The new Primary Student Council for 2017/2018

The 2017/18 Student Council has been voted for by the students, here are our official members.

Head Of Student Council: Head Boy: Al Khattab (Chair Person) (6D), Head Girl: Maya (Press Secretary) (6B), Regina (Vice Chairperson) (4B), Joaquin 4E, Sinead 5E, Lina 5E ,Waleed 5D, Gareth 3C, Bana 2B,Dareen 2D.

The Student Council is here to give a voice to the students.

This term, our main goal is to promote and add recycling bins into the school. We are going to start off with recycling paper then hopefully progress to plastic and glass. The Student Council will also be encouraging all children to reduce waste and re-use items.

We will keep you informed on any further events.            

Thanks for your support,                                                                  

Maya and Regina, Student Council members

Mrs Grainger with from left to right: Gareth Year 3, Lina Year 5, Bana Year 2, Regina (Vice Chair) Year 4,Maya (Secretary) Year 6, Waleed (Year 5), Alkhattab (Chairperson)Year 6, Joaquin Year 4, Sinead Year 5, Faisal Year 2 and Dareen Year 2.



Arabic Spark

Arabic Spark involves Arabic teachers from different schools in the Middle East presenting ideas. It’s a great way to develop and share teaching ideas in Arabic, alongside informally networking with other teachers . 

The ARABIC SPARK is a FREE event hosted by teachers for teachers. It is an opportunity for educators to share ideas in ARABIC, collaborate and then explore those ideas. 

This event was hosted for the first time in the Middle East two years ago with great success at Qatar International School, organised by Miss Nisreen Redwan with the support of the Primary Arabic Department. 

In the spirit of “ideas worth spreading,” Arabic Spark has created a program of local, self-organized events that bring teachers together to share an idea-like experience. 

Miss Nisreen and the Arabic staff will again be organizing another Arabic Spark event this year on 24/4/2018. For more information, please take a look at:

Twitter: @ArabicSpark


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