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Year 1 Trip Paloma Park in Benalmadena

On Monday, Year 1 went on an enjoyable trip to Paloma Park in Benalmadena. They saw wonderful wildlife roaming around the park as they took a scenic walk. They saw donkeys, goats and peacocks as well as chickens crossing the road! Many of them even spotted rabbits hiding in the bushes. They then went to […]

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Year 1 Coast guard visit June 2019

Year 1 had a visit from the coast guard. He explained to us the different ways that we can keep safe on the beach! We learned about boat safety, the colour and meanings of different beach flags, some important information about jellyfish and what different symbols in the sand mean. Most importantly the coast explained […]

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PRIMARY SPANISH WORKSHOP MAY 2019

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 […]

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YEAR 1 Pirate Day May 2019

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 […]

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Charity Run – Supporting Healthy Minds in London Marathon (Alumni Chris Knaup) April 2019

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 […]

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Primary School Maths Workshop Mar 2019

The Maths Workshop on Thursday morning once again proved our children’s ability to demonstrate and explain their learning with confidence, something which encouraged more parents to ‘have a go’ themselves. 240 parents attended which is the highest ever turnout for one of our workshops. Miss Fox began the morning outlining the different areas of learning […]