Publicado en Celebrations, General, Halloween

Horror Short Stories

Last November, 1º Bachillerato students were writing and  illustrating horror short stories. The result was great. You can read  some examples of their final outcomes.

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Umayrah Ali




Today, some 1st Bachillerato students have made an interview to Umayrah Ali, our English conversation assistant this year. In this interview they have asked her about her life, her likings and her opinion about Spain:

● Where are you from?
I’m from Glasgow, in Scotland.

What are you doing in Spain this year?
I’m here to learn Spanish because I’m studying it at university.

Why did you decide to study Spanish?
At first I wanted to study French and Italian, but I found them hard and I decided to
learn Spanish. It was easier than the others.

What do you like about Spain?
I like the food and the people, and I like the fact that Spanish culture is based on
family. I’m a family person, and that’s one of the reasons why I like this country.

What’s your favourite place in Spain?
I really like Andalucía, specially Marbella because it is near the beach, and I love the sea.

How many countries have you visited?
I have visited Turkey, Hungary, Holland, Italy, Portugal and Spain.

● For you, what’s the best place in the world?
My favourite country is Hungary because Budapest is very pretty.

What do you like doing in your free time?
I really like to cook and in Scotland I​ ​like driving my car and going out​ with my friends.

Do you like animals?
Yes, my favourite animals are cats.

What do you prefer, teaching in primary school or in secondary school?
Both are very different. In primary school children want to speak English all the time, but in secondary school it is sometimes difficult because teenagers don’t want to speak English so much.

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2019-2020 Welcome back

Hi again . We are starting  a new academic year full of ideas, plans, new students and teachers. Our bilingual section has grown. It reaches up to 3º ESO, so more than 56 pupils will have more lessons in English. Ana Lancho teaches Biology in 1º ESO and Physics and Chemistry in 2nd and 3rd ESO together with Agapito teaching geography and history . Both of them are in charge of the aicle subjects. The English department is composed by 4 members: Pepa, Juan Pedro, M. Ángeles and Yolanda. This year a conversation assistant is joining us. Her name is Umayrah and she comes from Scotland. As part of our yearly plan each month is going to be devoted to some special event, celebration or date . To start with, October will be the month of The Discovery of America. Agapito and his 2nd ESO students will work about this significant event in our History.

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E-twinning project:

4º ESO B students are taking part in an international  project on  e-twinning . E-twinning is a learning European platform  which offers both ,students and teachers, the opportunity to communicate, share  and develop projects within a secure network. The title of our project is Christmas around Europe. Students from several countries :Poland, Italy, Croatia ,Romania and Spain will show how Christmas is celebrated in their countries.

The main goals of the project are:

1. Getting to know Christmas customs and traditions around Europe
2. Developing language skills
3. Improving the knowledge of Twinspace and communication tool

The work will be developed in four steps:

1. Introduction of the different groups of students
2. Sharing  information about Christmas food, church services, family gatherings . The participants will sing ”Silent Night” in a native language
3. Christmas cards exchange
4. The display of X-mas cards in each school sharing the experience

We have just finished our introduction. This is the result:

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Where do they study?

In the ATO schools, which are schools that are accredited by the State Agency for Air Safety (AESA), which is the body that regulates airspace and drone flight.

What do they do?

Maintenance tasks:check turrets and power lines, telephone stations and wind turbines.
Home deliveryIn the future, instead of opening the door tothe dealer we will be waiting for a drone to bring us the order home.
Real estateTake panoramic views of birds. Especially for urbanizations or land with potential for construction.
Wedding photographyMany couples want to give a newapproach to their album. That’s why they hire cameradroneto take pictures from the heights.
Police operations: Search of missing people, forests fires, rescue of survivors ,control of borders and many others.


Why do they do it?

Generating business opportunities, for infrastructure,agriculture and transportation, drons can generate  interesting business opportunities.
It is one of the jobs with more future opprtunities.
What are the requirements?


-Demonstrate some theoretical and practical knowledge.
-Being over 18 years
-A valid medical certificate.
-Be registered in AESA (Agencia Estatal de Seguridad Aérea)
-Have specific civil liability insurance for aircraft.

What skills do they need?

To know about radiocontrol or robotics,  both the aircraft and all the systems it includes, as well as handle it safely when it is in the air.

When do they work?

They work when they are hired by a company that needs the services of a drone pilot or selfemployed, being 
a freelancerand offering to perform work or activities related to a drone.
Posted by Elena Salomé González, student of Second Year of Vocational Training.
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Computer Engineer


They work in computer mechanics workshops, with people who fix computers.

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they do a lot of different  Jobs :

  • Web programmer.
  • Mobile app builder E-commerce platform manager.
  • Technological consultant.
  • IT project manager.
  • Computer systems designer.
  • Video game creator.
  • Telecommunications Expert
  •   ComputerIn charge of the IT area of a company.
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What are the requirements ?

  • Having knowledge and ease of mathematics since it is an engineering and during the first years recommended subjects are taken.
  • A good level of English, since the greatest source of information is in this language.
  • Logical and analytical reasoning capability.
  • interest in technological advances and research.
  • Ease of adapting to new situations, methods and technologies.
  • Ease of working in a multidisciplinary team.
  • Curiosity, creativity and imagination.
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Cybersecurity Lawyer


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Cybersecurity refers to the protection of hardware, software, and data from attackers. The primary purpose of cyber security is to protect against cyberattacks like accessing, changing, or destroying sensitive information.



  • It protects the business against ransomware, malware, social engineering, and phishing.
  • It protects end-users.
  • It gives good protection for both data as well as networks.
  • Increase recovery time after a breach.
  • Cybersecurity prevents unauthorized users.


