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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,

17:40

Local

Vélez-Málaga town hall reveals plans to plant 1,000 new trees

Jennie Rhodes

Vélez-Málaga town hall last week unveiled a new environment plan which aims to plant over 1,000 trees in the town this decade. Under the slogan 'One Child, One Tree' the town hall and local schools aim to have planted 165 trees by the end of

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.

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

Rachel Haynes

After 30 years working in Spain, 16 years on the executive committee of Nabss (the National Association of British Schools in Spain), and four years as president, Adrian Massam, shared his experience as keynote speaker at the BCC event on Thursday. ... 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 ... creative learning styles, it's hands-on, practical and children enjoy it." Another factor is that British qualifications have such a strong international recognition, he explained. In fact, when the crisis hit in Spain, he said, the British schools not

15:14

Local

Junta gives authorisation for archers to rid urban areas of wild boar

I. Lillo / H. Barbotta

...council is waiting for more details before making a decision. The appearance of wild boar in urban areas has become a growing problem in areas such as Xarblanca in Marbella, where they have been seen in the vicinity of schools and children's parks, as

13:34

Gibraltar

Entries invited for competition for young local artists

Debbie Bartlett

Entries are invited from Gibraltar residents attending years 9 to 13 in local schools or local artists aged up to 24 for the Annual Art Competition for Young Artists. The closing date is 6pm on 14 February. Entries must be original and