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Year 11 Drama - GCSE Practical Examination

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Over the last two months, the Year 11 Drama group have been preparing for their second GCSE practical examination with myself and Miss Jackson. On Wednesday 19th February, a visiting examiner from Pearson and an invited audience were treated to an extremely high standard of performances from our students.   They each performed two monologues from their chosen play texts including: Educating…

GCSE and A-Level Drama students attended the opening night of The Secret Garden

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On Wednesday 12th February, the GCSE and A-Level Drama students attended the opening night of the Salon Varietes production of The Secret Garden, based on the book by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Becoming theatre critics once more, the performance would allow them to prepare for the written components of the syllabus as this enchanting story of magic, hope and friendship provided lots of visual stimulation…

Careers Week Activities

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As part of our Careers Week activities, we were very fortunate to welcome a number of our current parents into school to talk to our students about their careers, and give an insight into the huge range of potential working environments our students have in front of them. From backgrounds including film production, TV, finance and economics, entrepreneurship and IT, our students were given a fascinating…

COBIS Student World Debating Competition 2020

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Wednesday 5th February saw students from 15 schools in 11 different countries descend on sunny Marbella for the eighth annual COBIS Student World Debating Competition. And what a competition it turned out to be! When planning for this event began in earnest last year, EIC’s aims were focused not solely on catering for high-levels of rigorous debate but also on providing participants from all schools…

Primary International Schools Cross Country Competition - 2020

What an amazing day we had on Wednesday; the weather could not have been kinder to us. After having to postpone the event by a week, thanks to Storm Gloria, we were delighted that the sun chose to come out and the conditions at the beach were absolutely perfect. The children have been working so hard in the lead up to this event, which was the first ever Primary International Schools Cross Country…

The La Concha Challenge 2020

Sunday 19th January saw the P.E. Department return to a familiar foe. The La Concha mountain that adorns the skyline of Marbella, from whichever angle you choose to approach, is a domineering and intimidating structure. Mythological folklore has it that it has, in the past, been rechristened the ¨Mother in Law¨ due to her dominating aspect and panoramic, somewhat permanent, surveillance over the entire…

Primary Inter House Cross Country Competition

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We have been blessed with great weather this week for our Primary Inter House Cross Country competition. The event was held at the beach this year to help prepare the students for the International Schools Competition next week. The setting was magical and the children really enjoyed being on the sand. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the children for the amount of effort and enthusiasm…

The COBIS World Debating Championship 2020

The COBIS World Debating Championship 2020

Save the date for the COBIS World Debating Championship 2020: 7-8th February (Open to all on Saturday the 8th).Hosted here at The English International College, we will be welcoming debating teams from around the world. All are welcome to come and witness impressive young debaters showcase their mental agility while tackling a broad and multi-faceted range of topics beyond the normal academic sphere,…

12th Polar Bear - 2019

Throughout time and history the number 12 has always held a special reserve of significance. In the North of Ireland, where I was born, the 12th of July causes annual conjecture, while the knights of the round table felt more secure in this even number. Indeed, as we approached Christmas, the 12 day run up is a historic, annual phenomenon! I suppose therefore we should all have known that the 12th…

Year 6 Students Helping Elderly Citizens

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When Year 6 students were given the brief to their Primary Project back at the end of September, one of the points that was raised was asking them to do something that went beyond the project and the exhibition; to get involved and take action for a sustained period of time and really make a difference. Well, Nicolas and Marcos did just that! For those of you who were lucky enough to come along at…

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