It is a truth universally known that a person who knows British traditions, from  3 p.m to 5 p.m, must be in want of a cup of tea.


Traditional afternoon tea consists of a selection of dainty sandwiches (including of course thinly sliced cucumber sandwiches), scones served with clotted cream and preserves. Cakes and pastries are also served. 
Scanning its shape, colours, smell and connecting them with previous knowledge and Nature, we have wondered about their origin, discovering that COMES FROM CHINA!!
To be aware of the best of the afternoon tea tradition, there is nothing better than stepping inside and living the experience as the British do.



Introducing children to the culture and traditions of the country we have been inquiring about, our dear Dolphins have had the chance of experiencing, exploring and discovering new flavours, taking the risk, reasoning with evidence and expressing their emotions about the most quintessential of English customs 



…because tea to the English is really a picnic indoors, we enjoyed together this wonderful custom at 4 o’clock!!



Sometimes all you need is a good cup of tea…and this adventure begins with one, two or three…

Tea is always a good idea!