From the sale of second-hand uniforms, Aloha College was delighted to present DEBRA with a cheque for their worthy charity, helping children whose lives are painfully affected by Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB), a very rare genetic condition in which the skin and internal body linings blister at the slightest knock or rub, causing painful, open wounds.
The boys beat Atalaya in a close final 12 – 8 and the girls got silver in their final vs Atalaya 16-10. Aloha’s team behaviour was exemplary and students spectating were well marshaled by staff in attendance. At the start of the competitive calendar so far, the boys have won three tournaments from three. The girls have […]
The U19 boys went through their group stage unbeaten scoring 6 goals and conceding none. They beat British College of Benalmadena, the Swedish school of Fuengirola, Almuñécar and Swans. In the quarter finals they defeated Atalaya comfortably 3-0 and the semi-finals BIC 2-0. The final was vs Sotogrande and finished 0-0 after full time. Aloha […]
In September Aloha took great pleasure in hosting a fantastic e-safety event, ran by none other than Stella James, Founder of the Gooseberry Planet. She ran two workshops at Aloha for members of the Aloha community and people from various schools up and down the coast. The first was some insightful staff training. The second […]
Visiting Selwo was a great opportunity for the Y8s and Y13s to see life in all its beautiful variety, from the cute red pandas and meerkats to the massive elephants and hippopotami. Thanks to the great guides at Selwo, the students were able to understand how these animals are adapted to survive in their environments, […]
Eleven students from Aloha College represented the school at Sotogrande International School’s first MUN conference. Representing Chad, Brazil, Norway and the USA, our students joined delegates from other international schools from across Spain for this four-day event. The topics under discussion ranged from the eradication of poverty to the dangers faced by female migrants. Aloha […]
On 21 September, the whole school came together again on International Peace Day and we took time to consider how we can contribute to this ideal in our daily lives. This year, the children of Aloha are making a very special contribution, since one of the related values is the way we care about the planet in […]
On Saturday 15 October, a plastic collection was organised at Cabopino beach, an initiative taken by the founder of Plastic Free Seas Worldwide. Especially pleasing was to see how many Y6 students from Aloha College turned up to help! As a consequence, instead of collecting 150 kg of plastic as stipulated, the collection was 350 […]
The children who took Cambridge Young Learners Exams (YLE) last term have received their certificates. They are thrilled with their excellent results and so are their teachers. The YLE programme is a CEP activity for children to improve their English as an additional language skills. Well done!
Aloha College is once again celebrating another year of highly successful IGCSE, A Level and IB and Diploma qualifications. 98% of all IGCSE examinations taken achieving a grade C or above. Special congratulations go to Olga Okhotinskaya with 9A*s, one A and a B in Additional Mathematics, Jiaming Xiao with 9A*s and a B in Additional Mathematics, […]