On March 17th, the Irish, in Ireland and all over the world, celebrate St Patrick’s Day.
St Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland, considered to be the person responsible for bringing Christianity to this country. The shamrock is the national flower, because St Patrick used it to explain the Holy Trinity to his followers. He is believed to have been born in the fourth century, and when he arrived in Ireland, he encountered the Druids, who worshipped pagan gods. I... (... continúa)
Welcome back to a new year full of promise and wonderful experiences! We are all waiting to see you and extend the opportunity of improving your knowledge even more. I’m sure your holidays must have been great, and I hope you have collected enough energy to get you all through 2012.
Best wishes and good luck to all my FCE pupils, who sit for the FCE 2011. I'm sure you'll all do great, and will obtain great results!
I'll be thinking of you all.
ABSCH ENGLISH DEBATE 2011
Last Friday 30th June, three St Paul’s pupils represented the school at the English Debating Event at The Antofagasta British School. Sofía Hayden, Lorena Pascual and Andrés Chamorro, accompanied by Miss Dimitra Halikia, did really well in their respective debates. We are very grateful for the warm welcome, their very kind host families and for all the entertaining activities the Antofagasta British School put on for them. Congratulations!
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You will really enjoy the following videos!
I’m sure many of you, just like me, have spent many, many enjoyable moments with Mr Men and Little Misses! If Roger Hargreaves were alive today, we would be elebrating his 76th birthday. Below are a few of his endearing characters.
This is fantastic!!!
The following link offers all sorts of reading material, for all ages and tastes. Have a look at it. I'm sure you'll find something to interest you. Remember that the more you read, the more you learn. A lot of the time you won't even realise how much you are learning!
2011 school year is beginning! And what better attitude to have than LOTS of energy, enthusiasm and commitment to the work we are starting.
A lot of the results we obtain during our working year depend on our approach to what we have to do. If you feel that it is a drag, that it is boring, and you will never be able to complete the required work, it will most probably turn out to be so. But, if on the other hand, you look at it as an opportunity to learn, to obtain benefits and successes in your future life, your attitude is positive, and only good things will come of it.
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Now that we Chileans are on holiday, this is the moment to invest time in reading. Reading gives you knowledge, culture, vocabulary, and makes you reflect! The following link takes you to several levels of reading on different topics. I hope you find it useful!