Gosfied School Trip to Spain 17

gosfield school trip to spain

School Trip to Spain: Andalusia and El Puerto de Santa Maria

Gosfield School February 17

We had an absolutely great time this February with the Gosfield students and their lovely teacher Eva. The Gosfield A-Level Students were placed with our local families and had a great time learning Spanish, doing city trips and getting to know Spanish family life. Both the families and our chaperone had only good things to say about the students efforts using Spanish and great behaviour in general. ingesmall We are delighted you all had a nice time and learned lots of Spanish. We hope to see you again next year 🙂

Inge Hol – Director of Educational programmes


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Una semana maravillosa para ser febrero. Visitamos el monumento más antiguo de la ciudad, el Castillo de San Marcos, también la histórica Cádiz y el momento más esperado, los churros con chocolate. Sin duda, los estudiantes se han llevado una buena dosis de felicidad y rayos de sol para afrontar el resto del invierno. ¡Hasta pronto!

Ha sido un placer tener a este grupo con nosotros y espero que hayáis disfrutado chic@s

¡Nos vemos pronto amigos!

Jose– Chaperone y Profesor de Español 

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This tour was a school tour for small groups with family stay, if you are a school wishing to do something similar, please don’t hesitate to ask for a non-committal quote?

“Fantastic attention to detail in all aspects of the trip.. Students enjoyed the lessons very much… Variety of visits and activities, very knowledgeable chaperone! Best school trip ever!! “

– Eva Lopez – Spanish Teacher at Gosfield School

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Student and Teacher Overall Evaluation of School Trip to Spain

We’re proud that all of the students said the best thing about the tour was the Spanish improvement achieved and second the homestay families. Below is the overall grading the students and group leader, Eva, gave the school trip experience in general.


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