Queen Letizia Opened 2021/2022 Academic Year


Queen Letizia of Spain chose a monochrome style for School year opening in Zaragoza
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Queen Letizia of Spain, today, opened the Academic year 2021/2022 at the publicly-owned Center for Early Childhood and Primary Education “Odón de Buen”, and at the Institute of Secondary Education “Gallicum”, in the Zaragoza town of Zuera.

The opening of the school year is an annual event of Letizia's Royal calendar
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The opening of the school year is an annual event of Letizia’s Royal calendar. Every year she visits a town to open the school year and tour the school facilities in September. A look at 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 visits.

Letizia began her day with a visit to CEIP Odón de Buen
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Letizia began her day with a visit to CEIP Odón de Buen in the schoolyard. In the building, she visited various academic and non-curricular facilities i.e. psychomotor and multisensory stimulation rooms, libraries etc.

Letizia received a very warm welcome from the public outside the
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The Queen received a very warm welcome from the public outside the “Odón de Buen” school.

Queen Letizia visited Zaragoza to open School year
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The CEIP Odón de Buen is a public Early Childhood and Primary Education Center, which currently teaches Early Childhood Education to infants and primary stage students up to the age of 5. Letizia met with the school staff and heard about the various teaching techniques school uses to enhance the practical, social and emotional intelligence of its students.

Queen Letizia visited Zaragoza to open School year
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She spent time with little ones in the playground and classrooms.

Queen Letizia visited Zaragoza to open School year at IES Gallicum
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The next stop was the IES Gallicum – a public Secondary Education Institute located in the Bajo Gállego region.  The school offers ESO, Baccalaureate and Educational Cycles to the students of Zuera (CP “Odón de Buen”) and San Mateo de Gállego (CP “Galo Ponte”) and students from the town of Ontinar de Salz.

Queen Letizia with students at IES Gallicum
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The Queen toured the various classrooms and sports facilities at the school. The staff and students were excited to meet and greet The Queen and Letizia did not disappoint them.

Queen Letizia chose white and blue style for school opening in Zaragoza
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A brief meeting with the school staff was held at the IES Gallicum.

Queen Letizia with students at IES Gallicum
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At both stops, Letizia unveiled a commemorative plaque marking the visit.

A video of the day.

Queen Letizia chose white and blue style for school opening in Zaragoza
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For the day, Queen Letizia chose a chic monochrome style.

Queen Letizia was wearing a white Adolfo Dominguez short sleeve Cold Shoulder top
Adolfo Dominguez short sleeve Cold Shoulder top

Letizia was wearing a white Adolfo Dominguez short sleeve Cold Shoulder top that she debuted in April 2017 during a Canary Island visit.

Queen Letizia was wearing a white Adolfo Dominguez short sleeve Cold Shoulder top
Adolfo Dominguez short sleeve Cold Shoulder top

The top features a mandarin style collar, front keyhole opening and slits on the shoulder.

Queen Letizia was wearing HugoBoss Wide Leg Pants
Hugo Boss Wide Leg Pants

Letizia teamed it up with her Hugo Boss High-Waist Wide-Leg Pants debuted in 2018 at the Easter Sunday Mass.

The new element of Queen Letizia Style was Castaner Carina Navy Wedges
Castaner Carina Navy Wedges

The new element of Queen Letizia Style was Castaner Carina Navy Wedges. Thanks to Nuria on Twitter for the id. The €120 wedges are made of cotton canvas and feature a jute sole with lace ribbon fastening. They are currently on sale for €108.

Queen Letizia wore gold bamboo hoop earrings
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Letizia finished the look with her bamboo hoops and

Queen Letizia wore Karen Hallam Signature Ring
Karen Hallam Signature Ring

Karen Hallam ring.

Queen Letizia Opened 2021/2022 Academic Year

Next, we will see Letizia on Friday when she will open the 80th edition of the Madrid book fair.


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