Wednesday, 17 December 2014
Thursday, 11 December 2014
Over the last two weeks, the third year students have been taking part in a food project. The project has involved learning cooking vocabulary, creating a Prezi presentation in groups about a dish, including the ingredients needed, the cooking utensils required, the recipe and a video showing the cooking procedure step by step. But perhaps the best part of all has been tasting the final results of the students' work! The conclusion that we can draw is that the third year students are not only good at English, but also excellent cooks! Sinéad, our conversation assistant, was very impressed with them all!
Here are some photos that were taken today. If you want to see more, make sure you visit our blog over the next few days!
Mª Victoria Torres and Alex Francisco were two of the lucky twenty-five first-year Batxillerat students from secondary schools in Barcelona and the surrounding area to be given grants to study at the British Council. They received the grants thanks to their interest in the English language and their hard work. As a result, they will be studying at the British Council's Young Learners Centre in Vendrell Street for at least the coming academic year. Having done a level test today,we all hope that they enjoy the experience and take advantage of it!
Tuesday, 2 December 2014
Monday, 1 December 2014
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Sunday, 23 November 2014
Sunday, 16 November 2014
. It used to be seen as a mid-week treat. However, its popularity has increased astoundingly, so much so that it is now a daily staple in the lives of many. But do you actually know what’s in it? The potential harm so much sugar could do to your body?