Categoría: Infant

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Taller Buco-Dental de la mano del Ratón Pérez

Taller Buco-Dental de la mano del Ratón Pérez

El pasado 26 de octubre recibimos en el colegio internacional bilingüe de Sevilla, Yago School, la visita de los ayudantes del Ratoncito Pérez. La clínica dental Implantologie con los Doctores Esther Sánchez Cobo y Juan Antonio López Mumpao al frente realizaron un estupendo taller bucodental en las clases de Infant. El objetivo era concienciar a...

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English Student of the Month in Infant

English Student of the Month in Infant

As a way of celebrating the effort and good intentions in English class, this September we started with the English Student of the Month initiative. It consists of five categories: Speaker Listener Helper Participant Vocabulary Whizz One child from each class is chosen for each category. Their photo is placed on a board for the...

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Yago Book Club Project

Yago Book Club Project

  Out with the old and in with the new! At the beginning of September, our Infant 4 and Infant 5 children said their goodbyes to Captain Jack, the friendly parrot who helped them build their vocabulary over the past couple of years! We have replaced MacMillan’s story-based program with our very own project called...

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Día de la Hispanidad en Infant

Día de la Hispanidad en Infant

Hoy hemos celebrado en Yago School el día de la Hispanidad. Ha sido un día repleto de actividades divertidas y animadas donde se ha rememorado el descubrimiento del llamado “Nuevo Mundo”. Por la mañana nuestros alumnos aprendieron sobre la importancia de este día y su significado y realizaron algunas manualidades. Finalmente terminamos  con un divertido...

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Wheels Day in Infant 4

Wheels Day in Infant 4

WHEELS DAY Wheels Day was inspired by “This School Year Will be the Best”, the book we read during the month of September in the I4 Yago Book Club. It was great fun and a total success! The star toy was the scooter and some children also brought their roller skates and some brought strollers....

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Bye Bye Captain Jack, Welcome Yago Book Club Project

Bye Bye Captain Jack, Welcome Yago Book Club Project

At the beginning of September, our Infant 5 students received some bittersweet news! Our dear friend, Captain Jack, won’t be returning to Yago School! He sent us a package filled with a letter telling us all about his new life in Hawaii, seashells, a photo album, and a postcard for each child. While we are...

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Learning English through Role Playing

Learning English through Role Playing

Role playing: During the third term, Infant 5 students were swiftly pulled into real-world situations in English class as they learned about all kinds of different professions and transportation options. Role playing. To really get into the roles, I5A and I5C designed and acted out plays that included these two topics as their final English project....

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Learning Environmental Awareness with LIPASAM

Learning Environmental Awareness with LIPASAM

Environmental awareness: Environmental awareness: En el mes de junio trabajamos el valor del respeto al medio ambiente en Yago School. Entre otras interesantes actividades organizadas para inculcarles a los niños la importancia de cuidar el medio ambiente disfrutamos con la visita de Lipasam, donde los niños tuvieron la oportunidad de aprender a cuidar el medio...

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Última Assembly del curso 2017/2018

Última Assembly del curso 2017/2018

Assembly: El pasado viernes 25 dimos la bienvenida a Infant 5, quien por primera vez asistió a una Asamblea de Primary. En este acto los pequeños que el año que viene cambian de etapa recibieron el pin de sus casas (House System) y vieron un vídeo creado por los niños de Primary de algunas de...

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Creativity in Infant

Creativity in Infant

Throughout the month of May, we have been learning about creativity in the Infant Department. By completing a wide variety of activities in our Wake and Shake modules, the children were able to see that creativity is more than just drawing or painting in art class. They saw that creativity stems from our thoughts and...