Assignments are meant to score you good marks. Assignments are assigned by the professors to their students in order to check and examine how much they have learned and gathered experience. As we all know, an assignment is a task or a piece of work allocated to someone as a part of a job or a course study.
Aristide Boileau, a Year 4 student from Colégio Internacional de Vilamoura (CIV), was distinguished by the National Geographic Learning Team in the "Think Like a Plastic Detective" competition (part of Project Exploration 2.0) with his project for a water purification machine, created from recyclable materials.
A couple of years ago I had dinner with a group of journalists at the Canterbury Marlowe Theatre, that would offer me a piece of information I'd never forget.
"Take care dear teacher, don't leave your home ..."
It's 9:30 am. Ema Costa, a Junior Seconday School student, is sitting facing her computer about to embark on her daily virtual classroom lesson. Google Classroom had previously notified her of the subject task to be completed, its due date and now - with the completed assignment submitted on the platform - she eagerly awaits the opportunity to participate in a short Zoom webcast lesson where she can ask questions and review her work with her peers and teacher.
The NEW Algarve International School is having an Open Day for all children from Year 7 and above, next Wednesday 18th December. The brand new school, located near Vale de Lobo, is set to officially open its doors for the secondary division in January 2020.
Last week, Elizabeth Hurst from Vilamoura International School (CIV) received the Top in the World prize in the “Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards” – Portuguese Foreign Language, a distinction from Cambridge University which recognises the achievements of students who sit Cambridge Exams in more than 40 countries over the world.
The innovative Eupheus school will be a new state of the art, selective International Pre Prep and Preparatory school for 3 to 11 year olds on a purpose built site situated to the south of Loule located a short distance from junction 12 of the A22 motorway.
The school was conceived by a small team of experienced educationalists. One of the visionaries of the original Eupheus concept, Ms Penelope Best, will be Head of School. She is a highly experienced Primary Head, well known for her educational and philanthropic endeavours in the Algarve over the past 18 years.
Vilamoura International school opened another exciting academic year. Over 620 students and 100 staff members, can only ensure another successful year is in the making.
On the 12th September, students arrived for their first day. The excitement was palpable and the chatter, contagious. At the end of the day everyone was treated to a session of live music – appropriate for a perfect day. Students, staff and parents sat on the grass listening to soft, soul music. What a way to begin the year!
- Colégio Internacional de Vilamoura attains excellent results at IGCSE and A Level
- Nobel International School Welcomes New CEO from Singapore
- 'Social responsibility' by Jack Soifer
- Universidade Nova de Lisboa rises in list of world’s 50 best young universities
- British Schools abroad
- GNR teaches safety in the International School, Espiche
- Anti-bullying embassador visits the International School of the Algarve
- International School student wins Cambridge 'Top in the World' Award