Thursday, 4 July 2013

Brochure

Here is the final brochure that we produced. We gave it today to every family. It summarizes the work we accomplished during these two great years...

CLASSROOM TOUR

The first day of the meeting we had a tour in the school. Partner school visited classrooms and knew some ways of working. Here are some photos.

TEDDY BEAR TRAVELLER

These are the photos of the travelling Teddy Bear. It's going to travel from Catalonia to all countries of the project. Next stop, Finland.

WORKING

Here are some photos working on the project at school, commenting future activities and the ones we did.

QUIZ

This is the Quiz Centcelles School children did with all partner schools about Catalonia.



Our school

Our school
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Local Producers of food -Knockseagh NS


Thursday, 9 May 2013

Sport In Ireland!!

SPORT IN IRELAND Sport is very important in everyday life in Ireland! It also plays a very big role in schools as PE is part of the school curriculum. We are a competitive country and love participating in all sports! Gaelic football and hurling are the most popular sport in Ireland in terms of match attendance, and in 2003 accounted for 34% of total sports attendances at events in the Republic of Ireland, followed by hurling at 23%, soccer at 16% and rugby at 8%, , the All-Ireland Football Final, to be the most watched event of the nation's sporting year. Soccer is the most played team sport in Ireland. Swimming, golf, aerobics, cycling, Gaelic football and billiards/snooker are the other sporting activities with the highest levels of playing participation in the Republic of Ireland.] The many sports played and followed in Ireland also include horse racing, show jumping, greyhound racing, basketball, fishing, handball, motor sport, target shooting and tennis. As well as being known as "football", the sport may be referred to as Gaelic football or Gaelic, if confusion might otherwise arise with soccer. Though it has existed for centuries in Ireland as Caid, Gaelic football was formally arranged into an organised playing code by the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) in the late nineteenth century. It is the most popular sport in Ireland in terms of match attendance – in the senior football championship in the summer, attendance is upwards of 80,000 for the most prestigious fixtures. The game is played at underage, minor (under 18), under 21 and adult levels. All players are amateur, although players at a high level may receive income from sources such as sponsorship and grants. Every Gaelic footballer plays for a local club or parish team, and the best are chosen for the inter-county sides. County players may be chosen to play in inter-provincial Railway Cup games or for the 'International Rules' team to face Australia. However, the main national competitions are the inter-county All-Ireland Senior Football Championship and National Football League, also known as the NFL. A Gaelic football year starts with pre-season competitions and the NFL. In early summer, the Championship begins. Each of the four provinces has its own tournament, and teams which are knocked out must do well in the 'qualifiers' if they are to gain a spot along with the four Provincial Champions in the All-Ireland quarter-finals. The All-Ireland Senior Football final is traditionally held on the third Sunday in September. Kerry are football's most successful team, with 36 All-Ireland senior titles. There are many rivalries within the game in Ireland – an example is that between Dublin and Meath. Other notable teams include Cork and Kerry. Picture above shows Knockskeagh team playing Gaelic Football!! Hurling is a sport native to Ireland, organised by the Gaelic Athletic Association. In terms of attendance figures, hurling is second only to Gaelic football. The game has similarities to shinty and hockey. However the ball (or sliotar) is rarely played along the ground. Hurling is also played on a large pitch and is considerably faster than hockey. Many aspects of the organisation of hurling are similar to football, as both sports are organised by the GAA. Amateurism and the club/county/province structure are similar. Hurling is well-attended and the most prestigious games fill Croke Park to its capacity of well over 80,000. The main competitions are the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship and the National Hurling League (NHL). Hurling picture above Picture above shows Knockskeagh team playing soccer!! How does the Weather affect sports in Ireland? The weather can affect lots of sports as we have a lot of rain in our country! This leads to our sports often being played in wet weather. Most sports can accommodate this due to their sand based pitches and also all weather pitches. The FAI soccer league is played during the summer months as is the GAA calendar so to take advantage of the improved weather that occurs from April to September. We utilise our string winds and beaches for our advantage for windsurfing and body boarding! The Environment and Sport in Ireland.. Our golf courses are all wildlife friendly and provide sanctuary for many different animal/bird species! Irish sports clubs also use many different type of renewable energy in their clubhouses like windmills and solar panels! They also put a huge emphasis on recycling of rubbish in their clubs, Knockskeagh school playing rugby!!

