Saturday, 16 December, 2017

Education

Ashley Bolton and Wendy Williams take a look at the rise of private education in southern Spain and explore its advantages over local state schools

Stagecoach Spain - where tomorrow’s stars graduate with a ring of confidence

A decade of reforms has seen Spain's school dinners embrace a healthier way of life

Students from Swans put on an impressive performance during their talent show at the Little Swans Theatre

A multilingual education is the ticket to business success, writes Chris French, Head of Business and Economics at Swans International School

iPad or Kindle bans look to be enforced instead

Writes Emma-Maria Robertson, Director of Mayfair International Academy

In its anniversary year, Marbella Design Academy is bigger, better and more glamorous than ever before

Headteacher Fiona Jacobs shares what makes Almunecar International School special as it celebrates 25 years

Calpe School has a gold-star reputation on the coast. Rob Horgan went back to the classroom to learn why

Head boys and girls, prefects and house captains are integral from Year 5

A series of weird and wonderful events herald the new school year

The sports complex will be ready in time for September

Marbella Beauty Academy are going from strength to strength

Antonio Banderas and his brother have donated €75,000 to the University of Malaga to provide grants for overseas study

Swans put in a lot of work to highlight and fight against school bullying in 2014 and looks to continue doing so in 2015

Frances Leate talks to four sets of expat parents, each of whom have chosen a different education route for their children on moving to Spain

No other form of art has ever divided people so strongly

English TEFL teachers are bucking the trend finding plenty of work in the heart of the recession

Spain has highest drop-out rate in the EU for the third year in a row, according to new report

One boy thought a bit outside the box and went dressed as superman

Headmistress Sian Kirkham is thrilled to be back for the new term

Too much time spent on video games could lead to young people growing up to be agressive adults

Only 47% thought that working hard was important for success

The Catalan school system has raised some 10 million Catalan speakers

The farmer's daughter is currently completing a biotechnology degree

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