Wednesday, 2 November 2016
El viernes 28 de Octubre nuestro centro se disfrazó de múltiples actividades en las que zombies, vampiros y todo tipo de monstruos ambientaron un día de Halloween más que especial: concursos literarios, concurso de calabazas de Halloween, diseños de monstruos, historias de terror o incluso la venta de terroríficos y sabrosísimos desayunos ambientaron la previa a esta festividad cada vez más en auge entre nuestros alumnos.
Our Halloween this year has been a myriad of diverse activities and most of our students have been involved in some of them; from our 1ESO's who carved the most thrilling Jack O'Lanterns to our 4ESO's who, disguised as their favourite monsters, told horror stories to all their partners, then rewarded with a scary film when our library became a Halloween cinema. 1ESO´s designed monsters using the vocabulary learnt by which they described the most horrifying creatures.
Our Silent-Hill-like school didn´t stop frightening us all during the whole Friday, even at our lunch time when our 4ESO boys and girls sold fearful and delicious cookies and cakes in order to get funds for their trip, which we will talk soon about.
Finally I want to talk about the excellent micro-tales written for our "Halloween Twitter Tales" contest... Congratulatios, Taylor Hopewell, for your great work! But it is a shame we could award only one person because there were lots of awesome tales and we do know how hard to impress us with just 140 characters is. You can read some of the best on our twitter (@biliespth)
It has been hard because it is difficult to get involved in so many activities but it has been worth... we cannot wait for our next Halloween.