Y6 Welcome Assembly

Year 6 celebrated the start of another academic year with a reminder of why Aloha College is so special.  Made up of 55 different nationalities, we encourage respect and tolerance of other nationalities and cultures.   We reminded the audience of why we all love to live in Spain, from the delicious cuisine to the sports […]


On the first week of June Oliver Alao-Gorman from Year 5ITA became a rugby champion! He plays for Marbella Trocadero Rugby Club in the under-12 team as a winger, and showed us the medal he received after competing in the Spanish National Rugby Championships held in Valladolid. The A team came 5th in gold and […]

Y6 Trip to Doñana National Park March 2018

Year 6 enjoyed a special trip to Doñana National Park in March.  They thought it was amazing, and well worth the long journey on the coach, which passed rapidly as the children were very excited! We visited El Rocío which is a village right on the edge of the wetlands where the children witnessed flamingos […]

Year 5 Trip to Planeta Explora

On Friday, 16th March, the children in Year 5 went to Planeta Explora in Benalmádena. The excursion was closely linked to their IPC studies. During the visit the children developed their scientific understanding through practical investigations. They had a wonderful time finding out about reversible and irreversible changes by mixing solids and liquids to create […]

Y3 Assembly – The Happy Prince

Year 3 performed a moving portrayal of ‘The Happy Prince’ by the acclaimed Irish playwright Oscar Wilde. The main character is a beautiful statue, covered in gold leaf and decorated with jewels. The statue represents a prince, who during his lifetime, was famous for being happy. However, the truth is that the prince appeared to […]

Year 5 Assembly 5 Feb 2018

Year 5 performed their assembly entitled The Emerald Forest. The theme was the destruction of the Amazonian rain forest by profit-hungry developers and how the richness and tranquility of the jungle is protected, in the story, by the animals that live there. The emphasis was on the visual and auditory senses and the costumes were […]

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