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20:14

What to do

Picasso and friends move into Vélez-Málaga's contemporary arts centre

Jennie Rhodes

An exhibition showing 52 works of art by Picasso, his friends and teachers (Picasso, Amigos y Maestros) opened last week at Vélez-Málaga's contemporary arts centre (CAC). As well as 19 paintings, ceramics and lithographs by the artist himself, the ... room four is given over the masters that acted as teachers to Picasso. Until 23 November the opening times are subject to the current restrictions. From Tuesday to Friday it is open from 9am to 3pm and on Saturday and Sunday it is open from 9am to

13:20

Local

Hundreds of girls are at risk of genital mutilation in Malaga province

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN / JUAN CANO

...the protocol is to widen the networks for detecting cases of FGM. "Teachers can help us to detect these situations, because they may spot that these girls find it uncomfortable to sit down, or to urinate, or they may seem sad after a trip to their

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,

12:10

Education

Education authority outlines Covid-19 measures for schools from September

JUAN SOTO

Teachers will have to make sure that children from one class do not mix with another when schools start to go back in Andalucía from 10 September. All schools controlled by the Andalusian Education authority will have a designated Covid-19 ... coordinator overseeing measures and alerting of possible cases. However the headteachers' association has said it is worried that too much responsibility for overseeing rules is being given to teachers. In the new guidelines from the regional government, ... impossible to do so. Teachers will also be asked to take more subjects with the same group to avoid too many changeovers. If positive coronavirus cases are found, the education authority can lock down one or more classes, with lessons carrying on remotely

13:48

Travel

Wellness in Andalucía, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

Wellbeing travel looks set to become more popular than ever; and you don't need to go far for a relaxing, nurturing, and even enlightening break as Andalucía is home to a wealth of retreat centres, wellness hotels and yoga teachers. Retreats ... magnificent sea views across to Gibraltar and North Africa. Dining is healthy and calorie-controlled, yet truly gourmet. The Ekilum Spa is a luxurious sanctuary. Yoga teachers Rafael Ruiz. Rafael Ruiz Rodríguez (Malaga) Qualified yoga teacher and

13:05

Local

Junta de Andalucía publishes its draft budget for 2021

M. D. TORTOSA / M. STUBER

8.3bn, with an increase in teachers. Dependency care services spending would go up to 1.6 billion euros. Inside the plan is 3.9 billion euros for investment spending, principally focused on combating climate change and improving the digital economy.

14:47

LifeStyle

Total inclusion across borders

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Ten students, some with functional diversity, and three teachers from Huelin secondary school in Malaga recently visited Wales for the first leg of an EU-funded Erasmus+ project: One Class-Total Inclusion. Five days of activities were shared with

18:19

Local

New technologies allow students to keep learning during the lockdown

Jennie Rhodes

Public and private education centres across the province have all had to adapt almost overnight to the coronavirus emergency. There are 338,765 pupils in public primary and secondary education across the province, along with 22,575 teachers; they ... 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

16:40

Education

Recruitment is the main concern of schools ahead of Brexit

R. HAYNES / I. GELIBTER

...first is the recruitment of teachers from the UK. "It's been a comfortable process since Spain entered the EU [...] as they have an automatic right to live and work in Spain. If that changes, the main concern isn't that it will be impossible to recruit ... teachers from the UK, but that it will be more complicated because of the paperwork required. That would make recruiting at very short notice quite difficult." Massam pointed out this week that a bilateral agreement would simplify the process but, as yet, ... outside the UK," he told SUR. He added that the recruitment of teachers was likely to be a problem as it would require more complex paperwork. "I imagine they are working on a global agreement and that they will go into more detail later. But it's true

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 ... on time. Bayside and Westside are due to open on 11 September and teachers have already gone back to work, but say some construction work is still continuing on the upper parts of the buildings and there have been a couple of accidents, one when a

16:00

Opinion

Six months wasted

Héctor Barbotta

Prefabricated classrooms have not been installed, nor have more spaces (where they exist) been made available to give students and teachers more space. More teachers haven't been hired either to have more classes taking place simultaneously, and ... classrooms and teachers as they had on 14 March, when the schools were closed and everyone was sent home. Six months have passed and the children will return to the same place they left. Not even with a few simple partitions between chairs. This is even more ... Everything will again depend on the goodwill of the teachers, those who have it, and the efforts of the families. They have had six months to organise getting everyone back in the classroom. They have done nothing.

