Carnival in Spain is an old festive celebration documented since the Middle Ages and with a rich personality of its own since the Renaissance that has been collected in Spanish literature and other arts located in the different villages of our territory.
This course, at school we have dressed up as superheroes !!!!! 🦸♂️ 🦸♀️
We raise awareness about the importance of caring for the environment and recycling
and held different creative workshops.
. The “Burials” generally consist of a carnival parade that parodies a funeral procession and culminates with the burning of a symbolic figure, usually a representation of a sardine. The “Burial of the Sardine” is celebrated on Ash Wednesday and is a symbolical burial of the past to allow society to be reborn, transformed and with new vigour.
Many Spanish festivals end with ceremonies in which a symbol representing the excesses of the festival is burned or destroyed — although some have been lost, others have been revived. Similar celebrations include the “Fiesta del Judas”, the “Judas Party” (la quema del haragán), and the “Burning of the Raspajo” (la quema del raspajo).The burning of an effigy represents a regeneration and liberation — the passage of the symbol through the fire represents a purging of the vices and a restoration of the order temporarily subverted during the festival; in ceremonies of symbolical burial, the theme is one of reflection.