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Year 12 ESS Trip field to Tarifa

The Year 12 Environmental Systems and Societies students had the chance to leave the classroom behind to practice a variety of ecological fieldwork skills in the unique environment of Tarifa. The students were able to study sand dune succession and study plant species diversity, before also monitoring water and air quality by identifying indicator species. The […]

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Y13 CAS Trip to Tarifa

A good group that were willing to step outside of their comfort zone and enjoy themselves. Karl, Dariy, Anton, Daniel and Grigory built a raft that actually floated! The challenging beach activities contributed to a great atmosphere of teamwork within the group.  All of our students meet the many IB course requirements in their daily […]

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SCIENCE FAIR – SECONDARY SCHOOL

This year was one of our most successful Science Fairs yet. We had some amazing entries including a fantastic hydraulic vending machine, can crushers, mirror writing and lava lamps, not to mention the snakes and rockets which attracted quite a crowd. The engagement and enthusiasm from our Year 9 pupils was exceptional, all participated and contributed to their […]

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IGCSE IB and A Level Art Exhibition

Congratulation to Aloha College Art students for showcasing a fantastic End of Year Art Exhibition. On display was a huge range of artistic styles including painting, printmaking, sculpture and new media. Students proudly showed off their work and demonstrated enormous ability to speak eloquently about the concepts behind the pieces. It is easy to see […]

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Y12 CAS Program Walk to Juanar

As part of the IB diploma program Year 12 students are involved with Creativity, Activity and Service (CAS) alongside their academic studies.  CAS is defined by the IB as “a personal journey of self-discovery” and it was with this quote in mind that the students embarked on a challenging hike from the Refugio de Juanar with […]

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Hairspray

February saw big hair dos and Rock n Roll music come to Aloha College with the Creative Arts department´s performance of the musical Hairspray. Over 50 students were involved across the secondary school in an ambitious project that culminated in a matinee and three evening performances to over 700 spectators. The audience was enthralled by powerful […]

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