San Lorenzo (Secondary)

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-banco alimentosAttached is the thank you letter from the Food Bank of Las Palmas to Canterbury School . Thank you all for your cooperation!

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-mar de ciencias2Carla García Medina of S2 and Diego García Medina of S5, winners of "Un Mar de Ciencias" contest. Congratulations to both! We are very proud of you two!

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-UnMardeCienciasTwo students from the school, Carla García Medina of S2 and Diego García Medina of S5, have moved on to the final stage of "Un Mar de Ciencias" contest.

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-nuevo pabellon12We are pleased to announce that Canterbury School's new Sports Hall is almost finished. The parquet is already being layed and it will be ready for next year!

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-torneo futbol5A very close P6 football competition has been played over the last 4 weeks between the 4 houses.

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-primeros auxilios2As part of the "Learn to Learn" programme S2 have been learning basic first aid, like what to do in the case of an emergency and the phone numbers to ring if necessary.

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-armando2S3 art students had the fantastic opportunity to meet local Canarian artist Armando Lorenzo.

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-s3 tejedaS3 Travel and tourism and Geography classes went to Tejeda, Tabadaba and Teror to study the various eco-climates and role tourism plays on each location.

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-limboLast month Miss Diaz ran a lunchtime limbo competition. S2 boys did particularly well with Pablo Peñate of S2C picking up quite a few house points along with Jian Hong of S2B.

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-rugbyLast month Mr. Edwards ran the House rugby for S1 and S2 students. After a few weeks the students quickly picked up the very technical rules to the complicated but fun game and competition was fierce.

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-doeAs part of the Duke of Edinburgh's International Award programme, during the second term our S6 students had to complete their Adventurous Journey challenge and camp for a weekend.

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-detectivesThe teacher Salvador Rodríguez has been running a 3 week House activity in which students needed to find clues to help a detective solve a puzzle.

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-football1This term S1 and P6 students have been playing a football tournament between the 4 Houses. Over 4 weeks they all played each other in some very competitive matches.

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-daniel bautistaOn the 20th February the writer Daniel Bautista, accompanied by the Edelvives representative, came to the school to meet our S2 students in the school theatre.

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-diplomasJust over two weeks ago, our sixth form students, friends and family came together in The Chaucer Theatre to celebrate the study body's academic achievements in their GCSE and AS external examinations.

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-santa cristina14Lower school students and their tutors visited Santa Cristina for a day of fun and activities organised to help the students work together in teams.

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