Lydia Davis, our Language Assistant
Lydia is from Sheffield and she has graduated in Modern Languages at Newcastle University. She is here to experience living in another country, but also she will be involved in our lessons, helping our students with their English and encouraging them to improve their oral skills.
We would like that not only the students, but also the teachers, welcome her and are helpful. Lydia is doing a great job for all of us, and we hope that she has a good experience in our school.
Halloween is celebrated in many countries around the world. It takes place on the 31st October. The origin is in Ireland from Celtic tradition to celebrate the end of summer. The word Halloween comes from All-Hallows-Eve (the Day of the Dead).
We are teaching foreign languages in a global aspect, so with our students we also study culture and traditions. Here you have an example of an activity by 1ESO pupils. Happy Halloween!