The eTwinning School Label was introduced in 2017 to recognise and reward the involvement, commitment, and dedication of not only individual eTwinning teachers, but also teams of teachers and school leaders within the same school. 



We are delighted to announce that CEIP RABINDRANATH TAGORE is one of the  1,211 schools in Europe that have been awarded the eTwinning School Label after a two-part application process. These awarded schools are pioneers and are recognised as leaders in areas such as:
This is not only recognition of personal success of individual teachers but also an acknowledgment of the great achievement of the entire eTwinning team these school.


Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success. - Henry Ford





Book titled 'Mariposa Colorín'Read this free book made on StoryJumper



Last year we got several lessons on traffic safety  and now we review them and we enjoy the memories. 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByOcgdmNDkQOOG9ycVp6OVZuY1E/view?usp=sharing



The following video will help you to review the time in English. Why is important to tell the time?



Gaudi's mosaic technique is what we are going to use in our project murals. "Trencadis" is a Catalan word that means smashed or broken.







Antoni Gaudí



Erreka Mary is a Basque Country folk tale.Second graders read, record voices, illustrate the story and perform the tale for the pre-school students. They reflect on the importance of enviromental and water care and contribute with a digital book to the  World Water Day.

Book titled 'ERREKA MARI'Read this free book made on StoryJumper





International Day of Happiness it’s a day to be happy, of course! Since 2013, the United Nations has celebrated the International Day of Happiness as a way to recognise the importance of happiness in the lives of people around the world.






During 2018, Europe celebrates its cultural heritage by raising awareness and encouraging debate and dialogue. We are eager to contribute to this celebration! We will be involved in the following  projects on Europe's cultural heritage.

World Heritage and World Cup

  
European Cultural Heritage:European Folk Tales


World Water Day, on 22 March every year, is about focusing attention on the importance of water.


Earth, which is the planet we live on, is known as the Blue planet because as much as 3/4 of the planet's surface is ...water! And water is so very important because without it, there would be no life. let's learn about the water cycle.



The award ceremony of the E-Twinning quality labels for the Community of Madrid took place last week in IES Beatriz Galindo. The objective of the ceremony was to show the potential of E-Twinning as a learning community  to develop projects of collaboration between schools from different countries. During the ceremony, teachers and students whose projects had a national or European quality label, received  diplomas.







Every February 2nd, all eyes are on the largest member of the squirrel family, the groundhog. Not surprising – it’s Groundhog Day, the annual holiday that’s predicts the arrival of spring. Early morning festivals are held across North America to see if the groundhog spots its shadow when it emerges from its burrow. According to tradition, if a groundhog sees its shadow, there will be six weeks more of winter. And if it doesn’t, it’s a sign that an early spring is on the way.




A lonely spider that wants to be part of a family.She just wants to be a family pet—and she thinks she would make a better pet than the typical dog or cat. But every time this clever spider tries to impress her chosen family, she scares them instead, until the day she unwittingly enchants them.





 Virtual trip to cebrate this day, greeting each other in different languages.



The European Day of Languages (EDL) is an annual celebration day to encourage language learning across Europe. At the initiative of the Council of Europe, EDL has been celebrated every year, on 26 September, since the European Year of Languages in 2001.
The specific aims of the EDL are to:
  • raise awareness of the importance of language learning in order to increase plurilingualism and intercultural understanding;
  • promote the rich linguistic and cultural diversity of Europe;
  • encourage lifelong language learning in and out of school.




Poor little Wemberly worried about everything! Now this adorable little mouse has the biggest worry of all to overcome, the first day of school...



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