11:44

Education

The challenge of filling the empty page

Rachel Haynes

...competition organised every year for this Education and Learning supplement is so gratifying. The students whose work is selected to be sent in to us by their teachers, and presumably many others who had to be rejected, due to our only-three rule, all managed ... to fill their pages and canvases with something that has the potential of being enjoyed, not just by their parents and teachers, but also by the thousands of readers of SUR in English. This year, more precise guidelines were introduced: the poems

16:53

LifeStyle

Erasmus scheme unites Spanish, Norwegian and German teachers in Ronda

sur in english

The official language school (Escuela Oficial de Idiomas) in Ronda recently received teachers from Norway and Germany as part of their Erasmus+ K2 programme, which they started two years ago in Oslo. Taking part alongside the Ronda school are the

10:39

LifeStyle

Malaga university produces its own olive oil

sur

The initiative to make use of the olives on the trees growing on the Teatinos campus of Malaga University resulted in a harvest of 275 kilogrammes collected by the students and teachers. It was turned into 42 litres of 'Aceite UMA' at the Ayala

13:23

Local

International efforts to fight bullying and discrimination

SUR IN ENGLISH

Secondary school teachers from Malaga joined colleagues from Greece, Italy, Finland and Spain in Motril recently for the final meeting of an EU-funded project to prevent school bullying and discrimination. The Erasmus+ GRITFIS initiative brought ... together teachers from the Huelin, Salvador Rueda and Jesús Marín schools and the teaching training centre in Malaga; the host school Francisco Javier de Burgos in Motril; and the primary schools Postipuun and Tähtiniity in Finland, Mileon-Kalon Neron in

21:44

Local

Excitement helps overcome the nerves as kids head back to school

sur

...everyone is going to;the teachers, cleaning staff, caretakers, Local Police, Civil Protection. But more ought to have been done to half class sizes and lower the ratio, contracting more teachers.” At Xarblanca school in Marbella, parents expressed concern ... that social distancing was going to be very difficult inside schools and that teachers had had PCR tests while “none” of the assistants had. There was also a protest at Ramón Lago school in Cancelada, Estepona. Of the PCR tests carried out in

16:55

Local

Interpreter service introduced at Estepona schools

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...attend meetings with their children's teachers or tutors. So far 15 volunteers have signed up to provide this service, covering ten languages: English, French, Russian, Polish, Romanian, Bulgarian, Norwegian, Hungarian, Ukrainian and Arabic. The mayor ... well, "because it means we are solving a problem for foreign residents who need to speak to their children's teachers but find it hard to do so because of the language barrier". To raise awareness of this new facility the council has produced an ... relevant volunteer so they can also attend the meeting as interpreter. The head teachers of the Sierra Bermeja and Mar de Alborán schools, Irene Martín and Antonio Sánchez, respectively, say they welcome this initiative because although in their

14:32

LifeStyle

How to differentiate between symptoms of flu and Covid-19

RAQUEL MERINO

...will have the flu jab first, and this year teachers will also be included and will be among those who receive the first doses. This fear of flu and the new coronavirus existing at the same time, and that of health centres becoming overwhelmed, has

13:08

LifeStyle

Famous graffiti artists paint Alhaurín de la Torre school

M. HAY.

...founders Abraham Castro and Adrian Santos brought their spray cans to the walls of Campus Inglés, a family-run business in Alhaurín de la Torre that teaches English to all ages. Both teachers and puplils were delighted with the result, a life-size

16:12

Local

Andalusian students complain of cruise holiday nightmare

Eugenio Cabezas

...passengers were teachers and students from 43 schools in Andalucía and Castilla La Mancha who had arranged the school holiday for the week after Easter. However, the promotional material was “absolutely nothing like” the reality on board the ship. “Filthy ... off over an hour late,” said Ariza, who met up with a large group of pupils and parents to write a letter of complaint to the local agency that sold them the trip. One of the other teachers on board the ship told SUR that she lost four kilos. “We had

17:01

Local

Malaga to promote language tourism

JUAN SOTO.

