Welcome to Year 6!
Please return your permission slips,for all the planned events, as soon as possible, we have more fantastic trips planned and we want the whole class to be involved. Thank you.
We will be looking at landscapes in art this term. Our main focus will be Van Gogh and Monet. Do have a look at their work, they show lots of different styles and techniques.
Malaga is one of our topics this half term, enjoy the sites!
Malaga is a city that is often overlooked by tourists. Although millions and millions of tourists arrive in Malaga International airport, Malaga itself is more of a transit point, people tend to pass through on their way to the Costa del Sol’s more popular destinations.
It’s a shame, as the city of Malaga is a beautiful, very Spanish and a very traditional city. It offers some unbeatable things to do. Here are ten, handpicked and free things to do in Malaga.
Malaga’s central market dates back to the 14th Century. Originally built by the Moors as a ship builder’s yard - Atarazanas – in Arabic can be loosely translated as such.
Despite its fascinating history, the market is a great place to go for all kinds of local produce. Olives, oils, fish, seasonal fruit and vegetables. It really is a feast for the senses.
Open from Monday through to Saturdays (closed on Sundays) from 0800hrs until 1400hrs.
Malaga’s most famous artist and most renowned museum. The last Sunday of every month, the entrance is free to Malaga’s Picasso Museum.
The musuem has recently extended its collection and now offers 233 works of art. No trip to Malaga is complete without a visit.
Entrance is free on Sunday afternoons to both the Alcazaba and Gibralfaro castle. Without a doubt Malaga’s most famous landmarks, they should be high on anyone’s to do list.
A walk through the eucalyptus trees and carefully landscaped gardens to the top is highly recommended. The views are quite simply, the best Malaga has to offer.