Category Archives: Politics

Remember, Remember, the 5th of November

ESO Students, We give you again the post we published last year about Guy Fawkes’ Gunpowder plot. Enjoy it: In 1605, thirteen young men planned to blow up the Houses of Parliament. Among them was Guy Fawkes, Britain’s most notorious … Continue reading

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Learning What Being a Teacher Is All About

Labor Students, We would like to give you and your parents this article by Pam Platt published on We hope it will make you all think. By the way, this article is in direct connection with this other published on Sunday 24th October 2010including … Continue reading

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Did You Know? Shit Happens

Sanitation was voted the most significant medical advance in the last 150 years by the British Medical Journal readership, yet 2.6 billion people around the world still do not have access to basic sanitation, that is, a toilet. Awareness is … Continue reading

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Newsy: 25th Anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

American’s observe the 25th Anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr. Day to honor the legendary civil rights leader. It’s a day dedicated to the legacy of one of the most influential leaders in American history. On the 25th anniversary of … Continue reading

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Tackling bad behaviour ‘is not our job’, teachers claim

The following article by Graeme Paton, Education Editor for the British newspaper The Telegraph, was published yesterday, last 10th December. Teachers are reluctant to tackle badly behaved children because it is “beyond their remit”, according to UK Government research. Many … Continue reading

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Spanish Constitution of 1978

Today we are enjoying a holiday and we don’t have to go to school, but why? Here is the reason: The Spanish Constitution is the fundamental law of the Kingdom of Spain. It was enacted on foot of the 1978 … Continue reading

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NY Times: In Spain, Gypsies Find Easier Path to Integration

The following article by SUZANNE DALEY and RAPHAEL MINDER was published on The New York Times online yesterday, Sunday 5th December: Encarnación Rómero Bastante, a manicurist, was not sure what to expect when she was hired by a government-financed program to train a 33-year-old Gypsy … Continue reading

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