Thursday, November 14, 2019

Competition hots up for international school places

Local children now account for 80% of places in multilingual schools

Students launch further strike action against education cuts

The Students' Union demands that people join them and stand up in the defence of public education

Granada University ONLY Spanish uni to make world top 50

The IT and Communications department of Granada University jumped from coming 101st in 2012 to 42nd place in Shanghai's latest rankings

Spain’s new favourite export to the US… teachers!

Oklahoma is recruiting Spanish staff

What a novel idea!

Do you feel like you don’t fit in? Here’s a collection of our favourite books to help outsiders understand themselves

Back to school in Malaga

Junta de Andalucia has injected €1.16 million of structural improvements across 39 schools

Huge rise in US students to Spanish language schools

A favourable exchange rate has led to a rise in US applicants

Chess to become compulsory in Spanish schools

The country’s education board has decided to work it into the curriculum

OPX writing competition runners-up

Elena Peel and Jasper Kettell's accounts of Cadiz and Via Verdes

Broke student brings Spanish caravan back to Britain to live in

Kingston University student drives mobile home back to UK to save money

Less is more when it comes to class sizes

Writes Emma-Maria Robertson, Director of Mayfair International Academy

A school for Gibraltar

Preparations underway and registrations pour in for the Rock's first mixed gender secondary school

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

Quarter of Spanish people believe the Sun orbits the Earth

30% think that humans once lived alongside dinosaurs, according to the latest Social Perception of Science survey

School book accused of airbrushing Franco’s rule

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

Robots take over Spanish classrooms

Robots may be the new frontier for programming education

Testing times for UK examiners

Students in Britain may have their papers marked in Spain

Group of UK teenagers funded for six-week Sevilla experience

Students from Bath College to spend six weeks in Sevilla

How to keep pests off your lunch in Spain

Want a good way to stop wasps from ruining your lunch? Try this, writes Wendy Andersen

Banderas brothers offer students once in a lifetime trip abroad

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

San Roque’s Cameron International school to hold open day

The school offers foundation years 1 and 2 to three-five year olds and primary school education to five-12 year olds

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

Excess demand for language classes in Malaga

11,647 people appled for courses in 11 different languages

Private education is ‘corrosive’ to UK society, claims Clegg

Deputy Prime Minister claims massive gap between state and private schools is damaging the economy

Spanish children encouraged to cycle to school

Biker generation

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