Greetings from Dublin!

Our primary teacher, Quico Rguez, has sent us this lovely postcard from Dublin, where he's doing an English course for teachers as part of our Erasmus + project.
Thanks a million, Quico!


Ciao da Firenze

Our Chemistry and Physics teacher, Diego Iglesias, has sent us this postcard showing one of the best -known emblems of Florence, Micheangelo's David. It is in Italian city that he has done a course on inclusive education as part of our Erasmus + project. 

Grazie mille, Diego!


Saudações de Vizela

Our teacher Tamara Silva has sent us a lovely postcard from Vizela, a town in the north of Portugal, where she is spending 5 days to job shadow an innovative school, Agrupamento de Escolas Infias de Vizela.

Thanks a million Tamara!
Looking forward to seeing you!


Colourful postcard from Lugano, Switzerland!

Morning everyone!
We have received a lovely card from Lugano, a lovely lakeside town in the Italian-speaking canton of Switzerland, 1,400km from Ourense!

Thank you Damien for this beautiful illustration of your hometown; we love it!

If you want to know more about this Swiss town, click this link.


Happy holidays!

Before 2018 comes to an end, we would like to share with you a wonderful video created by Andrea and Gema with a number of 12 inspirational quotes to begin 2019 with motivation and strength!



Primary school students send card number 60 to Germany

Card number 60 has been written in German and sent to Herford, a town located in the Northeastern part of North Rhine-Westphalia. 

The region is also known as Wittekind's land, as the last fights of Wittekind's Saxon tribes against Charlemagne took place here. He is believed to be buried in the neighbouring town of Enger.

Click here to know more about Herford.


A Christmas card is headed to Russia!

ESO 1 students have done a spectacular job of writing and decorating Christmas cards which have been posted today. The cards are going to Katerin in Khavarovsk, a Russian city located in the most eastern part of the country, 30 km from the Chinese border (and 9,284km from Ourense).

Good job, guys!