Blog: Guy Fawkes and Bonfire Night 05/11/20

Remember, remember the fifth of November,Gunpowder treason and plot.We see no reasonWhy gunpowder treasonShould ever be forgot! Guy Fawkes, guy, t’was his intentTo blow up king and parliament.Three score barrels were laid belowTo prove old England’s overthrow. By god’s mercy he was catch’dWith a darkened lantern and burning match.So, holler boys, holler boys, Let the bells ring.Holler boys, holler boys, God save the king. And … Continue reading Blog: Guy Fawkes and Bonfire Night 05/11/20

Blog AJ/ENGLISH 6th-8th Class 03/11/20

Hello everyone, I hope you are all well, safe and healthy. So we have a new challenge for you to o this week. It is quite easy all you have to do is watch the video below. You must talk about your autumn holiday, tell us what you did. You must use a minimum of 5 sentences and of course the past tense e.g. I … Continue reading Blog AJ/ENGLISH 6th-8th Class 03/11/20

Blog: AJ/English 7th Class (02/11/20)

Its a new month and that means a new topic. Throughout this month we are going to look at the past simple tense among other things. Certainly you have met the past simple before so this shouldn’t be too difficult. So this is some revision for you to help you remember how to use the past simple tense correctly. Of course if you have any … Continue reading Blog: AJ/English 7th Class (02/11/20)

Blog: AJ/English 6th Class 31/10/20

Nations and Nationality Sometimes people find this topic very confusing and hard to understand, but I am going to try and make it easier for you………I hope 🙂 What is a nation? A nation is a country, like the United Kingdom, where I am from or the Czech Republic where you are from. They are usually made up of a group of people who share … Continue reading Blog: AJ/English 6th Class 31/10/20

Blog: AJ/English 6th-9th Class 29/10/20

ORDINAL NUMBERS Recently you completed homework about Halloween and most of them were excellent, but we noticed many of you have problems using the date properly. When we use the date we us what is known as ordinal numbers. You use them in Czech and just like you, we use them in English and in many ways they are easier. You can all count in … Continue reading Blog: AJ/English 6th-9th Class 29/10/20