Do you know what happens every year on October 31st?

Halloween time!

The name ‘Halloween’ comes from All Hallows’ Eve, that is the night before All Hallows’ Day.

In the past people used to dress up in costumes and make noise. They used to put a lantern outside their house in order to be friendly to the spirits of the dead that were believed to come back to Earth. Today, people are telling scary stories and watching horror films. More


‘Egg’cited about Easter

Easter (Uskrs) is knocking on our doors!

If you want to create something special for Easter, you can try making these cupcakes. Just look at those lovely little guys! Aren’t they cute? 🙂

If there are some eggs left after the celebration, you can try out this experiment. You won’t believe how tough these guys can be!

Happy New Year!

We wish you a merry Christmas and a happy New Year with this entertaining short animated movie. Enjoy with your dearest ones!

Recycle bin

The issues of protecting our environment, reducing pollution and recycling more waste material instead of simply throwing it away – are you familiar with these? More

Around London

Take a look at the poster on the sights in London! You can immediately choose the option ‘SHOW FULL SIZE’ and click on the ‘LIKE’ button if you find the poster interesting. 🙂

You will hear two people (Tess and Ravi) talking about London’s attractions. More

The Big Apple and White City

Frank Sinatra used to sing:

“Start spreading the news, I’m leaving today,                                                               I want to be a part of it – New York, New York!

[…] If I can make it there, I’ll make it anywhere,
It’s up to you – New York, New York!”

In 2009 Alicia Keys sang:

If I can make it here, I can make it anywhere, that’s what they say
Seeing my face in lights or my name on Marquees found down on Broadway.


Saint Patrick’s Day

Dear students,

Saint Patrick’s Day is getting nearer! If you give 5 correct answers to the questions below, you can expect a lovely gift on March 17th from our small leprechaun.


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