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CLIL at San Pedro Pascual School

By Maribel Durá CLIL is an acronym whose meaning is: Content and Language Integrated Learning. CLIL methodology has been implemented in San Pedro Pascual School for the last two years…

American Stories in Valencia

American Stories in Valencia

Where’s Freddy? We live in a global village, but some people are more global than others; meet Ree Gillett. Freddy the Frog is a character from a children’s book written…

Campanar: an International Valencian School

Campanar: an International Valencian School

Ever since I have lived in Valencia, since 1981, I have been involved with schools, and if there is one that springs to mind when talking about internationalization, it is,…

Caxton College: A Question of Passion

Caxton College: A Question of Passion

Since what Shakespeare called the ‘happy few’ started an educational adventure in 1987, Caxton College has become an educational icon of internationalism in the Valencian Community, and in Spain. When…

The American School of Valencia.

The American School of Valencia.

Its resources and results are excellent; but that is not the secret of the success of the American School of Puzol. When I was a schoolboy, and innocent in the…

FSU Chooses VLC

FSU Chooses VLC

American students choose Valencia (ok, and London and Florence too) for their ‘European’ experience. London, Florence and Valencia are all delightful cities with many attractions for tourists. Another thing that…

Rana: You’ve Got a Bookshop

Rana: You’ve Got a Bookshop

Not every shop is closing down due to the crisis; American-owned Rana bookshop has celebrated its first anniversary in Valencia. In the film ‘You’ve Got Mail’ Meg Ryan’s friendly bookshop…

Making English easy in Spain

Making English easy in Spain

It is not often that a book comes along that not only changes your life but which also makes you laugh. This isn’t such a book, but it’s worth buying…