You are in the bilingual blog of CEIP Virgen del Rocío school from Pilas, Seville, where you can improve your English, view the material and solve your doubts on this journey towards learning another language.

Estás en el blog bilingüe del CEIP Virgen del Rocío de Pilas, Sevilla, donde podrás mejorar tu inglés, consultar el material y preguntar las dudas que tengas en este viaje hacia el aprendizaje de otra lengua.

jueves, 6 de noviembre de 2014

Halloween 2014

Happy Fall!

On October 31st, we celebrated Halloween at our school. The teachers had fun scaring students and the students had even more fun scaring the teachers.
Halloween is a commonly celebrated holiday in many English speaking countries. Our hallways were filled with zombies, witches and ghosts trick or treating for Halloween candy.
Check out the pictures below!

lunes, 29 de septiembre de 2014

Welcome again!

Hello students.
From the bilingual team we would like to welcome to another school year.
We are sure we will live a lot of experiences together while we are learning English customs and traditions.
This year we have a new coworker in Pre-school called Cristina and she is going to share with you all some of the activities through her blog
Visit it and enjoy learning English with our youngest pupils.

viernes, 27 de junio de 2014


Another year is over.
Our students said good bye to books through an End of the Year Party, with terrific performances. You can see how our playground was in the picture below.
We wish all of you a good summer holidays!
See you all on September

miércoles, 30 de abril de 2014

Book Day 2014

Last April 25th was our particular Book Day in Pilas. Everybody could enjoy our performances about Charles Dickens' plays. Congratulations to our little actors and actreeses because the did a great job. If you want to check it, clic HERE.

martes, 11 de marzo de 2014

Charles Dickens

The bilingual team decided to work to Charles Dickens this year, approaching another of the great writers of English literature to our school, after seeing Shakespeare the last year. The proposal includes classroom activities and short tiered activities to expose the other students what they worked at class. We will learn a briefly biography of the author and every level will focus on one of his most famous works. First level A Christmas Carol, second level A tale of two cities, third level Oliver Twist and fourth level Great Expectations. Katelyn, our language assistant, will guide the presentation of works with a short speech about their experiences with Dickens in USA.