San Lorenzo (Secondary)

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-rugby​S1 and S2 rugby has come to an exciting end with the red team (Timanfaya) just narrowly beating the blue team (Teide) in the final. All students who played did very well and thanks to Mr. Edwards for organising the event!

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-casa colonUpper school art students visited Casa Colon to observe first hand the paintings done by many Spanish artists. They also got to meet the resident parrots and see some of the aboriginal sculptures and artefacts. It was a very productive day!

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-museo canarioS3 art students visited the Canarian Museum to look at the skulls and animals. They spent time drawing and taking photos to work back in the classroom.

repsCanterbury School House System is well under way this term and already the activities have begun. S1 and S2 rugby is currently ongoing and students also have one more week to enter the House logo competition.

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-carlota3Carlota Sanchez Merino of S4D finished second place in the European Championship and sixth place in the World Cup of sailing sub 16 Laser 4.7 category this summer. Congratulations Carlota!

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-kayakLast weekend the Spanish National Sea Kayak Championship was held in Cartagena, where two Canterbury students, Pedro Hidalgo Rosa and Paula Suárez Hidalgo, became national champions in the canoe category. Congratulations!

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-estadisticasCongratulations to all for a set of very good results in the external examinations (IGCSEs, AS and A-Levels) of June 2015!

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-graduation3The last formal evening of the academic year brought together students, families, staff and friends to celebrate the graduation of this year's upper sixth form students.

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-s5 futuro23The final two weeks of term for our year 12 students have been focused on the important decisions they will be required to make over the next year and beyond, with a Careers Orientation Week and UK Universities Trip.

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-mural9Miss Vicky along with some S1-S3 students spent the last two school days extending the mural in the playground of the secondary school with an "Under the Sea" theme. Well done, it looks great!

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-aqualandP6-S4 students have enjoyed a last week at school full of activities, including a day trip to Aqualand. How lucky!

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-carreraStudents and staff in Secondary have raised the impressive amount of 3.305,27 Euros for the "Acción Contra el Hambre" foundation. Thank you all for your help once again!

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-robotica4The students enrolled in the Robotics course finish the activity with a second competition in which they had to show their abilities to build and programme a robot capable of identifying blocks of colors to then drag them or push them following the competition rules.

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-houses22P6 -S2 students went on trips in their House teams to celebrate the end of the school year and as a reward for their hard work throughout the course.

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-house competition4On Monday 15th June the winning House was announced in the House assembly, after an excellent year full of lots of activities. Timanfaya received 4944 points, Garajonay 5058, Teide 5480 but clear winners were Nublo House with 5939 points.

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-mentoring33As part of the school's commitment to a diverse educational environment, the S5 students have been working extremely hard in the Primary Department.

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-experiencia laboralThis is the third year that we have run the S4 work experience programme, where students who have finished their IGCSEs go out into the workplace to gain experience of life.

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-carlotaCarlota Sánchez Merino of S3B, has taken part this week in the Europa Cup of sailing celebrated in Oslo (Norway), in the Laser 4.7 category for girls under 13 and under 16. In both Carlota won the races even to boys!

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