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IES Pedro Cerrada

This is the high school where I teach. A state school in Utebo


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Cookbook page

One of the collaborative activities between Pingry School and IES Pedro Cerrada

This is the result of a collaborative task between IES Pedro Cerrada and Pingry School, recipes explained by our students for other students


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Happy St Valentine. Did you know that…..

By | February 14th, 2017|Categories: 1 ESO, 2 ESO, 3 ESO, 4 ESO, Communicative competence, ESO, Reading, Skills, Sociocultural|

Many of us associate the 'most romantic day of the year' with flowers and cards, but how did Valentine's Day begin and what's the real reason we celebrate? Valentine's Day is an old tradition that [...]

Natural Science: Exhibition of cell models

By | February 9th, 2017|Categories: 1 ESO, Activities, ESO, Natural Sciences, PALE, PALE, Subjects|

The students of 1st of ESO have created some models about different types of cells. You can watch them in the second floor of the school. Gongratulations, it has been a great work! [...]

A genetic study explains why tomatoes in supermarket are tasteless.

By | February 8th, 2017|Categories: Communicative competence, Science, Sociocultural|

Did you ever wonder why most bought tomatoes are so tasteless? The answer (surprise, surprise) has to do with money: Tomato farmers care about money, and the genetic variants associated with giving more money are [...]

Grounghog Phil sees his shadow. America’s most known weather forecast tradition.

By | February 8th, 2017|Categories: Communicative competence, Culture, Natural Sciences, Sociocultural|

Every February, a small` mammal is hurried  out in front of a crowd in Pennsylvania to take part in the Groundhog Day tradition: If the groundhog Punxsutawney Phil "sees" his shadow, the USA will have [...]