sábado, 28 de abril de 2012


As a final task of this Comenius Project, teachers and students in grades 3, 4, 5 and 6 visited the Museum of Ethnic Music in Barranda and the Sanctuary of Caravaca de la Cruz where there is an organ highly valued in Murcia, created by master organ builder constructor Jose Folch in 1776-1778 and rebuilt in 2003 by the master organ builder Patrick Collon.

We traveled together with the school San Juan de Murcia.

The Museum of Ethnic Music was founded by Carlos Blanco Fadol, a Uruguayan who has traveled the world collecting musical instruments and has even created some of them.
Here we enjoyed a guided tour, where we learned the origin of many instruments from around the world, including our partner countries, of course.
Also we were able to play music, Ode to Joy by Beethoven, with an instrument called bamboo sound which came from Indonesia.

In the Sanctuary of Caravaca, the music teacher Angel explained how the organ functioned and he gave us a small concert. It was great!


Dear Students and Partners,

Follow the steps:
1. See the video about Romanian composers.

2. Search the information about the questions in the following test: Romanian composers questionnaire.

3. Choose (and click!).

4. Send.

Good luck!

Here are some pictures of Spanish students in 5th and 6th grade solving the Romanian webquest.

Very interesting!


In our school we have learned about folklore and dances with the various grades of Primary education.

Students in grades 2, 3 and 4 decorated patterns on the folk costumes and the Spring Festivals of Murcia (April 9 to 15).

Year 2 of Primary. Teacher: Belén.

Years 3-4 of Primary. Teacher: Isabel

Students of religion have produced a poster on the Cathedral of Murcia in honor of the Spring Festivals.
 Students of Religion and teacher Begoña.

Students in grades 5 and 6 with teacher María José have sought information on the Internet: folklore, dances, Bando de la Huerta, Spring Festival... and they have selected the following links:

Next you have the link from when we worked on folklore last year at our school.


Now, some pictures of teachers and students in our school with folk costumes when they celebrated the Bando de la Huerta 2012. 

Director María with male costume
& Coordinator María José with female costume.

María with her ​​nephews and María José with her daughter.

Jenny (5th grade) with male costume
& her aunt and cousin with female costume.

 Pablo (5th grade) with his mother and siblings in folk costumes.

Finally, all Primary students working on dances in Physical Education, with director María and teacher María Dolores.