Cognita ‘Light Up Learning’ Day was a global campaign aimed at raising awareness of poverty and air pollution across different parts of the world. The British School of Barcelona and 50 Cognita schools worldwide joined together to do their bit to light up the world on Friday 29th March.
The fair is one of the school’s main events, alongside the Spanish Universities Fair in January. Both fairs are part of the extensive Pre-University Mentoring Programme to help our students make informed decisions about their academic and professional future once they complete their schooling.
44 students from BSB took part in the largest Sports Tour the school has undertaken so far. 3 Rugby fixtures and 2 Netball fixtures were represented by u11 and u12s rugby teams, and the Netball was played between u14 and u16 teams.
Twelve students from BSB have received prestigious awards from Cambridge Assessment International Education to acknowledge their outstanding performance in the June and November 2018 Cambridge examination series.
The newspaper’s annual ranking has singled out The British School of Barcelona among the best 30 international schools in Spain, among only four selected in the whole of Catalonia. This is a recognition of the outstanding performance of our school.
The seminar covered many different skills: from time management, to study timetables, how to gauge motivation, tips for preparation excellence before and during the exam. handling distracting technology and managing stress.
“We count on the stakeholders to agree on the school’s strategy and values”, Jon Locke, Principal of The British School of Barcelona for the special issue of La Vanguardia featuring the best educational centres in Catalonia.
The workshop focused on how to change our approaches to digital learning at all our Cognita schools to equip our students with the skills and mindset needed to take full advantage of the support digital learning can provide them with.
The British School of Barcelona has just launched the 12th edition of the Language Assistance (LA) Programme, by which Pre-University students volunteer as language assistants to support younger pupils local schools with their learning of English.