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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

13:43

LifeStyle

From Benahavís to Le Cordon Bleu

MARINA MARTínez

She won a place at the Sabor a Málaga Catering College in Benahavís. “I have learnt a great deal here, about techniques, products... and above all about passion for food, because the teachers pass it on,” she said. She finished the course with a

19:16

LifeStyle

Learning Spanish in a café environment

BEN CLARKE

...own since joining Spanishcafé. “I learnt some Spanish at school, but it wasn't the same as the teachers themselves weren't native speakers and they were trying to get you to pass an exam, not learn the language for the enjoyment of it. Spanishcafé is ... Englishcafé, which has been helping locals learn English for several years. One of the teachers, Martin Hyam, 57, from London, has spent the last four years teaching in Malaga, having previously lived in Valencia, Santiago de Compostela and Sorbas in Almeria.

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

18:28

Local

Ten years protecting the Costa from the sun

MÓNICA PÉREZ

...carry out sun protection campaigns and special training for teachers via the local teacher training centre, the CEP Marbella-Coín. More than 200 teachers and 2,000 pupils have taken part in an educational sun protection project and 20 schools in the area

17:33

LifeStyle

"We're not mad, we're sick"

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

Ibuprofen. It would be easy to stop this illness at an early age, but we are taught that periods are painful and neither parents nor teachers take any notice of the girls when they say they can't go to school or do something because of the pain. Because we

13:04

What to do

Blackness: an exhibition on identity

BEN CLARKE

...always been creative, sitting in my room creating things with my hands, writing and drawing. I was encouraged to draw in secondary school. My teachers thought that I had a talent for it. I'm also into storytelling through music and film. At high school I

12:39

LifeStyle

A sight for sore eyes

ASH BOLTON

...older people needing glasses for close work,” said Jane, who was born in Essex. “We found that often the teachers couldn't see to read and this made it difficult for them to teach. Medical workers such as nurses also had problems with near vision and

12:24

LifeStyle

The legacy of Pablo Ráez

JUAN SOTO

Miguel González, one of Pablo's teachers at the Medac school in the Carretera de Cadiz district. “These are things that seem very distant and don't really affect you until you realise that they could happen to you too,” he says. In his case, from the

18:43

Gibraltar

Significant progress being made in "revolutionary" schools project

Debbie Bartlett

...refurbishing four others. The entire project is due to be completed by September 2019. The president of the Gibraltar Teachers Association, Victor Gonzalez, recently told local media that staff at Westside Comprehensive School, Governor's Meadow, Bishop ... Fitzgerald and St Martin's were unhappy about the government's project to revolutionise education in Gibraltar, and the GTA claimed that teachers had not been consulted about the new schools. However, some senior teachers have refuted this and in a statement