NAGA Malaga Saga

14jun2018-nagaOur brothers in arms, Argímíro and Hugo Domínguez Gao, made a return to the podium on Saturday 2nd June. As the North American Grappling Association held their latest event, in Andalucia's Málaga. With Hugo picking up a gold medal and younger brother Argí, a bronze.

Silver Story

12jun2018-silver-storyThis great experience began when writing an entry for the Coca-Cola Young Short Story Writing Competition. All the entrants were instructed to mention a compass and the phrase: "It was a strange object, but beautiful." I was delighted to finish second as I was competing against many children from all over the province.

Masha Nuez Vostokov (Y9)

 

By the Book

12jun2018-by-the-bookThis is the second year that I've competed the Bibliozona contest. We read the books and then read them again. This meant we were able to successfully answer the questions and reach the final.

I'd be happy to go along to Bibliozona 2019 and I don't think I'm the only one. It's exciting to have a day out, battling against other teams to see who has paid the most attention to the book. I'm already feeling the buzz of next year's event.

Pablo Goizueta Márquez (Y7MF)

Golden Girl

07may2018-gema-ruizCongratulations to Gema Ruiz Martínez for her gold at Saturday 5th May's Gran Canaria Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship. Gema competes for the Club Deportivo de Gimnasia Rítmica Attenya-Telde. She won her medal in the Absolute category at El Tablero's Municipal Pavilion and is now preparing for the Canary Islands Championship at the end of the month.

Islands fun and games

07jun2018-canariasStudents and teachers from The British School of Gran Canaria celebrated the culture we live in on Tuesday, 29th May, the Día de Canarias. Year 10 students helped to decorate the school with flags, posters encouraging donations to the Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Food Bank, and traditional designs. The parents of Reception's Juan and Martín Castellano Domínguez generously contributed 175€.

Year 10 led a series of special tutor groups, outlining the different activities taking place. The fun started with a quiz where The BSGC's various houses were tested on how much they knew about the islands. Students sold traditional Canarian drinks and sweets during first break.

The day passed by really quickly. The Infants sang and danced to typical Canarian songs, they coloured Canarian decorations and played traditional games. In Primary, students made Canarian puzzles and enjoyed a magic show which took everybody's breath away. In Secondary, students made handicrafts and tried their hand at Canarian wrestling, and stick fighting.

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