It appears that the two high-schools in Almuñécar are not happy bunnies over the decision to make IES Puerta del Mar into one, as well.
Christmas and New Year are well over, January has flown by and we are already into February, and talking about the next events to come, and this year we are trying a few new ideas.
Parents, teachers and pupils had a bit of a fright at a Motril school when a man shouted, “We’re going to invade this land and impose Islam.”
The Asociación de Madres y Padres de Alumnos (AMPA) at the IES Puerta del Mar in Almuñécar are now happy bunnies. The reason? Because the school will soon be providing high-school education after operating as a junior secondary school since it opened seven years ago.
The Almuñécar secondary school, IES Al Andalus, has played host to a group of teachers from The Queen Katherine, in Kendal, in Cumbria, UK.