During the day a fun activity included a reading dash between the classes, where class teachers, dressed in costume!!!
The most sought-after trips during the month of February according to the Swedish travel site Resfeber.se show that Spain is at the top, followed by Thailand, Turkey, and the USA.
Branding affects how people perceive your business: it can drive new customers and increase awareness.
"Mallorcan kids rarely get snow days, but they seem to love the winter weather even more than I did"
They have investigated the lives of leaders and politicians such as Barak and Michelle Obama and Martin Luther King and astronauts such as Mae Jemison.
Our Academy teachers also brought their classes outside for more physical activities and follow up lessons.
In English the children have created their own Roman Gods and have been writing character descriptions.
The children used design technology to construct their own celtic roundhouses and were very pleased with the final results.
“I just wish I could take a boat and go out on the sea and breath some fresh air long way from the city and the crowd”
The parades were distanced without the cheers from the parents but it was still a memorable day for everyone.
Rafa Nadal International School was resplendent with colour, costumes and carnival fever this week.
The images are so powerful that we will be publishing a book available to parents and the local community.
“Jessika what is going on with the restrictions in Mallorca? Can we book and come to see you now?”
A huge thank you to The Academy school community on the tremendous support for the fundraising activities on Thursday 4th February.
Now the frogs are ready to fill up with pencils to use and bring a smile.
A school garden offers opportunities to teach life skills such as gardening and cooking and encourages healthy eating in Children.
It seems like a lot of the Scandinavians that decide to move to Mallorca from up north, bring with them loads of experience in health and ways of better living.
"Many of us have come to feel like we’re actually... repeating the same at-first seemingly tedious day over and over."
Check out the latest News from The Academy International School including new equipment and a mini-beast hunt.
The children decided to find out which material would be the most waterproof material for an umbrella to keep a penguin dry.
Here is a useful guide for citizens’ rights for UK Nationals covered by the Withdrawal Agreement.
Sport is a great way to stay healthy and our pupils enjoy a break from the classroom by having tennis lessons from the coaches.
Today we interview Duncan Giles, Professor of Business Studies, who wants to inspire a strong sense of responsibility and work ethic to his students.
This week find out about the Scandinavian legend that has to do about almond flowers!