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Year 6 Formula 1
04 Jun. 2017

Year 6 Formula 1


On 21 May, the Hall was filled with the sounds of gas-powered Miniature Formula 1 Cars. The event was the culmination of a 6 week study for Year 6 students, where they formed Formula 1 teams and designed colour schemes, logos and dreamed up race-like mission statements and mottos. The second stage was to construct a […]

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Victorian Tea Day in Year 4
01 Jun. 2017

Victorian Tea Day in Year 4


During the past several weeks, students in Year 4 have been examining life in Victorian Britain. They learned about topics ranging from the life of Queen Victoria to the differences between Victorian and modern schools. To mark the end of the unit students and teachers took part in an afternoon tea last Thursday. Some students […]

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31 May. 2017

Incorrect Article in the National Newspaper


Dear All, They say that you shouldn’t believe everything you read in the newspapers; well, as we all woke this morning, I’m sure that like you, my phone was pinging with questions about an article written in the National Newspaper today (31st May 2017), regarding a ban on new parents. Back in March, we were […]

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Teddy Bears Picnic – Yr 1T
30 May. 2017

Teddy Bears Picnic – Yr 1T


If you go down to KS1 today, you’ll be sure of a big surprise! If you go down to KS1 today, you’d better go in disguise. For every bear that ever there was, Was gathered there for certain because, Todays the day the Year 1 teddy bears have their picnic! On Thursday 25th May, the […]

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Oscar Nominee – FS1
29 May. 2017

Oscar Nominee – FS1


The talented children of the FS1 Blue Class developed their own planning for the Theme : The Gingerbread man. They all agreed that they would like to make a movie to explain the book.  For two weeks  they worked hard learning the story, understanding the setting, exploring the characters and rehearsing the plot.  They then agreed on who […]

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James Aitken races to the finish line!
29 May. 2017

James Aitken races to the finish line!


Year 5 student, James Aitken, sprinted to first place for the 3km Junior Boy Age 8-9 Division in the Dubai Desert Road Run.  This event takes place several times a year offering a 10km and a 3km course that loops around the Dubai Sevens grounds. James finished with a pace that can rival most elite athletes with […]

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AAESS is getting a makeover!
28 May. 2017

AAESS is getting a makeover!


If you’ve been to the school, you surely have noticed a lot of hammering and concrete being put up.  The new admin building is well underway to make its debut in the fall.  However, meanwhile, the admin staff have been kicked out of their old building and moved around the school. In the Canteen Admissions […]

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Art, Music and Poetry Exhibition
28 May. 2017

Art, Music and Poetry Exhibition


The Art, Music and English Department proudly showcased an end of year exhibition at the AESGC on Wednesday 24 May 2017. The event is always well supported by parents and students and this year was no exception. Congratulations to all the students who participated. We look forward to many more of these events.  

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