Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Expat teen scoops Spanish writing prize

Chloe Madison Grubb won first prize in Coca Cola short story contest

Buzz in the air at British School of Marbella

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

Expat author goes back to school in Spain

High school pupils in Nerja have made an expat's book the object of study

Bittersweet victory for OPX writing competiton winner

It was a classic mistake that any newcomer to Spain could have easily made

Expat writer Joan Fallon delivers latest instalment of hit book series ‘al-Andalus’

Ring of Flames is the exciting conclusion to Fallon’s al-Andalus trilogy delves into Spain’s Moorish roots in Cordoba.

University of Salamanca voted second most beautiful in Europe

Among the attributes of Salamanca’s university, which was opened in 1134, THE noted that the college library had a special attraction to help students.

Educating the world

International Development Specialist Brad L. Brasseur reports on the battle to bridge an education gap that is condemning third world citizens to a life sentence of poverty

COVID-19: Spain reveals new guidelines for schools as children to return in September

THE Spanish Government has revealed new guidelines for schools when children go back to classes in September. Education chiefs...

Junta in desperate plea for emergency teachers as classroom crisis worsens

The Junta has taken unprecedented action by issuing an emergency call via text and email for teachers - or anyone with a teaching qualification - to provide cover.

Children at British School of Marbella celebrate Diwali

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

UK education bottom of the class for ‘neets’

White, working class men most likely to find themselves without work

Education more important than data protection, judge rules

Judge rules in favour of teacher who looked at a student's phone following a complaint he had shown explicit videos to a female pupil

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

Castilla-La Mancha invests bullfighting money into school books

The funds from the cancelled festival will go to buying schoolbooks for unemployed families

Top of his class

School director Julio Morales has been awarded the Entrepreneur of the Year 2015

Good education more crucial to success than working hard, say Spaniards

Only 47% thought that working hard was important for success

Celebrating 25 years of ‘roots and wings’ at Almunecar International School

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

Summer boost for low income Axarquia families

A programme organised by the Velez-Malaga Red Cross and La Caixa helps these children excel academically

REVEALED: Spain’s cities rank higher than London in world’s top 50 ‘most liveable’

Both Spanish cities had identical scores for the first three categories, but Barcelona edged ahead with better health and infrastructure rankings than Madrid

Schoolgirl’s lunchtime blog causes controversy

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

Smart students in Spain rewarded with study grants

Andalucia Junta head Susana Diaz wants to give allowances to students who do well in their studies at public institutions in Spain.

Michelle Obama and daughters are coming to Spain

She will also be joined Meryl Streep in Morocco

Nerja’s bid for bilingual schooling

Bilingual education could be making its way to Nerja

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...

Spanish students protest over education law

The protests were called by the Students Union with the biggest marches taking place in Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia

The Princeton diaries

Undertaking an international training programme is great experience for future careers, explain two Princeton students, who recently summered with the Olive Press
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