Students from Year 6 had to design an invention to make their lives easier in sports or at school.

6A's Presentations
6B's Presentations

Sea Creatures Presentation

Students from Year 5 made their own presentations about a sea creature of their choice:

5A's Presentations
5B's Presentations

Manuel Piñeiro, a 3B's student made a mecano.

Manuel was making the mecano for a month. It's a difficult and delicate work. His daddy helped him.
Here you are the amazing result.

Galician artists in the International newspapers: Dani Caxete, a photographer and Alberto Veiga, an architect.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.
2015 April 27
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Space Station over Lunar Terminator
Image Credit & Copyright: Dani Caxete
Explanation: What's that in front of the Moon? It's the International Space Station. Using precise timing, the Earth-orbiting space platform was photographed in front of a partially lit Moon last year. The featured image was taken from Madrid, Spain with an exposure time of only 1/1000 of a second. In contrast, the duration of the transit of the ISS across the entire Moon was about half a second. The sun-glinting station can be seen just to the dark side of the day / night line known as the terminator. Numerous circular craters are visible on the distant Moon, as well as comparatively rough, light colored terrain known as highlands, and relatively smooth, dark colored areas known as maria. On-line tools can tell you when the International Space Station will be visible from your area.

© Simon Menges
Architects: Estudio Barozzi Veiga
Location: , Poland
Architect In Charge: Fabrizio Barozzi , Alberto Veiga
Project Leaders: Pieter Janssens, Agnieszka Samsel
Project Team: Marta Grządziel, Isak Mayor, Petra Jossen, Cristina Lucena, Cristina Porta, Ruben Sousa
Area: 13000.0 sqm
Photographs: Simon Menges

Structural Engineers: BOMA S.L., FORT POLSKA Sp. z o.o
Installations: GLA Engineering Sp. z o.o. ELSECO Sp. z o.o. ANOCHE Iluminación Arquitectónica
General Contractor: WARBUD S.A
© Simon Menges
From the architect. The building emerges from its urban context, influenced by the steeply pitched roofs and the verticality of the city’s residential buildings, by the monumentality of the upright ornaments of its neo-Gothic churches and the heavy volumes of its Classicist buildings, by the towers that dot its entire skyline and the cranes of its port.
With an expressionist mindset, we have aimed to use geometry to give shape to a new rhythmic composition that conveys feelings by balancing massiveness and verticality.
© Simon Menges
The use of glass as the exterior cladding material highlights how the building contrasts with the conditions of its surrounding environment. It creates a bright, transparent and upstanding object.
© Simon Menges
The building’s interiors are simple, large skylights being their utmost defining trait. The great symphonic hall differs from these in that it is a sculpted object, embedded into a barely outlined mineral-like space.
© Simon Menges
* Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address.
Cite: "Philharmonic Hall Szczecin / Estudio Barozzi Veiga" 29 Oct 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed 08 May 2015. <>