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10:46

Education

Benalmádena school, pioneers in sustainable development

JUAN SOTO

Torrequebrada can officially teach both students and teachers about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations which aims to eradicate poverty, guarantee a healthy life, a quality education and equal opportunities for all. This distinction

16:33

LifeStyle

"We go to bed with someone as if we were about to sit an exam"

Ángel Escalera

...are, need to introduce sex education at school. If we want society to have sexual health, it is necessary for pornography to be deconstructed. Is there an ideal age to start having sex? I don't really like giving an opinion, but the data is what it ... the Japanese and robotics are working miracles. Are we at the doors of a sexual dystopia? Bearing in mind that there is no sex education in schools, if we continue generating fear about failing at sex, the future is the robot. Because the robot is ... compliant. I fear that we are heading down that path. What influence does religious education have on sexuality? The people with the greatest desire are agnostics. Among Christians, it is the non-practising catholics. The cognitive part shuts down if sex

12:08

Education

Malaga school travels to Cornwall to compare traditions and folklore

SUR in ENglish

Four students and two teachers from Huelin secondary school in Malaga visited Cornwall, England, at the end of October to meet and work with partners from Finland, Italy, Croatia and Germany. The week-long event, which was part of an EU-funded Erasmu

16:39

Education

British education in Spain still a benchmark despite uncertainty

Daryl Finch

Representatives across the education spectrum delivered their verdict on the state of British education in Spain at a seminar organised by the British Chamber of Commerce in Malaga on Thursday morning. Despite the uncertainty over Brexit, there ... was consensus overall: a British education is still very highly valued in Spain. As president of the Nabss (National Association of British Schools in Spain) executive committee and keynote speaker, Adrian Massam, explained: "There are 128 schools with ... Overseas, explained, "Just adding the word 'British' is reputationally good," describing a British education as "the golden standard" around the world. This is because not only is English "the dominant language of the internet, pop music and more", the

15:37

Education

British universities to showcase their wares at Malaga study fair

SUR IN ENGLISH

Students considering the option of taking a degree course at a British university will find all the information they need under one roof in Malaga next week. Representatives from around 30 universities will be taking part in the Study UK fair organ

16:40

Education

Recruitment is the main concern of schools ahead of Brexit

R. HAYNES / I. GELIBTER

...said Massam. The lack of a firm promise of an agreement concerns Víctor Ranea, business manager at Aloha College in Marbella. "No one can tell us anything. We're living in a tense calm as we understand that no one wants to lose British education ... "Apart from the legal synergies between the EU member countries, the recognition of studies is covered by bilateral agreements on education, so a possible 'hard' Brexit shouldn't affect it," said the school's head of Spanish Raúl Rico. Meanwhile Adrian

16:39

Education

"British schools have established themselves as a strong, reliable and attractive option in Spain"

Rachel Haynes

Speaking to SUR in English prior to the event, Massam, who is head teacher at Morna International College in Ibiza, explained the main reasons why he thinks British education is so successful in Spain. "The first attraction is that families want their ... children's education to be delivered in English," he said, pointing out that more than half of pupils at British schools in Spain come from Spanish families. Secondly they like the style of education: "The British education system lends itself to some very ... strong, reliable and attractive option within the private education system in Spain", with parents focusing on reputation in their school choice. To keep the standards high and maintain that reputation, the schools have to be inspected and this is one of