CHRISTMAS FAIR AT SIERRA BERNIA SCHOOL! – No Rain, No Pain! Luckily, the big storm clouds over Alfaz del Pi rained themselves out by last Friday the 14th of December just in time for Sierra Bernia School’s annual Christmas fair. As is customary, the big day for Primary[...]Read More about Christmas celebrations
Last Wednesday, the staff, pupils and parents from the Sierra Bernia School In Alfaz del Pi, once again celebrated their annual Halloween Party. As ever, the school community had a great time at the spooky celebration, a party originating from Hallowe’en, also referred to as All Hallows’ Eve, a popular[...]Read More about A Spook-takular Good Time!
Mary Anning visits Year 2!! This scientist for this month was the famous fossil hunter Mary Anning, enacted by Carla, Asier & María C from year 7. We spoke about Mary’s early life to discovering the fossils of the Plateosaurus and even the tongue twister “she sells sea shells!”! ☺🌊 [...]Read More about Scientist of the month – October
In Science today, secondary students from Year 7/8 demonstrated Year 6 a popping experiment of gas pressure! 💥 We briefly explained the concept of gas pressure to Year 6 and then we all worked together to carry out the experiment! ☺ Gas pressure photo album Sierra Bernia School British School[...]Read More about Gas pressure!
As always, Sierra Bernia School made their amazing contribution to International day of Alfas del Pi, 2018. It was a business project for KS4 Business students. That did not stop the whole school from supporting the event. We are so proud to stand united as one big family to make[...]Read More about International Day L’ Alfàs del Pi 2018
Last week Sierra Bernia British School in Alfaz continued with their longstanding tradition of helping out in the community by participating in the Macmillan Cancer’s Worlds’s Biggest Coffee Morning. As with all their many charitable events, it was a family inclusive affair with participation from all the classes in the[...]Read More about Tasty Treats that Save Lives!
Key Stage 3 has started a new concept called scientist of the month where we randomly choose an inventor/scientist and do a brief research on him/her. We then present the work to any class in primary. This month Year 9 worked on John Dalton, who explained matter & atoms &[...]Read More about Scientist of the month – September
In Year Three we have been investigating “How to Keep Healthy”. One of the things we have been looking at and testing has been how much sugar has been hidden in our drinks. Can you guess which one contained the most?? Sierra Bernia School British School of Benidorm www.sierraberniaschool.esRead More about Year 3 – How to Keep Healthy
Sierra Bernia school celebrated the upcoming royal wedding today with a Royal Wedding Garden party! The children and teachers came to school in their best clothes, learned the history of the royal family, decorated bunting and then came together for a feast and dancing in the afternoon! Everyone had a[...]Read More about Royal Wedding Garden party!
KS4 students have been studying the differences between endothermic and exothermic reactions. Also the meaning of reversible reaction and the rate of reaction. Sodium acetate or hot ice is an amazing chemical reaction that can be prepared with baking soda and vinegar. It can cool to a sodium acetate solution[...]Read More about Hot Ice – Chemistry Key Stage 4
Year 3 / 4 celebrated Robert Burns day by exploring all things Scottish. They begdan their day by learning about the life of the famous Scottish bard, before then learning some Scottish songs, listening to traditional and modern music played on bagpipes and even listening to familiar stories, such as[...]Read More about Robert Burns Day