Why Teachers Should Go on a School Tour to Spain

Top five benefits for a teacher in doing a school tour

Why Students Should Go on a School Tour to Spain

Top five reasons students should go on a school tour

Channing – School Trip to Spain- Oct 2017

School Trip to Spain: Andalusia and El Puerto de Santa Maria Channing School October 2017 Channing School visited us in El Puerto de Santa María in October for a school trip to Spain. During their visit, the school group stayed… Read More

Oakield Preparatory: School trip to Spain

Oakfield Prep School trip to El Puerto in Andalusia in May. Visits to Cadiz, Sevilla and cultural activities like flamenco class and cooking class.

The Educational Goals of a School Trip

Here’s why you should make a school trip to Spain with your Spanish class

Why School Tours Abroad are More Important than Ever

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.

Getting to Know Someone in Spanish: Part 3

Ten more questions for getting to know someone in Spanish

The Four Parts of Learning Spanish

Some tips on different ways to practise Spanish

Cadiz, the City next door

Spark is fairly close to many amazing cities, such as Cadiz. Here are some of the city’s highlights.

Spanish School Tours

Top Tips for Travelling Abroad

Travelling to a different country is a big deal. Here are some tips for how to make the most of it

Spanish Public Holidays

The Spanish celebrate many different public holidays through the year, some of which are unique to Spain.

El Puerto, the Home of Spark Spanish

For teachers considering a school trip to El Puerto de Santa Maria, here are a few facts about the beautiful town that Spark calls home