Cybersecurity careers are complex and many roles can be found with banks, retailers and government organizations. At work, you can expect to protect an organization’s files and network, install firewalls, create security plans and monitor activity.


Salary of a junior technical cybersecurity expert is around 30,000 euros. And that after 6 or 7 years of experience, you can reach 50,000 and even 60,000 euros per year.


Because this job offers internet security to avoid being scammed

-What are the biggest dangers of the internet?


-cyber bullying

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-Identity Theft


-Harmful Information




-Fake ads

POSTED BY María de la Luz Ramos

Publicado en English class, General, Students' posts


My new English teacher is Umayrah and she is 21 years old. She was born on 26th of July and she lives in Glasgow, Scotland. In her country it rains very often and they only have one week of Summer.Resultado de imagen de glasgow

In Summer the maximum temperatures are 25 degrees. The food isn´t healthy and they fry everything even pizza and sausages! The traditional dishes are haggis (it is a kind of “morcilla”), shortbread (biscuits with sugar and butter) and fish and chips.Resultado de imagen de traditional scottish food

The traditional costume is the kilt: its pattern has a lot of squares and each family has their own exclusive design. Resultado de imagen de traditional kilt



She has told us that she is studying journalism and she could see the “World War Z” filmset from her university. She lives in a very quiet town called East Kilbride. Her family is from Pakistan but all of her family is in the UK. She has two little sisters and her boyfriend is of Indian origen. She has two rabbits and three chickens as well. She has never visited Pakistan, although she can understand Urdu, the language of Pakistan.Resultado de imagen de traditional shortbread dog

She has come to Spain to learn Spanish but she says that it is really difficult to speak it. Her favourite Spanish food is “Patatas Bravas”. Now, she is living alone in Cáceres and at the moment she has a few friends here. She loves the city and its weather. She has already visited some Spanish cities such as Seville, Madrid and Zafra. She prefers Seville becasue the beach is very near. During Zafra´s fair, she visited the town with her friends. She was sight-seeing and then they went to have dinner.

In the afternoons she usually goes for a walk, though she doesn´t like sports. Her hobbies are cooking and driving her car anywhere.Resultado de imagen de glasgow central mosque

She can´t eat ham because she is Muslim. She prefers fish rather than meat. When she finsihes this job in Spain she is going to end her degree in Scotland because she is in her last year.

She is lovely and I hope to learn a lot of English and about British culture with her.


Written by Sofía Ferrero Guzmán. 2º Bach. C

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Halloween Week

Our students had a great time few days ago. Arroyo de la Luz high school celebrated its Halloween week. The corridors and the doors of most classrooms were decorated with posters, masks, cloths and everything useful to recreate the magic and atmosphere of Halloween. The two best groups of the decoration contest got a big breakfast and everybody got some candy after taking photographs and writing and reading some terrific micro horror stories, which were also a great success. Here we have some of my favorites…

“…We were playing on the porch when we saw that the sky was getting dark. A great storm had begun. We went into the house. A strong wind had started blowing and the windows and the doors opened and closed making a horrible noise. The water was entering everywhere. The electric light went on and off. Shadows floated across the darkness of the porch like ghosts looking for human shelter…” Nuria.

“I always like to read in quiet places, so I used to sit by a nameless grave in the local cemetery and spend hours there until the sunset. On 31st October I did the same, but when I stood up to leave I realized a name had appeared on the gravestone. It was my own”. Victoria.

“My sister died when we were little in a car accident. Every month I have a dream where she appears. I´m in a dark place, and she is in front of me. Little by little she gets closer and closer. He stares me in the eye, and while she is crying… she asks me to go with her”. Nerea.

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Week of Music and Dance

We don´t have a world of music and dance festival in Arroyo de la Luz like the one that takes place in the capital of the province every spring; however, we do have a week of music and dance in our little village.

During the last English week, apart from many other activities, our students of third and fourth year of ESO had the opportunity to sing many karaoke songs in front of their fellow partners as well as sing and dance on the stage of the theatre room. They spent a lot of time on the rehearsals outside high school, but they enjoyed every minute of it and saw that cooperation and fun are also good ways to improve another language.

These are some of the videos of the final event…

Publicado en Celebrations, English Week, General



It is a year of celebration. Nothing more and nothing less than the 50th anniversary of our secondary school IES Luis de Morales. It has just turned 50 years since its founding in 1968.50a2


For this reason, the English Department has carried out an activity consisting of the development of a Time Line that includes historical, cultural, social, sporting or even very significant scientific events that have taken place since 1968-2018.

Our students of PMAR, Basic Vocational Training , 3rd year of ESO   and 1st year of Bachilleratohave looked for information and, together with English teachers have done this commemorative work which  has been very useful to make an authentic review of the past and compare the lives of their parents or grandparents with theirs at the current time.


It’s been hard work, but it’s been worth it!



Publicado en Celebrations, General, St. Valentine's activities, Students' posts


Sofía Ferrero Guzmán,our writing contest winner, has sent us a brief comment about her dinner at Entre2 Restaurant last 15th February:


“The dinner was fabulous. I take my friend Andrea out. We had a great time.

All the dishes were  delicious. My favourite one was the sirloin with a potato cake, I love meat.


My friend’s favourite dish was the salad. It had egg, lettuce, corn, smoked salmon, tuna, tomatoes and onion.




When we arrived everything was decorated with hearts. I really liked participating in this competition and still much more win this prize.

Thank you very much to all the English Department!”


 Sofía Ferrero Guzmán , student of 1st Year of Bachelor (History and Social Sciencies)