During these four weeks, the first cycle group has experienced the drawing of shapes from movements that arise in nature based on line and curve. First they have experienced vertical, horizontal, diagonal, long, short, intermittent, curved and winding straight lines. Meanwhile, the second group has been introduced to mirror shapes that combine the different straight lines or curves experienced last year.
In this period, the 3rd and 4th class experienced geometrical shapes and linear, curved and woven forms. Different activities were implemented to raise the awareness for the forms, explore the movement and cultivate the imagination through connecting different senses. Before drawing it in their notebooks, the children laid the form with materials like stones, acorns or sticks, walked and traced it and drew it on small black boards with chalk. “In this way one educates the child toward a real feeling for form, toward a feeling for harmony, for symmetry, and toward a feeling of relationships. In this way one can guide the child into those harmonies which also exist in the world around us”. Rudolf Steiner
Class 5th and 6th began the term remembering the Illiad and reviewed certain stories of Achilles and positioned themselves in Ancient Greece. Throughout the block they have learned about Alexander the Great, and through his life story they have understood the wars and battles of his time, travelled the route of his conquered territories and learnt a little about what it would have been like to live in his time. As the block was in English, they have used it to improve speech, spelling, grammar and punctuation.
Following the period on Greece, two large carvings have been made that will establish the classroom, as reliefs for a temple. Individually, each has embodied an emblem, and the transits between them are connected by a common carved lance. A process that can be resumed in the coming periods.
"Music is the true universal language" Weber "Music gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flights to the imagination, consolation to sadness and life and joy to all things" Plato Last year we had the privilege of accompanying the beginning of many students with their instrument. We could feel how their skills were developing, their hands coordinating, their ears listening, and their will serving as an impulse so that all that learning was built and put at their service. This course we continue on the path, so that other students can experience a similar process and so that those who continue can grow with their instrument. This project aims to facilitate access to the study of a musical instrument during school hours. All students from 4th to 6th grade of Primary School have the opportunity to choose an instrument and practice individually with a professional musician, in 30-minute slots. This course we also offer to the groups of 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade of Primary Education the possibility of studying an instrument in slots of 30 minutes per week from 3 to 4pm. that can be combined with the Afternoon Care activity in the Library. Information and registration: email@example.com