This Year’s Be Kind Campaign coincided with Anti- bullying week in the UK and we kicked off the week by joining in ‘Odd Socks Day’.  All pupils and staff were invited to wear the wackiest, weirdest and oddest socks they could find. Our staff and students certainly turned a few heads on the way into […]


On Wednesday 7 November, Year 2 and Year 3 children were invited to take part in “Pequemaratón”, a sporting event organised by Marbella Town Hall. The children were presented with a variety of activities, involving many different abilities, focusing at all times on having fun while being active; the monitors of this event guided them […]

Year 5 Assembly Nov 2018

Year 5 enjoyed creating and performing their assembly in November, demonstrating all of their knowledge on the Ancient Greeks. They created a rap about the Greek Gods, a performance all about the ancient Olympic games and also re-enacted a famous Greek myth – Persephone and the Pomegranate Seeds – along with some vibrant, entertaining dances. […]


A ‘high quality’ morning of English was enjoyed by both the children and parents as we opened our doors for The Primary School’s English Workshop. All children from Foundation Stage to Year 6 took part in a range of activities which were designed to demonstrate all aspects of the English curriculum. There were many fantastic […]

U7 Mini Basketball competition Oct 2018

On Thursday 25th October Aloha College proudly hosted an U7 Mini Basketball tournament.  Boys and girls from Year 2 were selected to participate in friendly basketball games with representatives from Swans, E.I.C, Francisco Echamendi and St. Anthony’s. Children played enthusiastically, demonstrated good teamwork and sportsmanship.  Our Primary School Sports Monitors also took to their responsibilities […]

Year 2 Assembly October 2018

In Milepost 1, the children in IPC have been learning all about being ‘Time Detectives’. So when Year 2 was asked to perform their assembly on Monday 22nd October, they decided they would show what they had learnt about the past. Of course, this meant they had to enlist the help of two special people who […]

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