Lunch at High Lawn

Lunch at High Lawn on PhotoPeach

Sunday, 10 March 2013

Local producers of food - knockseagh NS

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How to make Flapjacks -Knockskeagh NS



Please enjoy our video on how to make flapjacks!!

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How to make Fairy cakes- Knockskeagh NS


Please enjoy our video on making Fairy cakes!!


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Irish Local Food Products



Please enjoy our video of local Irish food products!!!

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results of our survey (VS Pestalozzi)

Food and transportation of food

final report weather and precipitation

typical food of comenius project coutries

sportsday schoolyear 12/13

learning new sports is great fun

Week of health including sports

Pumpkin soup

Healthy food of the childrens countries

Saturday, 9 March 2013

Food and transport

Here are the three pages that we have created about food and transport.

Sport decalogue

Children of 5th grade have made a sport decalogue. We have worked on the importance of doing sport and outdoors activities.

We hope you like it!

Friday, 8 March 2013

Skype

Year 4's wonderful Skype session! Our Skype Session with Ireland! on PhotoPeach

Green Posters

Here you have the posters that our students have done.

They are very colourful and the most important thing, a "GREEN" meaning.


Thursday, 7 March 2013

Food wastage at High Lawn School

Food wastage at High Lawn Primary School

Recipes from England

Recipes from England

Recipes from Catalonia

Childrem from Centcelles school have made some recipes dessert.

Three, four and five years old children have made Panellets, and ten years old children have made Garrapinyades almonds.

It's very easy to do and delicious. We hope you try to do it and like it!


Monday, 4 March 2013

How do you travel to school?


The students of last cycle answered the survey about "How do you travel to school"?

As we can see in the image, our students can go to school on foot. As you know, they live very near from the school, so they are lucky, they don't need the car or the bus.




The results are:

        - Walking: 28 students

        - By car: 2

        - Walking or by car: 6

Sunday, 3 March 2013

Seasonal food in Catalonia

Hello everyone!!

We 've been working on seasonal food and children have created some posters about the fruits and vegs they can find in each season here in Catalonia.
I hope you llike it.


Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Fruit kebabs

Fruit Kebabs made from fruit from Comenius countries on PhotoPeach

Sunday, 24 February 2013

Fairtrade

Fair Trade Chocolate on PhotoPeach Recently, both Year 4 classes have been learning about Fairtrade and the importance of buying Fairtrade products. They realised that some cocoa farmers around the world had not been given a decent wage and that Fairtrade ensures that all farmers get paid for the hard work they do. A visitor from a Fairtrade Chocolate organisation came in to talk to the children, had them taste different Fairtrade chocolate products and then helped them make their own rice-krispy cakes, using Fairtrade chocolate. Year 4 are also looking forward to being visited by a cocoa farmer... we will tell you about that soon!

Saturday, 23 February 2013

Nursery tasting Food and Vegetables from around the world



To help promote healthy eating, Nursery staff invited children and their parents to come in and taste some different fruits and vegetables from the different comenius countries. They had a wonderful time!

Year 1 Making Bread

Warburtons Bread is locally made in Bolton. Have a look at the Year 1 children having a go at making some of their own bread, with some help of a Warburton's employee.

Warburton Bakers! on PhotoPeach

Tasting some traditional Lancashire (English) foods

Year 1 sampling some Lancashire food on PhotoPeach

Saturday, 16 February 2013

The Green Classroom

Hello partners,

Today I've found this Bingo and I thought share it with you.


Sunday, 3 February 2013

Our 'Travelling to and from School' Survey

Click here to take survey

Above is a link to our school's 'Travelling to and from school' survey.

You can use also www.surveymonkey.com to create your own quick survey, which your children, their parents and the staff can fill in.

They take minutes to make and you are able to analyse the results whenever you wish. Also, doing it online means you are saving paper! (You can't get more Eco-friendly than that!)

Thursday, 17 January 2013

Menu

Monday Coleslaw Salad Meetballs with spicy sauce Semolina Cheese Chocolate yogurt Tuesday Pasta Salad Cordon bleu French beans with tomato sauce Cottage cheese Fruit Thursday Salad Cheese Gratin Cheese Pineapple Friday Garlic sausage Fish crumble with gingerbread flavor Leek and potatoes with cream Cottage cheese Fruit