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Primary go "Around the World"

At King's College Alicante the Primary pupils have been celebrating a special week with a geography theme. During the week titled "Around the World" we have been celebrating cultural diversity and improving our geographical knowledge; thinking about different cultures and traditions.
Throughout the week children completed various activities linked to the countries they were studying, tasks included cookery, craft, art, computing, dance, poetry writing and much more. Younger classes and older classes joined together to share their learning, the pupils really loved this!  
At the end of our special week we held our “Around the World” themed Carnival day. Classes paraded around the school wearing costumes linked to countries studied and each year group shared a picnic following the same theme.
At KCA we frequently hold special themed events, when pupils can make links between the subjects they study in a fun and creative way.  
Photos from our geography week can be viewed by clicing the link. PHOTOS

It's a Small World

Whatever the weather, our young learners are always ready to explore their outdoor learning environment.
On our playgground they can develop and master a variety of skills which will give them a great start to their school learning journey.
What do they do?
In the kitchen role play area the children have been writing down orders and preparing ‘food’ for the customers waiting patiently for their meal. They have been developing their English through recreating real life experiences such as working at home from their computer in a relaxed atmosphere. Some children like to build with lego; while this is a fun activity, it also strengthens muscles in their fingers which helps them hold a pencil and become fabulous writers. The children have been working on their language skills through acting out scenarios with the small world people and animals. We found that the bikes brought in opportunities to collaborate through working as a team. When the bikes ‘break’ we can even take them to the garage to get repaired. First the mechanic must make an assessment to work out how to fix it. Sometimes it is nice to sit and play board games such as snakes and ladders. Good friends have been taking turns to roll the die and using their maths to count as they move along.
We are proud of our little learners in Reception and are pleased with how much learning they get out of their play experiences every day at King's.

Eco warriors

Our new team of Eco Warriors, the Primary Councillors from all the "C" classes did their first walk of the term.
They reported that "Overall - classes are doing really well."
The team walk around the Primary School with Mrs Gandhi to check how eco friendly each class are being.  They check that during lunch time we are switching lights off to save electricity, they look for recycling bags in classrooms, they also report if heating is on but windows are open etc
After this walk all classes were reminded  "If you spot any dripping taps which seem to drip even if they are not on please let maintenance know." 

Well done Eco Warriors!  

Book, stories and reading

At KCA all of our pupils are encouraged to listen to stories and to read regularly. This helps our pupils learn new vocabulary and new sentence structures, they can start to “borrow” these and use them in their spoken English and as they grow older in their written English too. To help you child at…


House Captains

At the start of each new school year the Year 6 pupils elect House Captains, children who they feel will do a good job representing each house. The following pupils have been nominated captains and over the course of the year these students will help to represent their houses at KCA.   Earth house: Pablo…


Optional Activities

We are approaching the end of the academic year and May has been a month full of events in which our Optional Activities Pupils have taken part. In the May Fair some of the girls enrolled in Ballet performed a part of the Ballet Piece “The sound of Music”, awarded with the first prize in…


Nursery Assemblies

As the year draws to an end we love seeing how much our youngest pupils have grown and developed since joining us in September. Our three Nursery classes presented their class assemblies last week, each audience enjoyed a the lovely signing, dancing and English. Stars in the making! Nursery K photos Nursery C photos…


Fundraising for Nazareth

On Monday 15th May 2017, children from Nazareth, a charitable education provider in Alicante, received a cheque for 750 Euros. The cheque was presented by Miguel and Lucia in 6A, who are the Co-chairs of the Primary School Council.  The money was raised jointly by The School Council and Year 6 by selling chocolate cakes…


Chess Tournament

On the 13th May 2017 some of King’s College Alicante students took part in the Chess tournament held in Mutxamel. A total of 134 children competed and our pupil Álvaro won all the matches and was the winner in his age group, U-6. In U-12 another King’s College Alicante pupil, Paula, was championship. Congratulations to…


May Fair 2017

On Saturday 20th May, after months of behind the scene preparation we opened the school gates for our second May Fair. We were delighted that so many families came to support this event; a time not only to raise money for a good cause but also an opportunity for KCA staff, pupils and families to…