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

We were delighted to have Emanuel School with us for their second family stay school trip to Spain in El Puerto de Santa María.  All students stayed with our fantastic local Spanish Families and enjoyed their various excursions and activities, as well as their Spanish classes. 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? Read More

More Questions for Getting to Know People

One of the most enjoyable things about making trips to other countries is meeting new and interesting people. But what’s the best way of making friends in a foreign country? The same as in your own country — by asking questions! Here are ten more to fuel your future conversations; this week, all focused on preferences.

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Things you need to know to run a school trip abroad

School trips give students a fantastic chance to learn and become more independent. Two key points for a trip are firstly what interested parties (students, SMTs and parents) will take away from the experience and secdondly possible problems that might be encountered. 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? Read More

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

We were delighted to have Headington Girls School with us on their fourth school trip to Spain in El Puerto de Santa María.  All students stayed in our Spark residence during their time with us, and they enjoyed their various excursions and activities, as well as their Spanish classes. Read more!

 

School Tours Abroad in a Post-Brexit World

School tours abroad can change a student’s life. They give insights into another culture, allow immersion in a foreign language, shake up one’s way of thinking, and potentially spark a lifelong love of travel. And right now, as Britain prepares to leave the European Union after 44 years of membership, it has never been more important for British students to experience life on the continent. Read More