On 7 to 14 January over 600 Spanish teachers from all over the world will come to the city for Malaga Education Week. The aim of the event is to promote Malaga as a place where people can come to learn Spanish. Malaga Education Week was created by

19:15

Opinion

Filling groovy

Peter Edgerton

...too early or too late apparently in order to avoid other patients. "11.40 on the dot," she said in a voice that reminded me of Mrs Battersby, the sternest of all my school teachers. It'll be good to see José, although I must remember not to complain

23:24

Travel

An Andalusian retreat to wellness

Andrew Forbes

...holidays. Seeking wellness So, if like me, you've not dabbled in yoga, maybe a retreat should be your next break. They are not just for experienced yogis looking to be challenged by talented teachers; but also for novices looking for a modern holiday ... days! Vidya has been teaching yoga, and training teachers, for decades; travelling the world, experiencing myriad retreats and yoga centres - all inspiration for her work here at Suryalila. She told me, "I have always loved yoga, delicious nutritious

15:19

Local

Coín residents say opening a new quarry is a 'crime'

FERNANDO TORRES

...of the hillside where the quarry is planned.F. T. The site is also close to a prestigious farm school, visited by thousands of children and teachers every year, which, according to Ávila, would be forced to close. The mayor of Coín, Francisco

12:27

LifeStyle

"There's something in the air of Andalucía"

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...later. So, you have musical roots. How was your talent developed? I was amazingly lucky to be educated within the UK comprehensive system at a very musical school. I'm happy that I had fantastic teachers for the cello which I started at 13. Three

14:29

Local

Late bill payments trigger black-outs at Torremolinos council buildings

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...despite the fact that we [the parents] have paid our enrollment fees". In the case of the music school, as no official notification has been received, the teachers continue to hold classes, with the help of candles, but on occasion have had to cancel

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 ... similarities. Presenting the folklore of Spain.SUR Students and teachers visited various cultural landmarks such as Tintagel castle, linked with the legend of King Arthur on Cornwall’s rugged north coast; and St Michael’s Mount, with its fascinating

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

16:57

LifeStyle

From Malaga to Beijing in the fight against obesity

Ángel Escalera

Tuesday morning at the Ciudad de Málaga athletics stadium ahead of the start pistol fired by the city's Culture and Sport councillor Noelia Losada. Around 2,500 children from 16 Malaga schools (accompanied by teachers and support staff), 700 people from

12:54

National

Large pro-Spain march in Catalonia as student separatist action grows

SUR

...recent protests. Other students and teachers, who had wanted to attend classes, complained that they had been prevented and asked for the universities and police to do more to guarantee normality. Detention orders Spanish prosecutors have started to

14:02

Local

Rincón school's Holy Week exhibition open to everyone

VICTORIA BUSTAMANTE

Week processions was started by Sister Mercedes Fernández and has grown over the years with teachers and pupils adding their own contributions. Guided tours are available to anyone who goes along to the school during Holy Week.

12:25

Local

Mother splits teacher's lip with a headbutt at Churriana school

Francisco GUTIÉRREZ

...child's grandfather had already come into the school earlier in the day to complain, but the mother arrived at the end of the school day to confront the teacher at Miguel Fernández primary school in Churriana. Teachers' unions have leapt to the victim's

15:53

Local

Virginia Calvo, owner of Malaga gaming company

FERNANDO TORRES

...girls and boys participate equally, but from age 12 girls' participation drops. "I think it's because they don't have references," Calvo says. She adds that she teachers her daughters to "fight back" and "speak up" to people making sexist comments or

16:59

Opinion

An opportunity for tolerance and peace

AHMED BIN MOHAMED ALJARWAN

Those who are battling coronavirus on the front line are neither recruits nor armed forces personnel; they are our doctors, nurses, pharmacists, teachers, carers, shop assistants, public service workers, owners of small businesses and employees... These