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miércoles, 19 de septiembre de 2018

 

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Image source: nationalcollege.co.uk
 
Education depends where you live in the UK: England, Scotland, Northern Ireland… It can be different (some things can change, like the dates of school holidays…), but there is a shared detail: all the students wear their uniforms.
 
Image source:dailymirror.co.uk
 
Time at school is divided into three stages: Pre-school, Primary and Secondary education.
Nursery, Kindergarten or Pre-school is when you first start at school around three and five.
Primary education is generally from the age of around 5 to 11, staying there until children finish Year Six.
Secondary education is usually from the age of 11 to 16, although you may decide to stay in school till you are 18.

Children around the country go to different kinds of schools, too. There are two main types of schools: those that are paid for by the government (State Schools) and those which aren't (Public or Private Schools, such as Eton, that is very famous, gracious and expensive -around £34,000 (€38,000) per year and that’s without the uniform!).
 
Image source: Woldingham School - www.best-schools.co.uk
 
About 35% of pupils eat school lunches, but the other 65% of pupils carry packed lunches from home. A typical packed lunch contains a sandwich, a piece of fruit, a chocolate bar or a yoghurt and sometimes crisps.  And some healthy drink, like water, of course.
 

Image source. express.co.uk
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domingo, 22 de abril de 2018

 

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Source: teachradar

Last week, between 4 and 15 April, the Commonwealth Games took place in The Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia, a beautiful place for its beaches.
 

These games are for countries in The Commonwealth (a group of countries that were part of the UK many years ago and still have the Queen of England).

Source: perth.wa.gov.au

There were 6,000 athletes from 71 countries like the UK, Australia (obviously), New Zealand, South Africa or Canada... and there were 22 sports like swimming, cycling, running, basketball... 
They are every four years, so... see you in 2022!!

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miércoles, 11 de abril de 2018

 

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Source: www.royal.uk
 
Elizabet II, "Her Majesty", -only she is "HM" because the rest of the Royal Family members are "HRH" (stands for His or Her Royal Highness), has got two birthdays: one of them on 21st of April (her personal birthday) and the other (the official) on 11th of June because the weather in Britain is better in that month.
This year she celebrates her ninety-second birthday and she is the Queen of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms since sixty-six years ago when her father, George VI, suddenly died. 
She is the longest-lived and longest-reigning British monarch, more than her great-great-grandmother: Queen Victoria.
She is also head of the Church of England. 
 
(Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II -1953) - Source: dailyrecord
Her family name is Windsor.
Her favourite sports are fishing or horse riding and horse racing. She likes horses. She also owns a number of dogs: corgis, because she loves them!
Maybe in the future her eldest son Prince Charles will become King after her and after him in the "line of succession" goes his son, Prince William. 
Meanwhile: "God save the Queen".
 

 
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jueves, 18 de enero de 2018

 

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If you want to taste a simply delicious dessert, then this is yours: the trifle. A pudding that has been on British tables for more than four centuries.
Watch it step by step.


And now, you are ready to cook like a real chef. Pay attention to these recipes and try to make some of them. Enjoy!!
 
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lunes, 08 de enero de 2018

 

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During New Year's Eve people around the world celebrate a great party. 
Samoa is always the first country to ring in the New Year.
There are 39 different local times in use, which means it takes 26 hours for the entire world to enter the New Year.
At midnight, fireworks explode everywhere to welcome the New Year.

Sydney (Australia)
A famous place where you can see them is above the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House. Thousands of people line the harbour to watch the country's biggest fireworks show and one of the most amazing all over the world!
 

Edinburgh (Scotland)
Edinburgh's four-day festival (Hogmanay) celebrations include a torchlight procession, street parties, concerts and more. It's stunning! 
People from all the world go there to receive the New Year.
 
 

London (England - UK)
Fireworks also explode behind the Big Ben clock tower during New Year celebrations and from The Coca-Cola London Eye. It's marvellous and colourful!
 
 

Manhattan - New York (USA)
At Times Square, confetti rains down on thousands of happy people who celebrate the beginning of a new year at the stroke of midnight when the glittering crystal ball drops with a burst of confetti and dazzling fireworks. It's spectacular!
 
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