YEAR 2019/2020

April 2nd 2020


April 1st is "April's Fool" in France, and the tradition includes joking and sticking paper fish on your friends' or relatives' backs unnoticedly.

French students in 1º, 2º and 3º did it at home yesterday, sticking paper fish on their parent's or siblings' backs and telling them about this tradition.

C'était chouette! Ils se sont bien amusés!


March 11th 2020

Organised by the French Department 

French Women that make or made History.

An exhibition you can't miss!

March 11th 2020

Our 3º ESO students spent three days in 

Sierra Nevada, to ski (or learn how to ski)... But too much sport is tiring, so they also went to Science Park.

Not so cold in there!!!! 

(Images by  Pedro and videos by  José Luis)

March 6th 2020

A Journey to Prehistory

with 1º ESO students

Thanks to Albanta Educación monitors, who helped our students by means of participative workshops to know about Prehistoric lifestyle: housing, food, art, beliefs, tools...  

February 21st 2020

Today, eight 1º Bachillerato Science students attended the 

Regional Phase of the 11th Geology Olympics.

They made a big effort but also had a GREAT TIME. 

(Images by Lupe L.)  

21st February 2020

A less ghostly walk for 1ºC and 1ºF:

Hiking across Rabel Plains

An easy trail, inside the Grazalema Natural Park, where they could see Spanish firs and, at the background, the Torreón peak.

(Images by Pedro B.)

February 21st 2020

As 1ºC students also like spirits, especially if they are inside books, last Thursday they went to second-hand "Planeta ZOCAr" Bookshop, in case they met one.

February 21st 2020

French students from 3º A, B, E and F visited CaixaForum exhibition in Seville last Wednesday

"The Spirit of Montmartre

in times of Toulouse-Lautrec"

And to keep the French spirit alive, they went to eat some croissants after that...

(Images by Esperanza V.)

February 21st 2020

Escape Room with 4º ESO students at the gym

After watching this video , students had to look for clues and guess the secret key to deactivate a bomb planted by terrorists. 

February 10th 2020

Visiting our Religious Heritage with 3ºB

Last February 4th, Religion students of 3ºB visited Las Angustias and San Miguel churches, so as to know about their religious heritage: paintings, sculptures, altarpieces ... And, of course, their architecture.

(Images by Rocío P.)

February 7th 2020

 Around Cadiz with 4th ESO students

4th ESO students went on a tour in Cadiz yesterday, walking along old streets, beside the city walls and they visited San Felipe Neri Chapel (cradle of 1812 Constitution) and Saint Cave Chapel. 

(Images by  José M. and Plácido)

January 25th 2020


Savater people in the Opera



Last Wednesday 22nd, some of our 4th ESO students attended the rehearsal of "The Magic Flute", an opera by Mozart. 

It was an opportunity to enjoy both music and the performance of our 2nd Bachillerato student Rocío and our alumna Paula. (Even Mila, a member of the Savater family who puts up with our Headmaster at weekends and on holidays)

January 23rd 2020

Our 1st Bachillerato Science students have visited today

The Royal Navy Observatory


The Pantheon of Distinguished Sailors

in San Fernando, where they learnt about  Geophysics or Seismology, about space junk, artificial satellites control or nautical almanacs... and that the official time in Spain is given by the Royal Observatory. They knew about important sailors' lives and, above all, they have seen 

Newton's Principia !

(Images by Nieves)

January 22nd 2020

What is my Degree for next year?

A visit to UCA with 2nd Bachillerato students. 

There is little more than 4 months for the end of the School Year for 2nd Bachillerato students and they start to be torn by doubts... "What's my Degree for next year?" .

Maybe a visit to UCA can shed a light....

(Images by  Lupe, Esperanza and Raúl)

January 18th 2020

A walk around Madrid with 2nd Bachillerato

A cultural visit to Madrid with students of 2nd Bachillerato on the 13th, 14th and 15th of January. 

There was enough time for Prado Museum, Parliament, Archaeological Museum, Habsburgs Quarter, Almudena Cathedral... 


December 22nd 2019

Climate Graphs Exhibition, by students in 1D, 1E and 1F

December 5th 2019

Our Solar System, by students from 1C and 1D

December 5th 2019

Our students of 3A, 3E and 3F,  together with their teachers Lupe, Dani and Jose went yesterday to a day trip to 


EL PINSAPAR: a millennial forest.

Because of its uniqueness, the "pinsapo" has become the emblem of this natural park. It belongs to one of the nine species of fir trees that live in the mountains that surround the Mediterranean. Specifically, this is only found in Andalusia in the Serranía de Ronda and the Sierra de Grazalema, where it extends over more than 400 hectares over the Sierra del Pinar. They are usually located on northern slopes, protected from excessive sunstroke and the consequent loss of moisture, which generates a dense and shady forest in which the specimens compete for light, leaving their lower branches without leaves and a small undergrowth, exclusive for a few species.


It was described for science by the Swiss botanist Edmund Boissier, in his work "Botanical Journey through the South of Spain" in 1838. Boissier contacted Pablo Prolongo and Félix Haenseler, two pharmacists from Malaga, very fond of botany, who showed their herbariums. In them, Boissier could see for the first time pinsapo branches and needles, thinking that it could be a new species for science, what he corroborated, later, in his fieldwork. Pinsapo forests were much more widespread millions of years ago, when weather conditions were very different from today. It is, therefore, a vestige of those times, a botanical jewel restricted to a very small distribution area.

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(Images by Lupe, José and Dani)

December 1st 2019

1st  Bachillerato

Cooper Test

Our 1st Bachillerato students moved to Chapin facilities last Thursday to carry out the Coopert Test... and all of them came back safe and sound, but a little bit tired. (The test is an endurance race based on running as much as possible in 12 minutes time with a constant speed). 

November 26th 2019


Against Gender Violence

Yesterday, November 25th, we held the International Day Against Gender Violence. These last two weeks, we have prepared a mural to celebrate this day and make our students aware that WE ARE ALL THE SAME= BOYS AND GIRLS.

And we also listened to the "Rap for Equality"....

Video and pictures offered by  Nieves

November 20th 2019


One more year, last November 14th, the Geography and History Department, with 2nd Bachillerato students, paid a visit to San Felipe Neri Chapel and History Museum, so as to know first hand the historical places related to the Cortes and Cadiz Constitution of  1812.

The activity was completed with a pleasant walk through the city centre, visiting the historical Apolo Café, meeting place for constitutional deputies, San Antonio Square, where the first National Lottery took place and the Monument to 1812 Constitution in España Square.

Congratulations to our studets for their interest and attitude!!

(Images by  Esperanza V.)

November 14th 2019

November 16th. "FLAMENCO DAY"

Images by Penélope P.

November 14th 2019

Biology Projects made by students in

3rd E  (Animal Cell) and

4th A & C (DNA)

October 29th 2019


HALLOWEEN                     AND OTHERS... 

October 25th 2019

2nd ESO

Students of 2nd ESO B, C, D & E, with teachers Dani, Pedro, Rosa and Irene tok part in the activity "Hiking and canyoning in River Guadalmina", in Benahavís (Málaga);

an exhausting day as they left at 7.30 am and got back after 8 pm. (But still they had a great time!!)

Images by Irene C.,  Rosa M. and PROEMA 

October 21st 2019

Last Wednesday, October 16th, most of our 4th ESO students took part in the Seventh Edition of Cadiz #cardiomaratón061, to celebrate the European Day of Awareness of the Cardiac Arrest.

Here you are some pictures of your school mates.

(Images by Víctor J.)