Today Pearson teacher trainer Michael Brand come to our school. He's always had a passion for languages, studying French and German at university before doing a PGCE to become a teacher.
Having taught French and German in England for 2 years, he has been in Spain for 6 years now and has taught English to a wide range of ages from primary to C2 level.
Today he's at our school to give a talk to 1st-year BAC students on sport:
"The British Sporting Boom. What has caused it?"
We play it, it’s on our TVs in our living rooms and on social media on our phones. We see it in advertising and we talk about it in the pub. Sport is a way of life. But how did it come to this? In this talk we look at the origins and development of three very different British sports: football, rugby and cricket, their spread around the world and their growth in importance, with the problems this has caused
This talk at the Assembly Hall of the school at 8:30 for 1st BAC students.