The award ceremony of the literary contest took place at the Casa de Cultura in Sant Cugat on Friday, May 5th. Several parents, siblings and friends gathered together to attend the long-awaited award ceremony. Some of the students wanted to take part in it and performed some entertainment shows.
Théo Ruiz read the wonderful speech written by Thomas Jefferson Pledge of Allegiance and introduced his biography to us. Àlex delighted us with his magic tricks with the help of our teacher Oana. Hannah rapped the song ‘Alphabet Aerobics‘ and really impressed us. Mathew gave us a master class in Australian slang and explained some anecdotes, typical words and phrases from Australia. Then, Hannah and Oana sang ‘Shape of You‘ acapella. The teachers did games and interacted with the audience.
It was about time to start the ceremony. We divided it into two categories: kids and adults. Here you have a table with the classified ones. Congratulations!
|KIDS CATEGORY||ADULTS CATEGORY|
|1rst place Alex Lacueva John the Red Read story||1st place Nacho Albert A Cold Winter Night Read story|
|2nd place Bernat Ferrer The Kidnapping Read story||2nd place Àngels Vidal Amazing Coincidences Read story|
|3rd place Miguel Canela An Unforgettable Experience Read story||3rd place Almudena Gómez Childhood Memories Read story|
|4th place Lucas Barahona The Book and the Rose Read story||4th place Isabel Santsalvador She Read story|
|5th place Marc Miró Death without End Read story|
In the kids category, Alex Lacueva obtained the first position with the writing John the Red. He was followed by Bernat Ferrer with The Kidnapping. The third place went to Miguel Canela thanks to An Unforgettable Experience and finally it was Lucas Barahona who obtained the fourth place with The Book and the Pink.
In the adults category, Nacho Albert took the first place with A Cold Winter Night. Àngels Vidal was the second classified with Amazing Coincidences. She was followed by Almudena Gómez with Childhood Memories, the fourth place went to Isabel Santsalvador with She and the fifth position was occupied by Marc Miró with Death without End.
The winners said a few words after being awarded with a Diploma of Recognition.
Finally, we brought some snacks and had a good time talking with guests.
We thank all of our students for participating in this event and for having delighted us with their original stories.
Here you have some of the pictures we took during the literary contest.