most persuasive tool that we have is, while working and going on strike, OUR HANDS. Let’s merge our hands and make ourselves heard on May the 6th.



 PLEASE unite to this and try to fight the saddest 1st of May ever.


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