Europe Day held on the 9th  of May every year celebrates peace and unity in Europe. At “IES Cerro del Viento” our History and Geography Department has been working on different aspects of the topic. Students from 2nd ESO have created a UE map, studying the countries, flags, motto and anthem of the Union.  Our 3rd ESO students have studied the EU institutions that make cooperation possible. Finally, our 4th ESO students have made a timeline about our shared history since the singing of the “Schuman Declaration” on 9 May 1950 to today. Europe Day is a day to celebrate peace and unity throughout Europe. On this day, it is our collective duty to revitalize the European dream and re-invigorate European integration.

2022 is the first Mother Earth Day celebrated within the United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration. Ecosystems support all life on Earth. We need to move towards healthier ecosystems. Restoring our damaged ecosystems will help to end poverty, combat climate change and prevent mass extinction. But we will only succeed if everyone plays a part.

For this International Mother Earth Day, let's remind ourselves - more than ever - that we need a shift to a more sustainable economy that works for both people and the planet. Let’s promote harmony with nature and the Earth. Join the global movement to restore our world!








At IES Cerro del Viento our Bilingual community has been working on different aspects to raise awareness on the importance of restoring and protecting sustainable ecosystems, taking a closer look at our territory. 

 Biology bilingual teachers and students of 1ºESO have been working on this topic and have prepared the exposition “Earth Day2022, endangered species in Andalucía”

 Students have worked on research about endangered animals in Andalusia, mostly aquatic ones, to show how important the protection and preservation of our environment is for a sustainable future.

 Groups of students have made creative mock-ups of invertebrates naming the main parts of  body structures of different species  such as jellyfish, octopus, sponges, worms, crustaceans, insects The exposition will be visited by students and content will be shared on awareness campaigns at school and will be shared on our eTwinning ProjectResearch and Conservation of Biodiversity and Climate”

A big thank you  to the Bilingual section of our Biology and Geology Department teachers Elisa  Montero and Julia Rodríguez  as well as to our students  Angela, Chiara, María, Ana and  other collaborators