Jokes are a fun way to learn more about how a language works, as many of them rely on the subtleties of words and wordplay. This teaches students more about how to use the language, as well as hopefully raising a smile. Why not read a joke out in class and see who can translate it first? Read More

Jokes are a fun way to learn more about how a language works, as many of them rely on the subtleties of words and wordplay. This teaches students more about how to use the language, as well as hopefully raising a smile. Why not read a joke out in class and see who can translate it first? Read More

If you had been at the international languages convention Expolingua Berlin this year, you would have seen a repeated image on the walls and on the programmes: human lips painted in the bright colours of international flags. Read More

Start the week with a Spanish joke!

Jokes are a fun way to learn more about how a language works, as many of them rely on the subtleties of words and wordplay. This teaches students more about how to use the language, as well as hopefully raising a smile. Why not read a joke out in class and see who can translate it first? Read More

Start the week with a Spanish joke!

Jokes are a fun way to learn more about how a language works, as many of them rely on the subtleties of words and wordplay. This teaches students more about how to use the language, as well as hopefully raising a smile. Why not read a joke out in class and see who can translate it first?

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Learning Spanish in a post-Brexit Britain

The British Council recently released a report, entitled “Languages of the Future”, about the foreign languages that will be most important for the United Kingdom in the years following Brexit. These languages were chosen “based on economic, geopolitical, cultural and educational factors”, and the first language on the list was Spanish, in front of other European languages such as French and German, and Asian languages such as Mandarin and Arabic. Read More

School Trip to Spain: Andalusia and El Puerto de Santa Maria
Channing School November 2017

Channing school took a school trip to El Puerto de Santa María in November and was welcomed in our beautiful Spark residence where they also took Spanish classes to practice their skills. During their visit, Channing school had the opportunity to experience the beauty of Spain through cultural activities, food and trips around Andalucia. Read more!

Start the week with a Spanish joke!

Jokes are a fun way to learn more about how a language works, as many of them rely on the subtleties of words and wordplay. This teaches students more about how to use the language, as well as hopefully raising a smile. Why not read a joke out in class and see who can translate it first? Read More

School Trip to Spain: Andalusia and El Puerto de Santa Maria
Channing School November 2017

Channing school spend some time with us in  El Puerto de Santa María in November for a school trip to Spain.  The school stayed in the beautiful Spark residence where they also took Spanish classes to practice their skills. During their visit, the school participated in a variety of activities, visited famous cities in Andalucia and took a taste of living as locals for a week. Read more!

School Trip to Spain: Andalusia and El Puerto de Santa Maria
Channing School November 2017

Channing school visited us in  El Puerto de Santa María in November for a school trip to Spain.  During their visit, the school was welcomed to the lovely  Spark residence, where they stayed. The school group had the opportunity to explore the local area of El Puerto, go on trips to Seville and Cadiz, taste the delicious food of Andalucia and live like locals for a week.  Read more!