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M É R I D A. Mérida, Spain It was founded in the year 25 BC, with the name of Emerita Augusta by order of Emperor Augustus, to protect a pass and a bridge.

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1 M É R I D A

2 Mérida, Spain It was founded in the year 25 BC, with the name of Emerita Augusta by order of Emperor Augustus, to protect a pass and a bridge over the Guadiana river. The city became the capital of Lusitania province, and one of the most important cities in the Roman empire. Mérida preserves more important ancient Roman, Moors and Visigothic monuments: because of this, the "Archaeological Ensemble of Mérida" is a World Heritage site. Among the remaining Roman monuments are the Puente Romano, a bridge over the Guadiana river that is still used by pedestrians; an important fortification to defend the bridge, lately used by the, called Alcazaba; the Temple of Diana; the remains of the Forum, including the Arch of Trajan; the remains of the Circus Maximus; the Acueducto de los Milagros (aqueduct); a villa called the Mitreo; the Embalse de Proserpina and Cornalvo reservoirs; the Circus, the Amphitheatre and the Roman Theatre where a summer festival of Classical theatre is presented. One can also visit the Morerías archaeological site and the Museo Nacional de Arte Romano. There are several buildings of contemporary age as Escuela de la Administración Pública (Public Administration College), Consejerías y Asamblea de Junta de Extremadura (councils and parlament of Extremadura), Agencia de la Vivienda de Extremadura (Housing Agency of Extremadura), Biblioteca del Estado (State Library), Palacio de Congresos y Exposiciones (auditorium), Factoría de Ocio y Creación Joven (cultural and leisure center for young), Complejo Cultural Hernán Cortés (cultural center), Ciudad Deportiva (sport's city), Universidad de Mérida (Mérida University), Confederación Hidrográfica del Guadiana, Puente Lusitania (Lusitania Bridge over Guadiana River ), Palacio de Justicia (Justice Hall)... It is necessary to visit also the Santa Maria's Cathedral and the Santa Eulalia's Basilic. Because of this, the "Archaeological Ensemble of Mérida" is a World Heritage site.

3 Alcazaba. An alcazaba (from the Arabic for citadel al-qasbah, القصبة ) is a Moorish fortification in Spain. The word derives from the Arabic word Al- casbah, a walled-fortification in a city. The word alcazaba can be confused with alcázar, which has its etymology in the Arabic al-qasr, which denotes a castle

4 The Roman Bridges. The Puente Romano, a bridge over the Guadiana river that is still used by pedestrian. The Roman Bridge over the Albarregas river (Via de la Plata).

5 Roman aqueduct Acueducto de los Milagros is a ruined Roman aqueduct at Mérida, Spain.

6 The Roman Theatre. Roman Theatre The Roman Theatre where a summer festival of Classical theater is presented, usually with versions of Greco-Roman classics or modern plays located in ancient times.

7 Arch of Trajan. Triumphal Arch of the age of Trajan.One gate of the Ancient City.

8 Temple of Diana

9 Mérida Today. Plaza de España and City Hall.

10 OUR SCHOOL: 'C.P.I.P.Federico García Lorca' Our school is situated in the city centre and it was founded in Its first name 'Ibánez Martín' was due to the Minister of Education by the moment.

11 Teachers. We are 17 teachers working here: 4 nursery school teachers 6 primary school teachers 2 English primary teachers 1Physical Education 2 teachers which speciality is pupils with special needs 1Musical Education 1 Religious Education There is also one person taking care after pupils with special needs

12 Number of pupils: Nursery School. 3-4 years old 24 pupils 4-5 years old 26 pupils 5-6 years old 38 pupils divided into 2 groups.

13 Number of pupils:Primary School. 6-7 Years old 26 pupils 7-8 Years old 25 pupils 8-9 Years old 24 pupils 9-10 Years old 17 pupils Years old 23 pupils Years old 27 pupils

14 SUBJECTS WE TEACH Our pupils have got 22 hours and a half of direct learning in a week. They learn Maths, Science, Spanish Language, Art, English, French, Music, Physical Education and Religious Education (optional).

15 CLASSROOMS There are 10 classrooms, for each level. We've got a computer room and a classroom where we work with the digital board.

16 PUPILS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS There is a classroom for pupils with special needs, too. These pupils are integrated in their groups, but depending on the subjects and school timetables they receive specialized teachers in their classrooms or they go out to a different classroom.

17 NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND FOREING LANGUAGES Our regional authorities are very interested in introducing technologies and foreign languages in our schools as soon as possible. For that reason from some years to now our pupils are receiving English courses since the age of 3, a second language from the age of 10 (in our school is French).

18 EXTRA SCHOOL ACTIVITIES. Every day from Monday to Thursday, our pupils receive extra school activities as: Drama, New Technologies, Physical Education and Regional Dances from 16 to 18. These activities are optional

19 OUR TRADITIONS CHRISTMAS: From December 24th to January 6th. FEBRUARY:ST.Valentine´s Day. MARCH:Carnival, Father´s Day. APRIL:Semana Santa. MAY: May the First ( International Work Day) Mother´s Day. SEPTEMBER: 8th Our Regional Day. OCTOBER: 12th It´s the anniversary of the discovery of America. NOVEMBER: Halloween, Teacher´s day 28th. DECEMBER: 6TH The Day of our Constitution, 8th The Virgin of the Immaculate, 10th The Martyr Holy Eulalia.


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