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14:39

Local

Government lays out its back-to-school plan for all pupils in September

ALFONSO TORICES

...metres apart and wear masks in classes of up to 20. Bakc-to-school dates The Andalusian Education authority approved the dates for the coming school year this week. In the province of Malaga primary schools start back on 10 September and secondary ... schools and professional training colleges begin on 15 September

17:58

What to do

Performing and creative arts take centre stage in Torremolinos

Tony Bryant

...includes open-air cinema, dance shows, street theatre and children's puppet shows. This year, the open-air cinema sessions will be moved from the beach to the playgrounds of the town's schools to ensure that the distances and limitations of capacity are

16:00

Opinion

Disconnected villages

IGNACIO LILLO

...beating around the bush with proposals, which are almost always costly for the public coffers, to try to persuade the existing population to stay in the town or village and to stop the schools from closing. There are the ridiculous "baby cheques" (as if

17:09

Local

Overcrowding in Mijas schools forces parents to take action

Tony Bryant

Parents' associations from several schools in Mijas have come together to organise a march to raise awareness of the growing problem of overcrowding in their schools. The action was organised after a letter was sent out by AMPA El Torreón, the

16:37

Gibraltar

Staff at three Gibraltar schools accredited as Climate Change teachers

Debbie Bartlett

Seven teachers at Bayside, Westside and St Bernard's Upper Primary schools have now been accredited as Climate Change teachers. The course includes topics such as climate change science, gender and the environment, children and climate change,

14:07

Gibraltar

Gibraltar government advises residents not to travel to Spain

Debbie Bartlett

...issued by the Commander British Forces Gibraltar. At present, all schools in Gibraltar remain open. The government has taken advice from Public Health professionals and it is deemed safer to keep children in school and away from other public spaces and

18:19

Local

New technologies allow students to keep learning during the lockdown

Jennie Rhodes

...teach and learn at 1,213 public and subsidised schools. Add to that more than 35,000 students at the university or Malaga, as well as thousands more pupils and teachers in private schools and colleges. Thousands of exams cancelled for the ... foreseeable future Across the sector, teachers and other education professionals have adopted methods and learned how to use online technologies to continue to teach their students. Schools are using online platforms such as Google Classrooms to upload ... was already heading towards a more technologically based approach but it is still generally lacking in schools." She explained that she and her colleagues spent "all weekend" setting up classes for the start of the school week. This was also the case

16:40

Education

Recruitment is the main concern of schools ahead of Brexit

R. HAYNES / I. GELIBTER

The uncertainty of the approaching exit of the UK from the EU is a problem that is also raising concerns among British schools in Spain. Adrian Massam, president of the Nabss executive committee, said that there were two areas of concern. The ... no one knows when or whether this will be signed. "The association of British Schools in Spain has suggested to the authorities and to the embassies that it would be in lots of people's interest to have an easy route which could be reciprocal," ... that we are near the deadline and we ought to know more." Another area of concern is whether students from British schools will still be able to use their British qualifications to access Spanish universities. "There is currently a very simple route

14:14

Gibraltar

Safety concerns are raised at new comprehensive schools in Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

There have been calls from the Teachers Union, opposition politicians and students themselves on social media to delay the start of the school year in Gibraltar's two new comprehensive schools, due to concerns that there is a rush to get them ready ... necessary. They describe the two incidents as very minor and the problems have been resolved, and say the brand new schools are safe and will be ready on time.