Arxiu de la categoria: CEIP Pou de la Muntanya – Dénia

Initation to athletics

On December 18th, our 5th grade students visited the athletics track of Denia, where they practiced a series of activities corresponding to the Didactic Unit of Physical Education “Initiation to athletics.” The children participated in different tests, such as races or long boat. At the beginning of the session, the Physical Education teacher explained to them the parties that have the track and where the different athletic modalities are carried out. Then they made a warm up before the main activities that were: race of 80m, 400m and 1000m. The students chose in this case the proof they wanted to make. The session ended with the long button. The activity was very motivating and rewarding for all students, and we emphasize this because it is included in the subject of our Erasmus + project with the theme: LET’S MOVE, HEALTHY HABITS.

You can view all the pictures of the activity HERE.

Let’s move – Swim!

The 3rd and 4th grade students of our school visited the Dénia Sports Center where they participated in a circuit of obstacles and enjoyed some aquatic games.

These activities are part of the Erasmus + project that the school carries out. Some experiences in the person of our students are:

“I went for a pool trip. I had a good time. We have walked on a mattress above the water. We swam a lot in the pool “(Anas)

“Last Friday my friends and I visit the pool. When we arrived we made an obstacle course. Then we went to the pool to make some ways to swim. We also went to a smaller pool where we passed on a cork mattress “(Ruben).

If you want to see the entire album with the photos, click on the following image:

Round of Skypes: Parma – Dénia

These days, Dénia and Parma students have begun to communicate by Skype videoconferences.  The aim of the activity is known among the parterns.

Pou de la Muntanya School students, in Dénia, could talk with the Anna Frank School students, the Giacomo Ferrari Institute and the Hospital Scholar Unit in Parma.


It was a very enriching experience and a good opportunity to practice English.


It was a fun experience, we will continue with the talks and hope to speak to students from other countries as well.

On the other hand,  five years old students enjoyed a conversation with five years old students in Parma.

Here’s a part of the conversation:
Our students greeted with typical Italian “Bongiorno”
Then Parma students were presented one by one and everyone told us what they liked most, and we danced with a song:
We sang a song in English that Teacher Joan had taught.

And finally we said goodbye until next time.

We want to repeat it.