Friday, August 14, 2020

Marbella Design Academy opens doors to public

Do you dream of being a designer?

Scientists baffled by religious education curriculum

Spain: where your divine interpretation of the cosmos can affect your grades

Madrid’s muggles go crazy for wizard sport Quidditch

Widely played across the pond, is the wizarding sport set to soar in Europe too?

Close encounters of the BSM kind

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

Grounding children is a thing of the past

iPad or Kindle bans look to be enforced instead

Canadian university offers course on Cristiano Ronaldo

Fourth year sociology students will get the chance to take a closer look at the Real Madrid striker

Spain embraces healthier school dinners

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

Less is more when it comes to class sizes

Writes Emma-Maria Robertson, Director of Mayfair International Academy

Stand and deliver!

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

20 years of success at Marbella Design Academy!

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

Get educated: The Olive Press guide to schooling in Spain

Choosing the right schools for your kids can be a problem of algebraic proportions for parents newly-arrived on the Costa del Sol. Imogen Calderwood has the facts to help you tick all the right boxes

Calpe International School: A class act

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

First for beauty

Marbella Beauty Academy are going from strength to strength

Swans talent show stuns audience

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

Speaking to the world

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

British School of Marbella to expand to new campus

The British School of Marbella is looking to the future, with a new home planned on the former greens of Monte Paraiso golf course, writes Jacqueline Fanchini

Never too young for democracy at Swans

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

Swans stands up against bullying

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

Benalmadena International College sports centre in final stage

The sports complex will be ready in time for September

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

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

New walk to school scheme in Mijas

Mijas Town Hall encourages youngsters to walk to school

Spanish below average for speaking foreign languages

The average European Union citizen of working age speaks three languages

Madrid and Barcelona dominate university rankings

New world university rankings put Barcelona and Madrid top of the class in Spain

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

Only 47% thought that working hard was important for success

Children at British School of Marbella celebrate Diwali

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