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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

10:27

Local

More than 27,000 teaching staff in Malaga undergo Covid test before returning to work

FRANCISCO GUTIÉRREZ

More than 27,000 education professionals in Malaga, including teachers, administration staff, sign interpreters and monitors have been called to take voluntary Covid-19 rapid tests that will be carried out this Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. In ... coronavirus. Two mobile teams from the Junta de Andalucía have been installed at the Teatinos campus in Malaga. SALVADOR SALAS Screening for the virus was also carried out in September, for the beginning of term. Of the 88,911 tests carried out on teachers

21:41

Local

A tribute to the unsung heroes in the background

CRISTINA PINTO

Herrera Oria. Paco Álvarez Curiel remembers it well: "Most of the women there were teachers, and one of them was Ana María Matute. I went to her house to do a report for the local TV station and she showed me several photos; two of them have been used for

16:53

LifeStyle

Erasmus scheme unites Spanish, Norwegian and German teachers in Ronda

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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

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

10:39

LifeStyle

Malaga university produces its own olive oil

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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