Centro Experiencial de Inglés del Colegio Padre Hurtado y Juanita de los Andes
HUB Media Projects
Hey everyone! At the Hub we are looking for more students to get involved with our media projects in the second semester. You can find more information below.
We are about to start on the preparation of the second edition of our English Hub Magazine and we are looking for more students to participate.
You can work on articles, interviews, reviews, recipes, whatever you would like to write about, we would love to hear from you.
SOCIAL MEDIA TEAM
If you would like to contribute to our social media team, get in touch! You can join the team in the creation and posting of content on our HUB Instagram page.
If you would like to participate in the Magazine or Social Media Team or would like more information, please come to the HUB at break to speak directly to Miss Melanie or you can send an email to email@example.com
First of all, I hope you are all doing well. I know that this year has been a little different to how we might have expected and we have all had to adapt the way we are learning and teaching but the good news is that we can still be connected via our online platforms.
The HUB has been running online for these first few months for 3rd to 8th grade students on the Google Classroom platform. There has been some amazing work there so congratulations to all the students who have been participating.
We will be sharing some of the work that has been done in the HUB online soon as well as some outstanding work from the English department so….watch this space!
Due to the difficult moment Chile is going through, the 2019 English Day is canceled until further notice. We have been working hard to find the best solutions and make sure all the effort the students have put on so far can be appreciated and shared with our school community.
Debido al momento difícil por lo cual está pasando Chile, el 2019 English Day está suspenso hasta segunda orden. Estamos trabajando para encontrar las mejores soluciones y garantizar que todo el esfuerzo que nuestros alumnos han dedicado a la preparación de este evento pueda ser valorada y compartida junto a nuestra comunidad escolar.
English Day is October 3rd! We can’t wait to celebrate with everyone and learn about 10 fascinating countries that speak English as an official language! Click here for the page with all the important information.
Toda la información importante para English Day está aquí.
Students from 9th to 12th grade will have the opportunity to apply for English Day Jobs! Please check this link to find out what jobs are available. We are going to have registration meetings very soon!
For all the information about English day, click here.
Congratulations to Canada for winning the third English Day! We had an amazing day with songs, food, games, presentations, trivia, and various all-new activities for students in every grade. Thanks to all our English Teachers, special guests, and volunteers from 11th and 12th grade.
On Thursday, we had a parties during recess to recognize the winners of the many contests, like best stand, best poster, and best food from each country. Congratulations to those students!
Please enjoy the pictures, and if you have more pictures you want to show off here, send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Each year, classes are assigned to different English-speaking countries to learn more about different parts of the world. This year, students from 1st through 6th grade who visit the Hub during the third recess can earn points for their English Day country by playing board games, watching movies and TV shows, reading books, and more. The country with the most points at the end of the week is invited to a special party during Friday’s recess! Students who have exemplary participation in their English class may also receive an invitation from their teacher.
Want to see how your country is doing? Come to the Hub and look at the beads in the jars! To know which country you represent, see the chart below. Note that these are the countries for English Day 2017, so you should start learning as much as you can about your country now!
Stay tuned in the future for opportunities for students in 7th grade and above to compete and represent their countries with special recess activities.
(Click on the chart to enlarge the image if you have difficulty reading it.)