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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 ... Erasmus+ programme, was held at Penair School, a secondary school in Truro. Erasmus students at Tintagel castle.SUR Over two years IES Huelin is taking part in a project entitled “More than the sum of its parts - Our diverse cultural heritage as ... history steeped in both legend and folklore. They also visited the towns of St Ives and Falmouth, mainly to explore their fishing and maritime cultural heritage. A Ceilidh evening with the “Smash the Windows” band was hosted by Penair School, where all

16:10

Local

Student instigates change in Torremolinos school's environmental policy

Tony Bryant

An eight-year-old student at Sunny View School in Torremolinos has seen an idea she proposed to benefit the environment transform into a school policy change. Martina Ruiz Quesada and her Year 3 classmates had been learning about pollution and ... the devastating impact of plastic in the oceans. On average, the school used around 13,000 plastic water bottles each year, so their teacher asked them to submit ideas for reducing the use of plastic. Martina had observed that during lunch in the ... school cafeteria water was served to the children from 1.5-litre single-use plastic water bottles. Martina proposed switching to paper-based cartons of water rather than plastic bottles, while also suggesting the implementation of reusable water jugs for

13:03

Education

Opticians recommend eye tests as part of back-to-school routine for children

SUR IN ENGLISH

As the new school year gets under way, opticians are emphasising the importance of regular eye tests. Experts are urging parents to take their children to a professional in order to check that their vision is not hindering their progress at school ... statistics from charity ONCE suggest that one in every four children suffers from an undetected problem with their vision which could have a resultant effect on their development at school. The sooner such issues are detected, the better the outcome.

17:12

LifeStyle

"If you're looking for fame and fortune, don't choose jazz as a career"

REGINA SOTORRÍO / RACHEL HAYNES

...anything's missing - I think old people have to listen with different ears now, that's all. You pass your experience on to youngsters at the Julliard School of Music in New York. What advice do you give them about following a career in jazz? I think the

14:38

Local

Marbella plays host to first underwater and space tourism summit

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

Tourism nowadays is no longer just about exploring new horizons on the Earth's surface. The latest frontiers to be explored were brought into focus in Marbella on Monday and Tuesday as Les Roches hospitality school hosted the first ever Space &

14:02

Opinion

The early morning pain

Peter Edgerton

A paedatrician going by the rather marvellous name of Gonzalo Pin claims that bucketloads of Spanish children are in a permanent state of jet lag. This, asserts Señor Pin, is because the little tykes are obliged to start their school day at 8am and ... days, this state of affairs doesn't make much sense and can't be very healthy. When I was at school back in the Middle Ages, my teachers thought I had a particular gift for languages and mathematics which was considered to be a very odd combination of ... very often, primary school children begin their finger painting or terrible singing or whatever it is they do at 9am but when they reach secondary school age, they're obliged to begin at eight. That's right, just before their teenage body clocks begin

11:25

LifeStyle

Classmates walk for Chloe in Marbella

SUR IN ENGLISH

Eleven-year-old Chloe, from Marbella, suffers from a rare degenerative disease, and tragically paralysis is, at present, her predicted fate. In solidarity with Chloe's cause, fellow students at Marbella Montessori School will be walking from San

15:19

Opinion

Candy floss

Jennie Rhodes

...for five weeks, as a "candy floss of outrage". He went on to deftly point out that it was coming from "people who never wanted to leave the EU". No shit Sherlock. So while the anti-Brexit candy floss is outraged, it would seem the old school ties ... But are we up against a network of Brexiteers, with the old school ties hardwired into their brains? A few years ago the Guardian newspaper ran an article about the effect elite boarding schools have on leaders, in which a psychotherapist was quoted as

23:06

Local

Axarquía to be home to international flight school

Eugenio Cabezas

Vélez-Málaga mayor Antonio Ferrer along with councillor María Santana, signed a contract with the company Axarquía Aviation Park on Tuesday which paves the way for a flight school in the Axarquía. The town hall sold a plot of land at the Parque