Friday, October 22, 2021

Education

Spain named number two in the world for students studying abroad

The inaugural Best Countries rankings from U.S. News & World Report were unveiled at the World Economic Forum at Davos in January

School book accused of airbrushing Franco’s rule

The children's history book brushes over the real details of Spain's civil war

Learn how to protect the environment at new Ojen eco reserve

The Eco Reserva above Ojen is a wildlife oasis where all ages can get up close to deer and other woodland creatures while learning about the environment and sustainability

Manchester United’s Ander Herrera visits his Spanish primary school

The 25-year-old midfielder posted pictures of himself with the class of 2015 on Instagram

Spanish teachers not properly assessed following qualification says report

Spain is one of the only a handful of advanced countries that doesn’t regularly assess its teachers

First for beauty

Marbella Beauty Academy are going from strength to strength

Religious education to be stripped of its academic value in Spain

RELIGIOUS education is to be stripped of its academic value under Spain’s new education chief, Isabel Celaa. Announcing the reform, the Minister said RE would...

EXPLAINED: Will students have to wear masks for the entire school day in Spain’s Andalucia?

Experts warn that ‘children cannot be expected to wear masks of any kind for the duration of a school day' and that 'at some point, the mask has to come off'

Hey, big(ish) spenders!

Spanish schools are above OECD averages when it comes to school spending... and even beat the UK

Spain’s Andalucia to hire 6,300 extra teachers for next school year

Additionally, 1,600 cleaners will be employed to cover the disinfection tasks of the schools

Mysterious millionaire donates €1 million to the University of Castilla-La Mancha to help in the fight against coronavirus

A MYSTERIOUS millionaire has donated €1 million to the University of Castilla-La Mancha to buy robots that test for COVID-19.

South Americans aim for Spain

Around 20% of graduates from a world-leading business school based in Barcelona will be south American

When Should Drivers Use the Emergency Brake?

The extremely rare situation, nevertheless acutely critical, arises during a complete failure of the brake system. Modern cars are equipped with a dual-circuit brake...

Mind the gap

Swans pupil Guillermo Fernandez (year 13) on why taking a year out between school and university may not be the best idea

Expert on Spanish history passes away

A MUCH-LOVED expert on Spanish history whose work was banned by Franco has passed away. British historian Hugh Thomas, an associate of Margaret Thatcher,...

Graduates of prestigious music school in Valencia represent UK

In the first-ever graduating class of the music school's new campus, Brits make a solid showing

Excess demand for language classes in Malaga

11,647 people appled for courses in 11 different languages

Teachers will get COVID-19 training but only after new school year starts on Spain’s Costa Blanca

TEACHERS in Valencian Community schools are to be taught to identify COVID-19 symptoms amongst their students. The sessions though are scheduled to commence after next...

Erasmus students protest against funding cuts

Students vent fury at Erasmus grant cut on Twitter

Miguel Angel Jimenez to play in Butterfly event at Aloha Golf

The Spanish golfer will take part in a tournament to helps children with the incurable condition

Michelle Obama and daughters are coming to Spain

She will also be joined Meryl Streep in Morocco

SCHOOL’S NOT OUT: Fallas and Magdalena school holidays cancelled this year

THIS year’s Fallas and Magdalena fiestas in Valencia and Castellon will be normal school days. The Valencian government this week announced the cancellation of the...

What to do with the kids this summer…

Mother-of-three Wendy Andersen gives tips on surviving the long, hot Andalucian summer

Schoolgirl’s lunchtime blog causes controversy

Martha Payne's blog has become immensely popular despite causing tensions within her local council

Spanish students protest over university degree reforms

Reforms will see undergraduate degrees cut to three years

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