We are proud to announce that the Class of 2022 have secured a 100% IB pass rate with 9 students scoring over 40 points.
Roni, Nabil, Samuel, Mencia, Lucia, Felipe, Seve, Mia and Pauline are amongst the top 10% of all IB students worldwide.
Our 50th-anniversary gala was a showcase of not only our work from this past, very special, year. But also everything that has been achieved throughout the past 50 years.
We filled the Palacio de Congresos in Marbella with nearly 1200 people, including students, teachers, families, alumni and so many more well-wishers.
We all enjoyed a very special #graduation ceremony at the beautiful Finca la Concepción last Thursday. Students, families and teachers united to share words and memories of these students' years at Swans.
They have persevered through COVID restrictions, and we will be very excited to see some new names added to our #InternationalBaccalaureate 40 Points Board next month.
We knew that it was going to be good... But we couldn't have believed that it was going to be THIS good! We are still reliving moments from the Swans School musical production of Grease.
Over 500 people attended the show at the Palacio de Congresos in Marbella on Thursday evening to enjoy live music with acting, singing and dancing plus the stunning staging created by our art department.
We expect our Swans School students to take pride in their appearance, and so we have carefully chosen uniforms that are both smart and modern.
As this has been a very short half-term, it seems only yesterday that I was last writing to you, but I am spoilt for content as so much has been going on in such a short space of time.
We have had a wonderful half term and so there is lots to share and celebrate in our end of term letter.
Children from Y2 to Y6 took part in the annual, worldwide Times Tables competition held by TT Rock Stars. The competition lasted 3 days, during which Swans climbed the table, finishing 6th out of 292 schools from across the world! The competition was fierce with over 41 million questions answered collectively by 61,879 pupils from more than 292 schools and 5,798 classes around the world!