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There are lots of great learning experiences for teachers in Spain in the coming year organised by British Council and the Teachers Associations in Spain.

In September we kick off the year with our annual British Council conferences on 28 September and we’ll be streaming some of our sessions live so if you can’t make it you can still join us!

British Council conferences.  Creative ELT in Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao and Valencia. 27 September

Madrid:  British Council School, C/ Solano 5, Prado de Somosaguas, Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid. 10.00 – 15.15

Our conference aims to inspire English and CLIL teachers to get more creative in the classroom.  Our guest speaker Robin Walker will share ideas on how to teach pronunciation creatively and our own expert teachers and trainers will share their own tips and advice on.

Hear what our organising team have to say in our first podcast.

You can book your free place here at our Madrid conference. 

You can see highlights from the 2013 conference here and watch some great sessions from last year too:

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Meanwhile don’t forget if you are interested in doing one of our British Council teacher training courses online there are moderated and self access courses running throughout the year on our global site for teachers.  (link to )

Don’t forget that there are plenty of seminars and workshops which you can see at anywhere at any time on our Teaching English site. (Note: all resources on the Teaching English website are free but you need to register to view or download).


Events in Spain

SantanderSeptember 12

MAF is one of the most important projects included in the Fundación Santander Creativa cultural agenda, annually showcasing artists from around the world and bringing thousands of spectators to the city’s streets and plazas. 

Exhibition: Marc Quinn. Violence and Serenity

Events in Spain

MálagaSeptember 12

Curated by Fernando Francés, the exhibition is entitled “Violence and Serenity” and is made up of fifty works including sculptures, installations, paintings and tapestries created over the last four years, with the exception of Incarnate (1996) made from the artist’s own blood. Some of the works have been specifically made for the CAC Málaga exhibition. His works explore the relationship between art and science, the human body and the perception of beauty, life and death, identity, history or contemporary violence, among other themes.

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