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The Olympic spirit comes to Laude
This Wednesday, nine local colleges competed in the first Costa del Sol International Colleges Primary Athletics competition, organised by Laude San Pedro International College.
Our Athletes all competed in a mini pentathlon comprising of running, jumping and throwing events, all superbly organised and run by our very able Year 9 students. The day was rounded off with an exciting team relay.
When the overall results were added up, Laude D team found themselves ahead of the rest, allowing Noah, Jonathan, Mathias, Mia and Ainhoa to walk away with gold medals and a trophy for the Laude team, Colegio Alboran won the silver medal and Sotogrande International the bronze.
Our next event is the Secondary Athletics championships, at Malaga University on Thursday May 16th.
The secondary team has a lot to live up to.
Ms O. Garcia – Head of PE
Manilva TV Morning Shows
During the last couple of months, teachers and students of Laude San Pedro have been invited to the studios of Radio & Television Manilva to be interviewed by the staff journalists about various aspects of life at our school, live, in the morning broadcast programme called De Buena Mañana. Each programme has been devoted to a different theme, and we have discussed, in Spanish, our school generally, our Spanish Language programmes, our mathematics programmes and Danzart’s performances. The programmes are between 15 and 30 minutes and feature some of our students. They are well worth watching!
As part of our Music activities, last 14th of February, the 2º ESO class went to a flamenco workshop in San Pedro de Alcántara.
It was an enriching and educational experience for the students of Laude San Pedro and it gave them the chance to learn more about flamenco, considered by UNESCO to be an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity and an Ethnological Cultural Heritage of Andalusia.
Marbella Carnival Parade 2013
The Carnival is one of Spain’s best-loved traditions, and is seen as an explosion of colour and costume in the early Spring sunshine which Marbella and San Pedro are enjoying. This year, Laude San Pedro International College took a float, full of its talented dancers and singers and performers, dressed in fantastic costumes.
These are some of our many dedicated children who give their time and effort to the Performance Arts in our school. None of it would have been possible without the dedication of Karen Guarnieri, our DANZART head, whose inspiration translates into spectacular and professional performances. Look at the excitement these kids are enjoying in the photos below!
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