ARTEAGA SCHOOL IN SUCINA (SPAIN)
This is a picture of the front of our school. (School Logo) Arteaga is a successful local school and institute in the center of Sucina.It contains 3 playgrounds. 1 for football, 1 for vollyball and another for basketball.
This is a Picture of the school when the festivals began. That day, all the students in every year dressed up in fancy dress costumes and paraded around the streets, and secondary did a dance and sang songs. Arteaga is a school of good will, culture and full of life.
These are the playgrounds of our school. This is where we spend our brake time playing football or just sitting on the school benches and talking with your friends. Also here you can see our infant school where children from 4 to 6 years old learn and have fun.
Our school has 40 teachers including the head-teacher, and over 300 students. Our school also has a grand total of 20-30 classrooms where the students learn.
This is a clear copy of the school name of which is placed outside the school gates and the school entrance. Arteaga contains 3 large buildings in which the pupils learn. This school is in the Región de Murcia. C.E.I.P centro educacion instrumental basica.
Sucina is a small village in Murcia where Arteaga is placed. Sucina is a very happy village and is very family orientated and everybody knows each other. Sucina has local corner shops and an English fish and chip shop along with some bars. In the main square there is a huge refurnished church with fantastic detail on the inside and the outside. Sucina is at the north of this map… As you can see is quite isolated but yet only 10 minutes away from the entertainment.
This is the main road through Sucina. The streets of Sucina are taken good care of and are clean.
The local church is in the main Village Square and is the landmark of the village. Many tourists like to view the churches hand carved decorations on the front of the church and the hand painted walls and ceilings inside.
When there are celebrtions in Sucina, like a lot of other towns and villages in Spain, they all celebrate together. Celebrations normally go on for approximatly 2 or more weeks and are normally celebrated through the weekends so the children that are in school can celebrate as well. This is a group of people marching down the street with flags during fiestas. After that group another group will go on behind them wih another flag singing or dancing through the village main road up toward the square where the main celebration and fireworks are set off.
This is a picture of only some of the fireworksset off at the Sucina fiestas. People go straight
to the square to watch the fireworks being set off.
(by Hollie and Taneesha, 2ºA)
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