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10:57

Education

Phoenix College, the only sixth form college in Andalusia

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A little bit of the UK in the very heart of Málaga. That’s what pupils will find at Phoenix College, the only sixth form college in Andalusia where they can finish off their secondary studies and prepare for entry to the best universities. ... Phoenix College opened during the last academic year and benefits from a team of teachers who each have more than 25 years of experience in the sector. James Riley, Kirsty Ridyard and Alex Mitchell, co-founders of the College, are graduates from Durham, ... Oxford and Trinity College Dublin Universities respectively and have created an academic curriculum which is especially aimed at preparing pupils for entry to the most prestigious universities both in the UK and in Spain or many other parts of the world.

10:41

LifeStyle

"Malaga needs twice as many physios"

Ángel Escalera

These days more and more people are needing physiotherapy but there is a serious lack of trained professionals employed by the health service in Malaga, says the president of the College of Physiotherapists of Andalucía, Juan Manuel Nieblas, in this ... a two-year mandate. Uprosama has members from 11 different professional colleges in the health field. What questions have arisen and achievements have there been since 23 September 2017, when you became president of the College of Physiotherapists? ... Andalucía at the moment? The College has 7,400 fee-paying members, of whom 1,450 are in Malaga province. How many more do you believe the health service in Malaga needs? In total we calculate that there ought to be at least 400, double the present

11:37

LifeStyle

Many reasons to be cheerful on the Costa

SUR IN ENGLISH

...mezzo-soprano; and guitarist Bruce Reynold performed, followed by Juliet and Ricky with songs from Chicago, Aspects of Love and Les Miserables. Phoenix College Opening celebrations Students and teachers came together in Malaga recently to celebrate the ... opening of Phoenix College. The centre is the first sixth form college of its kind on Spanish mainland and provides A-Level classes in subjects such as Applied Maths, Physics, Geography and Politics for students with a high level of English. Many of the ... students aspire to attend Cambridge, Oxford or other British universities when they finish school and the college is an official UCAS centre for the application process. La Cala de Mijas Lions Christmas fair La Cala de Mijas Lions recently held a

16:58

LifeStyle

British school celebrates 50th anniversary

Tony Bryant

St Anthony's College, the first British school to open on the Costa del Sol, celebrated its fiftieth anniversary last weekend. The milestone event was marked with a special open day where teachers, former and current students, and parents came ... children. A speech was given by the school's owner, David Noble, during which he praised the foresight of the college's founder, Patricia Goold, a music teacher, who, after moving to Spain, saw that there was a demand for British education on the Costa del ... the school's needs. St Anthony's continued to grow and moved once more in 1981, to Avenida Acapulco in Los Boliches, and then in 1994, to its current location in Mijas Costa. The college has undergone many modifications over the years, including the

12:32

Sport

Double international success for Aloha College

Daryl Finch

Aloha College U18 boys' and girls' football teams returned victorious from their international debut at the eighth International Schools Algarve (ISA) tournament, held in Vilamoura, Portugal. The girls' team won their final 2-1 against the

12:40

Local

American College opens new premises in La Alzambra

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The American College in Spain officially opened its new Marbella site on Wednesday in the La Alzambra area, near Puerto Banús. Mayor of Marbella, Ángeles Muñoz, attended the event and toured the facilities, accompanied by director, Melissa Butler ... and other dignitaries. Until now the college has been based at the nearby Manolo Santana tennis club. During the opening, staff described details of the American academic programme they follow in partnership with the University of Nebraska. The ... mayor thanked the college for its commitment to Marbella. The American College in Spain has been on the Costa del Sol for five years.

12:14

LifeStyle

No date set yet for reopening of top catering college's restaurant

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

There is still no date for the reopening of the public restaurant at the La Cónsula catering and hospitality college in Churriana, near Malaga. The top training facility, which has launched the careers of many well-known local chefs, is waiting for ... the Junta de Andalucía to approve the prices it wants to charge diners. In the meantime the students are cooking and serving dishes for each other. This is the second academic year that the public restaurant has been closed since the college itself ... matters and legal reports” are still missing. The proposal to reopen the restaurant was first sent to the Junta, which is responsible the college, in October. It would open Monday to Thursday for lunch.

16:45

LifeStyle

Aloha College pupils run for Cudeca

Primary and secondary children from Aloha College, along with parents and teachers, recently took part in their annual Charity Run to support Cudeca Cancer Care Hospice. This year they raised a total of 2,300 euros, which will go towards Cudeca’s