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Gibraltar College offers students new course to learn about fast-growing multiplayer gaming market

A NEW course at Gibraltar college hopes to propel young people interested in developing multiplayer video games into the fast-growing global industry. The first batch...

ELECTION 2023: GSLP/Liberals want to upgrade more school buildings and give mental health support to teachers

THE GSLP/Liberal coalition has vowed to continue its ‘education revolution’ in Gibraltar by giving St Joseph’s School a facelift if they are elected into...

Teacher, parents and children in awe as three new schools open in Gibraltar marking £160 million investment

GIBRALTAR’S government has this week opened three new school buildings, part of a £160 million project that has provided ten new schools in 12...

New acting course at Gibraltar College will gear up students for university studies, government says

AN ACTING course that will have the same academic value as an A-level will launch at the Gibraltar College in partnership with a local...

Students will need to wait until 16-years-old to leave school in Gibraltar, new law passed in parliament says

STUDENTS will now have to wait until they are 16-years-old to leave school, under changes to the law passed in Gibraltar’s parliament Thursday. The Gibraltar...

New headteacher of Gibraltar’s 1300-pupil Westside School takes over from retiring veteran

THE new headteacher of Gibraltar’s Westside School pledged to ‘provide a nurturing environment’ for its 1300-plus pupils as she took over from her long-serving...

Summer sports programme in Gibraltar starts early as three schools change end of term dates

THE government’s summer sports programme for children will start early in Gibraltar after three local schools announced they would close their doors sooner than...

UK’s Young Shakespeare Company puts on ‘Hamlet’ for over 2,500 students from Gibraltar schools

THE Young Shakespeare Company kept over 2,500 students from Gibraltar’s upper primary and secondary school on the edge of their seats last week. The UK...

Gibraltar Year 12 student wins prize for her creative writing in competition with three other countries

AN A-LEVEL student from Westside School won a trophy for her storytelling skills after local judge Jonathan Pizzaro praised her ‘strong sense of place’. Angelina...

Gibraltar university partners with ferry company FRS to train staff and give students job placements

GIBRALTAR’S university has signed a deal with a major ferry company to train professionals and put its maritime academy students on job placements. The partnership...

Gibraltar University meets with shipping heads in Morocco to discuss further training links

THE University of Gibraltar is firming up ties with Morocco’s shipping industry to start working together on training opportunities. The latest links follow the success...

Young people boost writing and illustrating skills at Gibraltar workshop led by UK experts

A UK author, illustrator and publisher led a course to boost 40 children’s creative skills in Gibraltar during the mid-term break. Accord Literary and The...

Gibraltar’s answer to TED talks, Gibtalks, offers this weekend 17 speakers from diverse areas of life

GIBTALKS, Gibraltar’s version of the globally popular TED talks will be held over this coming weekend at John Mackintosh Hall with 17 local speakers. The...

Police in Gibraltar undergo training to immediately inform teachers about violence children suffer at home

THE co-creators of a UK programme to train police officers and schoolteachers work together to help abuse children held workshops this week in Gibraltar. Minister...

UK charity runs school talks on how children can get off their smartphones in Gibraltar

THE head of UK national mental health charity will be visiting Gibraltar schools on Monday and Tuesday to talk about children’s addictions to their...

Volleyball smashes its way into school life after European body hails Gibraltar sports facilities

VOLLEYBALL could soon become a bigger part of Gibraltar’s education system, thanks to a deal signed with European and local bodies of the sport. The...

Fees for Gibraltar students in Wales to stay the same after Brexit

MINISTER John Cortes has been busy representing Gibraltar on the international scene while sat in his office on virtual meetings.

Senior students to mask up as more cases surface at Gibraltar schools

Masks will have to be worn much more in Gibraltar schools as nearly 100 staff and students were forced into self-isolation recently.

More elderly catch COVID-19 in Gibraltar as new school cases found

BAYSIDE school has been hit by three more cases of COVID-19 at once as the pandemic slowed down in Gibraltar.

COVID-19 hits highest numbers in Gibraltar as four schools report cases

POSITIVE cases was reported at the Notre Dame Lower Primary, St Anne’s Upper Primary, Bayside and Westside schools.

New COVID-19 case at Gibraltar school sends 20 into self-isolation

ANOTHER case of COVID-19 has been found at at a Gibraltar school as numbers continued to rise on the Rock to 49 in latest figures.

Westside School class sent home after COVID-19 case found in Gibraltar

A WHOLE class at Westside School has gone into self-isolation after one of its students caught COVID-19 and contact tracers moved in.

COVID-19 breakout at Gibraltar school raises alarm as cases grow in Spain

A YEAR 2 teacher and child from St Bernard’s Primary School have tested positive to COVID-19 leading to self-isolation and online lesssons.

Children over 11 ‘should’ wear masks indoors at Gibraltar schools

THE Government has defended itself from the criticism of Opposition parties for not protecting children enough at school as they reopened.

Schools WILL reopen for all Gibraltar pupils in September

THE start of the school year will go-ahead as normal on September 1 except with special COVID-19 measures being introduced at all levels.

Early dyslexia diagnosis could help children with the condition get help faster, says Gibraltar support group

Young children could be tested as early as six-years-old with informative courses now available online for educators as part of Dyslexia Pledge.




Spain sees hottest start to October since 1950 with highs of 38.2C: Summer temperatures to continue this week

SPAIN’S National Weather Agency (Aemet) has recorded October’s highest ever temperatures with many areas of Southern Spain reaching over 37C over the weekend.  Cordoba took...

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