This term our Year 4 students have been studying Light and Shadows in Science. They have learnt what light is made from and that light can come from different sources. They have also looked at how shadows are made and the difference between transparaent, opaque and transluscent materials. As part[...]Read More about Year 4 – Light and Shadows in Science
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!
An UTAD (University Center for Technology and Digital Art) representative visited our Secondary students to discuss university degrees and courses. They presented the teaching models and main courses such as digital design, videogames and engineering to students. Sierra Bernia School British School of Benidorm www.sierraberniaschool.esRead More about University Center for Technology and Digital Art in SBS
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
This year we went to CEM of La Nucia for our summer school trip. KS2 went first, enjoyed a day of fun filled activities then set up camp for the night! After a mid-night feast, they settled down for a night under the stars to the sound of crickets and[...]Read More about Summer Excursion to CEM
A time to celebrate the effort and achievements of our students and teachers, this year’s prize day was full of surprises and entertainment. The kids put on a great show with dancing to music past and present, Mrs Kanchan’s hard work was rewarded with a special acknowledgment form the secondary[...]Read More about Prize Day 2017
La semaine dernière nous avons fêté notre premier Concours de Francovision. À l’occasion du concours réel d’Eurovision (célébré en mai 2017 à Kiev), les élèves de KS2 on profité pour représenter 4 pays différents de la Francophonie: la France, la Belgique, la Côte d’Ivoire et la Guyane. Nous avons étudié[...]Read More about Francovision
As part of their topic on Australia, the Upper Primary class have been learning about the late conservationist Steve Irwin. Yesterday they sent out s request for parents to help them raise money to sponsor an animal at Steve’s Australia Zoo, by donation all their unwanted copper change. The children[...]Read More about Sssssssssuper Sssssssssserpent Donationssssssssssss
Lower Key Stage 2 put on a great show about the River Nile in their class assembly today. The children acted out the story of the mean King Seph and the beautiful Isis, and the children took their roles very seriously indeed and were really quite scary in some parts[...]Read More about Style on the River Nile!
Yesterday we received our long awaited book order paid for by the hard work and perseverance of our own pupils who read their hearts out over world book 2017. The library now has more dictionaries, thesauruses, fiction and non-fiction reading books for us all to use and share. Well done[...]Read More about The Wonderful World of Books 💜📚
Shiver me timbers and batten down the hatches, the pirate are in town! Year 1 put on a pirate themed assembly today for the rest of the school. They showed off their amazing island paintings and all wore amazing costumes. Well done on learning all their words and all 3[...]Read More about A Pirate’s Life for Me!
Mrs Letchford was in her element today whilst teaching her class about the first fleet of convicts to arrive at the British colony in Australia. The children were tied together in a chain gang and forced to do hard manual labour in the heat of the day! They then experienced[...]Read More about Life is hard!
The Year 2 children have a thought provoking assembly about ourselves and our self esteem. Mrs Vaughan began the assembly by showing the school the popular ‘go compare’ advert. The children then discussed the pros and cons of comparing ourselves against others. It gave everyone some food for though for[...]Read More about Go compare!
The rules of the road were the lesson of the day when our local, friendly traffic policeman Chust, came to school to teach the infants about road safety. The children enjoyed learning about the dangers of the road and how to be a safe and responsible pedestrian and motorist. Well[...]Read More about Ready, Steady, GO!
Do you come from the land down under? The Upper Primary class held the first assembly of the term, sharing all they had learned on the indigenous tribes of Australia; the Aborigines. The children had created short power point presentations on their different areas of learning including their history or[...]Read More about UKS2 – The Aborigines