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Apípolis, the city of bees

The 1st and 2nd year boys and girls visited Apípolis. It is a center for understanding the existing relationships between human beings and bees, which fits within the Equipment for Environmental Education. Apípolis aims to facilitate the approach to certain natural processes, enabling visitors to link their daily experiences to them, as well as to the problems that affect them.

There they got to know the bees more closely and even dressed up as real beekeepers to get closer to the life of this small but very important animal.

Book fund for the 2023-2024 academic year

ORDER of May 10, 2023 regulating participation in the textbook solidarity fund and calling for aid to acquire textbooks and school materials intended for students enrolled in primary education, compulsory secondary education and special education in supported teaching centers with public funds for the 2023/24 school year

Releases of 6th EP

As every year, the Local Police of Santiago taught us the basic rules of Road Education at the Amio fairground. It was a very fun morning!

On Friday March 17, the students of 6°EP visited the Pantheon of the Cathedral of Santiago. Through an entertaining game of riddles and mimicry we remember the illustrious figures of our history who are there.

Didactic concerts

Last February 23, the 3rd and 4th grade students attended the didactic concert "Music and evolution", which corresponds to the new discipline of biomusicology.In this concert, 43 different Galician mus

Carnival Parade 2023

Once again our neighborhood was able to enjoy the Carnival parade of La Milagrosa school after this long journey through the desert that was the pandemic. It is a very special parade where the streets surrounding the center are filled with color and joy where the smiles of those who witness it are constant when they see the little ones dressed up for such a special occasion.

ALCER visit

The ALCER association came to our school on the afternoon of Monday 16 February to talk about who they are and the importance of organ donation in our society. We learned and talked at length about chronic kidney disease and were encouraged to reflect on everything we talked about. It was a pleasure to have them!

The gates of Santiago

Did you know that the historic center of Santiago de Compostela was surrounded for years by a large wall of almost two kilometers? And that possibly in your day-to-day life you pass through one of the gates of the wall that were strategic in the Middle Ages? Little is known about the original construction of the wall, although the Calixtine Codex did refer to the seven main gates, which served as communication between the city and the countryside. It was Porta Faxeira, Porta da Mámoa, Porta do Camiño, Porta da Pena, Porta de San Francisco, Mazarelos and Porta da Trinidade.