Alumni Newsletter nº 7 – Summer 2023

Dear Alumni, Hopefully this finds you well as we look forward to summer here in the south of Spain. As we complete another academic year and welcome the current Year 13 students into our alumni, we also see our current principal, Mrs Batchelor handing over the reins of the College to Mr Escobar as she […]

First Ever Beads of Hope Fashion Show
Cartama Trips to enjoy Cricket have become one of our favourites!

Students and teachers have shown interest and enthusiasm in cricket over the past few months. As part of our enrichment activities program, our year 5 and 6 students all enjoyed a day out in sunny Cartama as part of the Cricket’s Cool project, run simultaneously with the European Championships held there. They had coaching in […]

Silver Adventurous Journey Expedition in Sierra de Las Nieves

Last week our intrepid Silver Duke of Edinburgh teams embarked on their second out-of-school training activity this year. 21 students from Y11 and Y12 spent 3 days and 2 nights taking part in their Adventurous Journey practice expedition in Sierra de Las Nieves National Park. The adventurous journey is like nothing students have ever experienced […]

Visit to Marbella Design & Art Fair 2022

A group of Art students from Y10 -Y13 visited Marbella Design & Art Fair. With over 150 exhibits, students were able to see a vast array of interior design exhibitions and talk with artists and designers about the process behind the scenes, motivations and consider how to work to a design brief. Students also had […]

Year 7 students visit the Picasso Museum

Year 7 students visited Malaga to experience first hand one of Spain’s most well-known painters – Pablo Ruiz Picasso. In addition to enjoying the paintings and sculptures of Picasso, the art teachers gave the students some tasks to complete throughout the day: As you can see, a very complete to-do list. A day full of […]

Foundation Stage unveils its own aromatic room spry

The little ones recognise the fragrance both at home and at school, allowing them to feel more comfortable. Scent is incredibly evocative… So many of us are familiar with the feelings of opening boxes after an international move to be struck by smells of home! Or perhaps you notice your mother’s perfume on a passer-by […]

September Inspirational Talks for Years 12 and 13

Our students in Year 12 and Year 13 have recently enjoyed the visits of two excellent speakers, Messrs. Mac Chakaveh and Louise Glen. Louis Glen, from Lanterna Education, talked about procrastination and correct time management during the Sixth Form years, which can be extrapolated to the university years and the personal lives of the students. […]

World Peace Day – Lets help to build peace together

The entire Aloha community joined together to celebrate International Peace Day. Resplendent in white and waving hand decorated doves, an ancient symbol of peace, our students united with many others around the world in contemplating the true meaning of Peace. Our head students Mia Windhagauer and Alexey Gudkov led the proceedings and in their very […]

Help Africa thanks Aloha College Marbella for the repair of their school bus

The van is now fully operational and will help our friends in Uganda to continue with their valuable work. Help Africa started the new term using the newly refurbished bus, thanks to the funds raised by the Aloha Community. We feel honoured and proud to be sharing the success of this project with our students […]

ACM Presents its Co-curricular Programme 2022-2023

A wide range of exciting activities for all our students! Aloha College Marbella aims to offer a rich, varied and challenging co-curricular programme. Exposure to this as well as to academic rigour will enable all of our pupils to become well-rounded individuals. We wish to encourage all of them to try new activities that they […]

International book illustration project

Aloha College Marbella students were delighted to participate in a cross-curricular and international book illustration project, promoting educational and social inclusivity across diverse student communities. The project was initiated by Aloha´s own Amani Husaini, a year 11 student, and her involvement with the Manzil Centre, a special educational needs school in the UAE. The Manzil […]