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No rain in Spain

Our Spanish exchange students enjoyed blue skies and sunny temperatures on their half term visit to Albacete in southern Spain.

Paired with the families of students from Los Escolapios school, the students had a hectic itinerary visiting a bullring, the civic hall, had dancing lessons, went sightseeing, ate churros … and discovered that the penknife was invented in Albacete!

Albacete is the home town of BVC Spanish teacher Ms Violeta Rios who organised the trip. She said: “I am so proud of all the students – they behaved really well and all had a great time.

“An exchange is the ideal way for students to practise and learn a language, to make friends
and form some long lasting friendships with a family in another country. I hope this exchange will continue and so build up friendships between our students over a number of years.”

Students were accompanied on the trip by Ms Rios, Miss Ward and Mrs Lynn.

More photographs are available for download from our BVC Flickr account.

Bassingbourn Village College

South End, Bassingbourn, Royston, Hertfordshire, SG8 5NJ

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