Durant les últimes setmanes els alumnes de 3EP hem creat una obra de teatre per participar al concurs internacional POLAR BEARS INTERNATIONAL. Han col·laborat amb nosaltres EI-5, 1EP i 2EP i ens ho hem passat molt bé!
L’obra es titula OCEAN “Rap” sody i tracta d’uns óssos polars que decideixen demanar ajuda als humans a causa de la seva situació de perill. Meduses, artèmies i ocells seran els encarregats de fer arribar el missatge als humans.
Però, arribarà el missatge? Esperem que us agradi!


This week we are meeting the 4th graders in the computer room.
They’ve created games with Scratch about polar bears and their habitat in their ICT class.
Today we’ve had our first get together. We’ve had a lot of fun and we’ve learnt a lot. Polar bears eat seals, factories pollute the air and the ice is melting!


The “botijo”is one of the most interesting bottles or jars ever seen. It’s made of porous clay with the intention of holding and cooling water. Its best claim to fame is that it keeps the water cool under really hot conditions and even better, it never changes the water flavour.
Botijos are ecological and you do not need fridges to cool the water and you can also reduce the plastic waste.
Our carbon footprint is being reduced too.
“Botijos” are an important part of our Polar Bear project 2016/2017!
We’ve started to learn how to drink which is quite challenging and we’ve had so much fun.

Amazing Science: How to make soap from recycled oil

Today we’ve made soap from recycled oil! This laboratory experiment is part of our Polar Bear Project.
Students from the 1st year of A levels have shown us how to make soap.
This is their recipe:
250 g of recycled oil
250 ml H2O
5 g salt
35 g caustic soda
some drops of lavender water

It has been so amazing!
Look at the pictures.

What is growing on that disk?

Today in our Science class we have studied the fouling of our Virtue disks using even stereo microscopes. Andrea and Judit, 1st ESO students have come to help us to identify organisms and we could draw the results on ipads.
Andrea has had the virtue rack placed for five months in Roses.
We saw living “mantis shrimps”, algaes and many other organisms.
It was really interesting!
Have a look at the pics!

Look this is a grown up mantis shrimp, ours are very tiny!


We’ve visited the school kitchen today to get kitchen waste for our Californian red worms. Worms like tomatoes, carrots, lettuce, coconut fiber but do NOT like cabbage very much 🙂


Today the teams Eco Scientists 1&2 have determined different characteristics of our vegetable gardens in K4 and Grade 4 such as temperature, soil moisture, acidity or pH –level.

Also, they have started to record the size of the plants and their leaves to determine the expected growth and they’ve had a look at our Californian worms and how the vermicomposting is going.