Aloha College were well represented again at another successful beach clean this weekend at Cabopino. The clean collected 400 kg of waste and featured more than 100 volunteers. A particular thank you should go to Craig Webb of Plastic Free Seas for organising and Lottie (year 8) and Thomas (year 6) Ness and their family […]
Elephant poaching rates in Africa are declining, according to a study published in the journal Nature Communications. Poachers killed an estimated 100,000 elephants across Africa between 2010 and 2012, a huge spike in the continent’s death rate of the world’s largest mammals because of an increased demand for ivory in China and other Asian nations […]
On Friday 24 May, boys and girls from Year 4 and 5 were selected to represent the school in the Under 9 Schools Football Tournament at Estadio de la Menacha, Algeciras. Both girls and boys teams demonstrated excellent team work and football skills, resulting in both teams getting to the finals. The girls showed strength […]
Thank you for a great Family Fun Morning and a special thank you to the PTA Mums and their helpers. Judging the cake competition proved to be very difficult for our panel so special congratulations go to our winners Alexandra Megharief 6WA and Nellija Sjöberg 4ES.
Aloha College Foundation has formally presented the sports grants that it has awarded in support of the Marbella community. Three young people from the town received grants from the school to enable them to progress in their target sport. The event took place at @alohacollege Marbella and was led by Rosa Gómez, Chair of the […]
Aloha College students are very enthusiastic chess player and today they represented the school in the Inter-school Chess Tournament organised by the Atalaya School. We got the 2nd position and lost the 1st position only by 1 point in the Tournament. Well done Aloha Chess Players!!”
The support of yesterday’s charity Fundación Aladina (Foundation that provides support to children and adolescents with cancer) brought fun and laughter as staff and pupils paraded in silly hats or funny wigs. Of course, the true meaning of the day was not forgotten as two of our pupils have recently undergone chemotherapy for cancer.
The Grand Finale before the Easter Holiday was, of course, a beautiful Easter Parade with a fantastic array of bonnets and book characters costumes. Primary Children and teachers made up a colourful school.
From 1 April until the 5 April Secondary School ran a Book Week. The Spanish and the English Departments teamed up with the library to provide many activities to support the highlighting of the importance of reading. There were 47 doors decorated around the school celebrating reading as well as poetry displays on the stairs; […]
On Monday the 8th April, Primary children from Nursery to Year 6 participated in a Charity Fun Run. Children and Parents from Aloha, supported Chris Knaup, an alumni who ran the London Marathon to raise awareness for “Healthy Minds”, helping people with depression, anxiety or stress. This charity promotes the benefits of sports and exercise […]