|– “Severo Ochoa” Secondary School
– Address: Avda. de las Alpujarras, 31 (18015 GRANADA) – Phone: 958 893561
– Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
– School location: https://goo.gl/maps/majSt4HGqFzfxivY7
|– Middle School/High School (12-18)
– Vocational/Technical School (from16 in advance)
|Staff Contact for Language Assistants
|– Email for administrative team: email@example.com
– Bilingual coordinator: Victoria Eugenia Muros Navarro (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|Collaboration subjects of the Language Assistant
|Biology and Geology, Music, Mathematics, Physical Education, Geography and History, Technology.
|Information about the neighborhood and city (video)
|Granada is the capital city of the province of Granada, in the au-tonomous community of Andalusia, Spain. Granada is located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains, at the confluence of four rivers, and only one hour by car from the Mediterra-nean coast, the Costa Tropical.
The city has a vast history. It was first settled by Iberians, Ro-mans, and Visigoths. The current settlement became a major city of Al-Andalus in the 11th century. In the 13th century it be-came the capital of the Emirate of Granada under Nasrid rule until 1492, when it was conquered by the Catholic Mon-archs and progressively transformed into a Christian city over the course of the 16th century. The Alhambra, a medieval Nasrid citadel and palace, is located in Granada. It is one of the most famous monuments of Islamic architecture and one of the most visited tourist sites in Spain. Islamic-period influence and Moorish architecture are also pre-served in the Albaicín neighborhood and other medieval monu-ments in the city. The 16th century also saw a flourishing of other important artistic styles.
The city of Granada has a significant number of parks and gar-dens, including: Federico García Lorca Park, Gardens of Pa-seo del Salón and of La Bomba, Gardens of the Triumph, …
The University of Granada has an estimated 47,000 undergrad-uate students spread over five different campuses in the city. The university has become internationally recognised in many university fields: teaching, research, cultural and services to its members and its surroundings. It is therefore one of the destina-tions that receives more exchange students from the Erasmus+ Programmes.
In Granada there is a wide program of leisure and entertain-ment, which covers a large number of fields, available to both visitors and citizens themselves.
In a nutshell, Granada is a lively interesting city, full of history, monuments and wonderful places and landmarks to visit and enjoy.
|Getting to school/Travelling
|The main company operating bus transport in Granada is the company Alsa, which also offers a bus transportation to and from the airport, Federico García Lorca Airport, about 15 km (9 mi) west of Granada.
Granada railway station has rail connections with many cities in Spain. There are several types of train service to and from Granada.
Granada has a wide network of taxis to help travellers reach their destinations. Official Granada taxis are white with a green stripe. We also have a Metro (partially underground), which co-vers the whole city form north to south.
|There´s a wide offer of flats to rent or rooms to share with other students or language assistants.