All over the world, boys are becoming the weaker sex in the the classrooms. According to data from the Ministry of Education, 83% of girls finish secondary school, compared to 73% of boys. This gender gap, which gets even worse when it comes to underprivileged boys, is still absent from our country’s educational agenda.
Next Sunday 20th October you are invited to run with Bell-lloc at the 41st edition of the Carrer Nou Race, a sporting and recreational event for all ages.
Our third of ESO student Paul Xicola Mutos has won the Youth Literaty Fiction Express Contest, which includes romantic stories, dystopian tales, history narratives and thrillers, addressed to students between 2n and 4th of ESO.
Mr. Tom Wogan, Ms Adele Titford and Mr. Eduard Cuadrado delivered the Cambridge Certificates to over 100 Bell-lloc students who passed them during the past academic year.
Francesc Grau, a Bell-lloc Alumni, visited the school to remember his past life as a student more than 20 years ago, and to talk abot his new book.
"See, Listen and Read" is a thinking routine to gain a deeper undestanding of curricular aspects.
Last Monday the Teen Council leaders and the Council of Girona came to Bell-lloc to teach a session on citizen participation to our 1st of ESO students.
Last Tuesday our 3rd of ESO Student Council Members took part in a teambuilding seminar where they put into practice several group dynamics to acquire leadership skills and attended workshops on how to improve their classes' standars of coexistence.
Our students Javier Serrano Cerdà and Arnau Clota Fuente, from 6th of Primary, took part in the Fast Chess Competition that was held in Sarrià de Ter.