Y7 – Y12 Chess tournament

On Thursday 25th January 60 students from Aloha Secondary School played in the Internal Chess Tournament. This tournament was the first step for our participation in the Marbella Inter-school Chess Tournament and the best Chess players from Aloha College will represent our School in Marbella’s Palacio de Congresos in April. It is always amazing to […]

Enterprise Week Year 9 Stock Market Challenge

The Stock Market Challenge is an engaging event that Year 9 participated in. The year group were split into house teams competing against each other. They had to try and make the most money from buying and selling shares on a simulated stock exchange, based on the London stock market. Teamwork, making decisions under pressure, […]

Year 8 Chocolate Enterprise Challenge

As part of the school’s ongoing Futurewise Careers Programme, all year 8 students took time out of lessons on Thursday to participate in an Enterprise Challenge. Students worked in teams in the Hall, closely directed by Ian Pierson from Inspiring Futures. Their challenge was to turn their team into a small business with the aim of creating, packaging and marketing […]


On Tuesday the 24, 7 students  from Year 13 visited Gibraltar as part of their English B studies. They spent the day talking to locals and tourists, investigating Gibraltar as part of their ‘Leisure’ module. The students had a fantastic time finding out about life and culture in Gibraltar, as well as the views and […]

Maths Competition

On Friday 6 October, a group of 12 students from Key Stage 3 visited Sotogrande International School to take part in their annual mathematics competition. This competition focuses on applying maths to problem solving and kinaesthetic activities. This year students tackled four challenges: Building a tower that a marble would run down in the longest time possible A swimming pool […]

Languages week – 25 to 29 september

In class, KS3 students discussed the value of learning languages, shared their own language and culture with one another and learnt some greetings in a variety of different languages from around the world. Students brought in snacks from their own countries and had the opportunity to try these and donate money to charity at the […]

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