The study of ecology is a fundamental topic in biology. To help the Year 7 students put the scientific theory into practice, they took part in a fieldtrip to the Mijas Costa to better understand the interactions of living organisms in the rocky shore ecosystem. The students were able to use a variety of scientific […]
Year 10 Geography students spent a hot and productive day in Marbella. The students worked hard collecting data for use in their Geography coursework including wave height, beach profiles, sand quality assessments and safety reviews. The students were able to interview members of the public about their experiences in Marbella as well as sample local […]
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 […]
A “house point” to the large number of attendees to the Spanish workshop held on 7 May. The teamwork between teachers, parents and students was excellent. The children enjoyed watching the adults learning with them in the classroom, and the teachers had the opportunity to show the strategies and teaching methods that are carried out […]
Year 12 IB Geography students were able to experience a full day´s fieldwork on the beautiful Cabopino dune system on Wednesday. The students collected samples of sand and soil to analyse for changes as well as observing and recording numerous species of flora and fauna. Luckily, this year we didn´t see any snakes! Despite 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!!”
Year One were transformed into a crew of mischievous pirates! Aboard the Aloha ship, we sang some pirate songs and played along using a variety of instruments. We went on an adventurous treasure hunt then made maps for someone else to find our treasure. We used our artistic skills to create our Jolly Roger flags […]
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.
Selected children from Years 5 and 6 competed in the annual Inter-schools Athletics Competition on the 2nd May, organised by St. Anthony’s School. Our children have been training hard during their lunch times to be ready for the competition. Their performance was excellent in disciplines. Congratulations to Team B; Arsenji, Jose, Keanu, Panna and Sofia […]
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.