Miss Lynn's class thought about what they wanted to be when they grew up, and how everyone from the different professions can work together.
The Aloha College Choir began its Xmas performances last week at the Palacio de Congresos, in aid of Cáritas, and at the Bel Air Tennis Club. Their next performance will be at the school’s Xmas Bazaar on 1 December. A parent whose daughter is new to the choir was most impressed at the quality and “professionalism” of the singing.
Language B Students from Year 13 visited Gibraltar on 20 November as part of the Travel option of their IB English course. The aim of the day was to find out how Gibraltarian culture and lifestyle differed to that of Spain.
Years 2 to 6 have elected a School Council to ensure their opinions are heard. The School Council meet regularly with teachers to discuss new ideas and ways that the school could be made even better, as well as coming up with plans on how to put these into effect. They can be contacted via suggestion boxes around school and are all full of interesting ideas!