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Time To SHINE: The School In Mijas With An Open, Welcoming And Child-Centred Approach. – Olive Press News Spain

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SHINE is a British primary school based in Mijas that offers unique and forward-thinking learning experiences. This is a safe space where your child’s curiosity and excitement will be encouraged with carefully designed projects which are themed around global and interesting topics within The International Primary Curriculum.

What makes SHINE stand out is its open, welcoming, and personal approach toward each individual student’s learning, helping them to grow up to be this generation’s bright future. The school approaches the English National Curriculum with creativity, focusing on project-based learning, crafted to stimulate the children’s excitement to learn.

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SHINE is not a traditional primary school in either its approach or its environment. Current educational thinking is at the heart of the SHINE team’s work, and they acknowledge the importance of thinking outside the box and remaining mindful of the impact the educational experiences they provide will have on your children. As well as stretching children academically, they pave the way towards personal growth, self-esteem and confidence as well as towards becoming contributing members of our international community.

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Family, whatever its size or shape, is of huge importance at SHINE. The staff work alongside parents, always listening and providing guidance where appropriate, to ensure the highest quality experiences for all the children and their families.

The SHINE team is extremely proud of the work they do and the happiest of their children and would be delighted to invite you to visit and experience a true SHINE welcome.

Please contact us to arrange a visit and learn more about how we can help you all to SHINE.

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Acosol To Cut Water Supplies In Torremolinos And Benalmadena Next Week

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The water company Acosol announced that the water supplies in parts of Torremolinos and Benalmadena will be affected by cuts from next Monday, October 3.

Acosol, the water company that supplies municipalities of the Western Costa del Sol, made an announcement to the public on its official Twitter profile this Friday, September 30. Next Monday, October 3, except for last-minute unforeseen events, it will carry out repair works in the towns of Torremolinos and Benalmadena.

Acosol informa de que el próximo lunes 3 de octubre, salvo imprevistos de última hora, se va a proceder a realizar maniobra por obra de reparación de avería de la tubería de abastecimiento en alta a su paso por calle Lora del Río, en Torremolinos, pero que afectará al suministro

— ACOSOL 💦 (@AcosolSA) September 30, 2022

This is the result of the failure of a high supply pipe that runs along Calle Lora del Rio in Torremolinos. The cut will also affect the high water supply in the nucleus of Arroyo de la Miel in Benalmadena.

Due to the scope of this action, the repair manoeuvre will entail the total interruption of the high water supply in the El Pinillo intakes in Torremolinos and in Cortijo de Mena and Garcia Lorca (Hiper) in the municipality of Benalmadena.

pero que afectará al suministro de agua en alta en Torremolinos y en Arroyo de la Miel, en Benalmádena.

Debido a la envergadura de esta actuación, la maniobra para la reparación conlleva la interrupción total del suministro de agua en alta en las tomas de El Pinillo,

— ACOSOL 💦 (@AcosolSA) September 30, 2022

y García Lorca (Hiper) del municipio de Benalmádena, de forma que las zonas afectadas quedarán en dependencia exclusiva de sus recursos e infraestructuras mientras duren los trabajos, que se estima se puedan prolongar durante 3 ó 4 días, salvo imprevistos.

— ACOSOL 💦 (@AcosolSA) September 30, 2022

“The affected areas will remain exclusively dependent on their resources and infrastructures while the work continues, which is estimated to last three or four days, barring unforeseen events”, informed the statement.

They also indicated that it is very important to: “Avoid watering public and private gardens, washing down streets, and other uses other than human supply to preserve water”. Acosol subsequently appreciated the public’s understanding in advance and apologised for the inconvenience caused.

Es muy importante que se evite el riego de jardines, públicos y privados, baldeos de calles y demás usos distintos del abastecimiento humano para preservar el agua.

Desde Acosol agradecer su comprensión y pedimos disculpas de antemano por las molestias ocasionadas. pic.twitter.com/ihRsEkr8ib

— ACOSOL 💦 (@AcosolSA) September 30, 2022

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Malaga Council To Ban Popular Tourist Activity From Beaches – Olive Press News Spain

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Tourists will soon be fined from jumping into the sea off rocks along a popular stretch of coast in Spain. 

Malaga council will introduce the new ban when it conducts its annual review of its municipal bylaws. 

It comes after a man suffered life threatening injuries when he smashed his head after leaping into the water from a rock on the Peñon del Cuervo beach. 

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Malaga council wants to ban people jumping from rocks into the sea.

The 24-year-old who was then rushed to emergency on September 17 remains in hospital. 

It was the second serious incident of this type this summer after a 19-year-old man drowned while jumping 10m off the Pico del Tarzan on Burriana beach in Nerja. 

Nerja council already banned this practice from January last year and issues fines ranging from €751 to €1500 for anyone caught not complying. 

In some areas nearby, such as Salobreña in Granada province, the council fines offenders up to €3000.

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A Sunny Outlook! Sunny View School In Torremolinos Has Been Dedicated To Excellence Since 1971

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Img 7033 ScaledAT Sunny View School, we create an environment which allows our students to truly thrive – academically, emotionally, personally and socially. Sunny View School in Torremolinos, places a high value on its inclusive, caring and respectful atmosphere, a quality often commented on by visitors and newcomers to the school. The school’s academic success is evidenced […]

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