NABSS Conference 2015 PDF Print

The National Association of British Schools in Spain will hold its 37th Annual Conference from the 5th to the 8thth of March 2015 in Malaga. Our conference will be held in the Hotel IPV Palace, Fuengirola and the theme of this year´s conference is “Learning today, Leading tomorrow”.

UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) and the British Embassy will once again support NABSS in the organisation of the exhibition.


The programme will commence with our Gala Dinner for Heads, Owners and Guests, an ideal introduction to our event and an opportunity to enjoy the wonderful setting of our Conference Hotel. The following day, which is dedicated to heads and owners of schools, will include the opening ceremony and tour of the Education Village followed by presentations from key speakers from both the Department for Education and the Spanish Ministry of Education. Thereafter, there will be an interesting programme of professional development for senior leaders and teachers, ensuring that we are well informed and kept up-to-date with the latest developments, reforms and trends in education. At the same time, authorised representatives of member schools will attend the Annual General Meeting.

imagen2The exhibition has always formed an integral part of our conference and, once again, together with UKTI, we shall present our “Education Village”, where we will welcome those companies which have staunchly supported us over the years and also the new companies which may be joining us for the first time.

The annual conference provides ample opportunity for networking and social events this year will include our gala dinner, a tour of Malaga, buffet lunches and coffee breaks in the exhibition area, cocktails and the presentation of awards ceremony.


The venue chosen for this event is the 4* Hotel IPV Palace, Fuengirola. It is a seaside hotel with stunning views located next to the gardens of the Castle of Sohail. The hotel has an ideal location with 300 metres of beach almost exclusively for hotel guests. It is 20 minutes away from Malaga International Airport and a few kilometres away from Marbella. We urge you to mark the dates in your diary. Hotel reservations and conference booking forms will be available shortly.





British International School of the year. PDF Print

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Cambridge House Community College (Valencia) won the British International School of the Year award at Thursday night’s Independent School Awards in Nottingham, England.

From its humble beginnings in 1986 with only ten children, the college now has more 1,300 on roll and a waiting list to enter at almost every level. It is passionate about providing a quality British education and for all learners to reach their potential, regardless of ability or preferred learning style, in a home-like environment. Regarded as a pioneering British school in Spain, it was the first to gain both BSO status (an official British School Overseas) and NABSS accreditation (National Association of British Schools in Spain).

Judges’ comments included: “Impressive growth since inception” and “Waves the flag for British education”

Their victory was witnessed by over 300 people gathered to celebrate the sector’s achievements at the awards ceremony held at the Nottingham Belfry, on Thursday 13 November 2014.

The Independent School Awards recognises excellence in British independent schools in the UK and around the world.

For more coverage of the awards, full lists of winners, and photos from the event, please visit www.fisawards.co.uk.


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Aloha College Supporting Cáritas and Inspiring Solidarity PDF Print

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In December the pupils of Aloha College collected non-perishable food items and used clothing to take to Cáritas in La Cala de Mijas to be distributed to people in need within our local community. Just prior to Christmas, they delivered 4 large boxes of food and several bags of clothing.

This inspired one pupil even further – Shaneze Sibille from Year 5 in the Primary School was so moved after delivering the goods, she decided to prolong the appeal. With her father’s support, she contacted several companies asking for further donations and delivered extra boxes of food to this charity. She is now expecting some further donations of food from different companies. She has even asked her friends to bring for her forthcoming birthday party food for Cáritas instead of a big present - Cáritas has proudly named her their “Junior Ambassador”.

This is not the only case of charity inspiration at Aloha College. Edward Martínez in Year 7 and Nicholas Martínez in Year 13 have been junior ambassadors for the last three years. They both regularly work at the Caritas center, and during Xmas holidays, they help to organise and distribute toys to the families. Nicholas is now about to start a course that will make him a fully-trained volunteer and take up a post of responsibility in the organisation when he is 18.



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