16th February 15
Last academic year our 1st grade Bachillerato pupils decided to collaborate with the NGO Change Lives in their project for Ruanda and they organized a “non-uniform day” to raise funds. This NGO tries to create a livelihood for villages in impoverished countries and the project chosen by the pupils was to buy a cow and send it to a community in that country. Today, at last, the cow has arrived in Ruanda, and is in quarantine at the airport but will soon go to its new village. It is a very important day in which our students´work and effort has materialized and we hope it improves the present situation of the village. Our pipils have chosen to call the cow Margarita.
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San Dionisio Royal Academy
The group of pupils who participated in the poetic reading of “Platero y yo” held last night at the headquartersof the San Dioniso Royal Academy of Science, Art and Humanities was nothing less than outstanding. This event celebrated the recently terminated centenary of the universal work by Juan Ramón Jiménez.
We would like to congratulate Isabel Marín, Estefanía Puche, Patricia Perea and Juan Galera who belong to the Poetry Club led by Marisa Rubio and who gave a brilliant performance with their words and guitar accompaniment, together with the other students who took part in such an emotive event.
Congratulations once again!