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Month: October 2018

Caring for the Environment

29th October 18

On Sunday 28 October, twenty-four dedicated members of the The Lady Elizabeth School ‘Tritones Association’, (dolphin research and environmental care group), braved the cold to participate in the ‘Denia Beach Clean-up’. Over 70 people volunteered for the Beach Clean-up including the Red Cross, local Police, kayaking companies, Town Council Workers, independent volunteers and people just…

Year 11 – Year 13 Geography Field Trip

24th October 18

Year 11, 12 and 13 students went on a field trip to Valencia on Tuesday to work on their fieldwork techniques. These techniques are essential for their final exams, especially at A Level, where they have to do their own personal investigation which amounts to 20% of their final mark. Whilst in Valencia, they looked…

Bay Radio Interview – Mr Hollingworth

24th October 18

Physics and Marine Science teacher, Russell Hollingworth, in his capacity as Marine Biologist and PADI Dive Instructor, was part of the ‘Feel Good Friday’ show on Bay Radio last Friday. The presenters, Kal and Rosy were delighted to interview Mr Hollingworth due to his excellent knowledge about Marine Biology and in particular his continuing research…

Lady Elizabeth Sport Benitatxell

24th October 18

Teams from Lady Elizabeth Sport Benitatxell are excited to have received their calendars outlining the competition dates. The football Benjamin teams will have their first league match at ‘Las Mezquides’ in Javea Port on Sunday October 28. The Benjamin team will play at 9 o’clock against ‘Penya la Marina’ and Pre-Benjamín at 12 o’clock against…

GLIFING – Spanish Reading Methodology Workshop for Parents

24th October 18

Several parents attended an informative presentation about Spanish reading methodology, ‘GLIFING’. Teachers running the workshop explained the method and how they could assist their children with the programme. They were shown video presentations on the method and the different activities that could be done. Parents who were not able to attend can go to the…

High Achievement Cambridge Award

24th October 18

One of our Year 13 pupils from last year, Cynthia Castro, received a prestigious award from Cambridge Assessment International Education to acknowledge her outstanding performance in Marine Science during the June examination period.  The Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards programme celebrates the success of learners taking Cambridge examinations in over 40 countries around the world.  These…

University Fair – A Huge Success

21st October 18

The Lady Elizabeth School Hosts an Informative University Fair for Students and Parents The Lady Elizabeth School, was delighted to host their II University Fair. Despite the weather, which prevented some universities from attending, the event was extremely successful with 14 Universities from Spain and as far afield as the UK attending the event. Students,…

Year 4 Teacher, Nicola Baker, to Visit Finnish Schools

20th October 18

Finland has for many years now been acknowledged as delivering one of the best education systems in the world. It has therefore, for a long time, been a dream of mine to visit Finnish schools to see what they are doing there that makes their education so great. So, when ISP announced the Federico Olivie…

Marine Science and Tritones Association

9th October 18

Last Friday four of our Year 12 Marine Science students attended a presentation from the Captain of the Spanish Oceanographic survey vessel, Malaespina, which has been surveying in the local area. The coastguard from Altea invited us on their boat to greet the Malaespina as it arrived in Altea and to also make a quick…

Coaches from the Valencian Hockey Federation Visit the Secondary School

9th October 18

Students enjoyed playing hockey under the guidance of coaches from the Hockey Federation in Valencia. They learnt new skills and had the opportunity to try a sport that maybe they haven’t played before. Thank you to the Coaches from the Hockey Federation in Valencia for giving up their valuable time to give students the chance…