Spanish Fiesta Day

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Posted by Miss Scarrott | Posted in Art, Foundation, Spanish, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6 | Posted on October 20, 2017

Last week Werribee Primary School had its first ever Spanish Fiesta Day! It was a fantastic day and everyone had great fun! Teachers and students came dressed up in Spanish inspired clothing and learned many different Spanish dances with the help of a dance incursion. The foundation students had some fantastic “Day of the Dead” face paint done by our amazing year 6 students and all them had a blast! We also had the chance to try some Spanish food and the churros were a hit with the students!


We would like to thank all the teachers and students in dressing up and participating in the day and we hope to have another fiesta again!

A MASSIVE Thank you to the Specialist Teachers for organising the day! 🙂

Ole! Ole! Ole!

Hola Amigos! (Hi friends!)

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Posted by Señor Araya | Posted in Spanish | Posted on October 12, 2016

Hola,

Siñor Araya is glad to present the Werribee Primary School Blog!

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Click here to check out what students have been learning in Spanish along with songs and flash games to practice your Spanish knowledge!

I look forward to hear your response!

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Adios

Papel Picado

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Posted by James_eSmart | Posted in Spanish | Posted on June 10, 2016

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This week in Spanish at Werribee primary school, students have been learning about Papel Picado from Mexico. Here are some examples of what both the years 3 and 4 have created. For more examples come by the Spanish room and have a look! Adios!

From Siñor Araya.

Do you know who Papel Picado is?

What did you do in Spanish this week?

From James and Ayan eSmart team 🙂

 

Bienvenida a Español

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Posted by Señor Araya | Posted in Spanish | Posted on November 29, 2015

Hola!

Welcome to Spanish at Werribee Primary School.

Be tuned for more updates of what the students at Werribee Primary School are getting up to in Spanish.

Here is a taste of what the Foundation to Grade 2 have learned this year.

Adios!

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