Annual Events

Activities and Annual Events

We encourage our students to look further than themselves and their school and to take an interest in the wider community and global issues. We celebrate a number of diverse and inclusive activities some of which are detailed below.


The pupils share what they have learnt with students and parents in our weekly assemblies. It is a perfect opportunity to develop self- confidence, display drama and acting skills and speak in public.

Theatrical productions in Primary and Secondary

Primary and Secondary students prepare theatrical performances which are performed in school. Some events we performed in previous years have included “Oliver”, “Joseph and the amazing techni coloured dreamcoat” and “Alice in Wonderland”. To act, dance and sing in public is a wonderful and very valuable experience for the children.


This is one of our biggest celebrations of the school year. The Infant and Primary departments come to school dressed in Halloween costumes and we celebrate with activities, games, and parties.. The highlight is our evening is the Halloween Disco where the school community comes together to raise funds for charity. There are games, bouncy castles, fancy dress competitions and a raffle. This event has proved a favourite with the students, staff and parents.


We have various Christmas celebrations in each department with the highlight being the visit to the Early Years, Infant and Primary department of Santa Claus. The school community gathers for a variety of events, where the Primary department and their teachers sing Christmas Carols in a special assembly and the Early Years and Key Stage 1 departments also delight parents and staff alike with their yearly Christmas productions.

Canary Day –

At the end of May each year we celebrate Canary Day, “Día de Canarias”. As part of the celebrations the students learn about the culture, history and traditions of the Canary Islands. Students come to school dressed in traditional costumes.

They show their skills in Canarian dancing, sports and typical games that have continued and thrived from generation to generation.

Parents are invited to join us for our commemorative assembly and celebration where they enjoy the culinary delights of typical Canarian food.

Carnival –

Each spring we celebrate Carnival with parties where staff and students alike dress up in festive costumes. Parents are encouraged to join us in the fun as our school community enjoys a visit from the local clowns and a variety of age appropriate events.

Graduation –

At the end of each academic year we have a graduation ceremony for those students completing each stage /department of their education. We celebrate their success with parents in special assemblies where the students receive their diplomas.

There is a special graduation ceremony for our Y13 students as they complete this stage of education and prepare to start their university studies either here in Spain, Europe or further afield. 

Over the year we also celebrate:

– Term 1 –

Black History Month
Hello Yellow Mental Health Day
Poetry Day
Remembrance Day
Friendship Week
Day of tolerance
International Day
St Andrew’s Day
Christmas Jumper Day

– Term 2 –

Spanish Peace Day (30th January)
Safer Internet Day
Pink Shirt Day – Anti Bullying
World Book Day 
St David’s Day
Father’s Day 
St patrick’s Day

– Term 3 –

Earth day
St. George’s Day
Mother’s Day 
World Bee Day
Dia de canarias
World Oceans Day
Race Against Hunger (sport activity to raise funds for an international charity Action against Hunger)