The educational community of IES Felipe II held this week, coinciding with the feast of St. Thomas Aquinas, a cultural week by commemorating the tenth anniversary of the center.
Activities have been planned in relation to the monarch that names the school.
The mayor of Mazarrón, Alicia Jimenez, wanted to accompany teachers and students on the first day of an extensive program of events which began with the opening of the window that students have developed Cycle business.
Students have reflected the fashion of the time, where a bust of King black dress, fashionable color that prevailed in court, as a symbol of class and elegance is appreciated and also the totally dark fabric was very difficult to obtain, as he pointed Professor Elisabeth Ibanez.
Andres Pina, director of IES Felipe II, wanted to highlight the efforts already undertaken by various departments of the center to adapt their materials to the historic character of Philip II.
As a result, it offers a variety of options from historical lessons themed English and French at the time of the monarch who also was from England and Ireland talks.
Other activities have a point as the master plastic painting class led by local painter Thomas Raja and has been held in Town Hall.
Alicia Jimenez congratulated the faculty center for the implementation of this Cultural Week and encouraged students to follow with interest the activities that bring them more knowledge about the culture of the town.
Jimenez has extended his congratulations on the tenth anniversary of the center, an institute that has reminded, was built and launched by a government team that took part in a previous term.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón