Monday, 14 May 2018

Tuesday, 8 May 2018


On Wednesday, 18th of April, we recorded our last Drive Time show on SF Radio and we post it now for you to enjoy the contents we prepared for it. You will find news, the weather forecast, this Day in History, Recipes and more.

This show was recorded by 2nd ESO bilingual students. 

Thursday, 26 April 2018


Since last year, IES San Fernando´s  Physics and Chemistry department has a project with Physics school at UEX called Fis&Kids.
This project expects to divulge science among students by making interesting and entertaining experiments.
Our students learnt  about them at university with Physics students and now they can show these experiments and explain why these events happen  to their schoolmates.
Our Physics and Chemistry bilingual students of 3rd ESO want to divulge science in English too.
We hope you enjoy this video about some effects of atmospheric pressure.

Teacher: Ángela Durán Morán.

Monday, 23 April 2018


Our 1st ESO Bilingual students along with their teachers Aguasantas, Marcos and Mª José spent two days in Gibraltar. We had the chance to visit St. Michael Caves, the Botanical Gardens, Trafalgar Cementery and The Museum of Gibraltar. We walked the Main Street and Casemates Square.  

We all had a great time.

Sunday, 22 April 2018


SF Radio is back again. This time, Bilingual students from 2nd ESO bring us a thrilling interview with a very special guest. Ana Márquez, teacher of English and lead singer of the award-winning band Acetre shares her passion, knowledge and experience with our community.

It has been an absolute pleasure to have Ana in our show. We were all in awe with such captivating personality. She made us feel her love for music and languages.

Ana Márquez, Aurora Nogales and Carmen Rodríguez


Wednesday, 21 March 2018


It’s been a while since our last recording and we are pretty sure you are eager to get to know our last Project.

During this second term of the year, our 2nd ESO bilingual students have been working hard on the bits and pieces of Music History, lyrics composition, singing and recorder techniques and repertoire. However, I must say that the unit that caught their attention was the one dedicated to the music from around the world. They were exposed to the different scales used in other cultures, included the pentatonic scale. We’ve been playing around with it for as much a we could. From China to the Blues, Jazz and Rock, we are used to listening to it. Their five sounds ring a bell when they are played together.

And we bumped into the song Pagodas, written by J. Palazón and inspired in the Chinese culture.  First, we recorded the audio track in class and then, we shot the video on location, at San Fernando gardens. They even took a chance to say thanks in Chinese.    
As usual they did their best. They are always craving for playing, singing and learning, they put a huge effort into it and I’m really proud of them for it. I just want to say thanks to this awesome group of students for their eagerness. From @bilingualsanfer, we want to share our humble Project, we hope you enjoy.

Thursday, 8 March 2018


@Bilingualsanfer and SF Radio, along with the community of IES San Fernando want to mark the celebration of the International Women's Day by broadcasting a special radio programme hosted by 2nd ESO bilingual students. 
Nearly 30 girls got together today in our studio to shout for equality using the mighty weapon of the spoken word.
Our community stay committed to gender parity. We hope that our programme helps to raise awareness and to contribute to improve our society.

The best way to predict the future is to create it.
A. Lincoln