Ready to Read? We know how important it is for our children to read, but knowing that and actually getting them to do so in a world where we are constantly bombarded by technological alternatives can prove very difficult indeed! With that aim in mind, last week, the teachers and[...]Read More about Ready to read?
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!
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!
Year 5 and 6 have been studying Ancient Greece. The main theme of today’s assembly was on democracy and the feud between the Spartans and Athenians. The assembly culminated with the story of the Wooden Horse of Troy. Sierra Bernia School British School of Benidorm www.sierraberniaschool.esRead More about Ancient Greece
The primary school undertook a Julia Donaldson book study when they returned to school. When the study was finished, they came together to share their activities in a whole school assembly. There were poems, dramas, puppet shows and lots of fabulous art work! Sierra Bernia School British School of[...]Read More about Julia Donaldson
An EGGcellent Easter week at SBS The children had an EGGtra special week at school with Easter orientated activities going on everyday. There were games, workshops, crafts, cooking and bake sales as well as face painting, eggs hunts and our Easter Bonnet competition judged by local children’s author, Rosie Button[...]Read More about Easter week at SBS
This week, year 2 explored a few countries around the world. We learnt about different foods, landmarks, flags, and currencies. They wrote postcards back home to their families and also made passports to travel to the different places. We ended the week by making a world book for the entire[...]Read More about Foods, landmarks, flags, and currencies
Jolly Phonics Training Course We will be holding another Jolly Phonics Training Course on 8th and 9th April here at Sierra Bernia School. The course is open to all those who teach or want to teach English and help children read and write at an excelled rate. Jolly Phonics is used[...]Read More about Jolly Phonics Training Course !
Book Week Begins!! Year 5&6 kicked off book week with a buddy reading season. They chose a book from the library and read to the boys and girls in year 1. What a lovely way to start the week.Read More about Book Week Begins!!
Miss Kari is completing her teaching practice with Upper Ket Stage 2 this week. She is teaching the class all about Charles Darwin. They have learned about his life, his voyages and his theory of evolution. Whilst learning about his work on the Galapagos islands, Miss Kari presented an experiment[...]Read More about All about Charles Darwin
The Upper Primary class visited the museum of palaeontology in Elche today to reinforce their learning of fossils and dinosaurs. It was AMAZING!! The children began by walking through the paleozoic era with ammonites and trilobites and plant and tree fossils before entering the Mesozoic era of the dinosaurs. There[...]Read More about Fantastic Fossils!