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2 Street, Block 12

Salmiya, Kuwait

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+965 2225 6777

For all enquiries

2 Street, Block 12

Salmiya, Kuwait

07:00 - 14:30

Sunday to Thursday

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“GBA World Flight 22256777 to Spain, India, USA, Mexico, China and England is now ready for boarding. Please have your passports and boarding cards ready” Today, Pre-KG and KG children went on a trip around the world with their teachers, visiting countries each class had chosen. The children were very excited to have their own passport booklets, which were stamped […]
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We’ve already experienced the Vikings but today it was time for the Romans!  Year 3 pupils enjoyed a spectacular dress-up day that was not only fun for everyone but also enriched their history lessons. We witnessed some brilliant costumes – from tunics, togas and sandals to centurion armour and weapons  – as each class marched between classrooms to take part […]
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After the success of last year’s Spelling Bee (our first), we decided to hold it again this year and like before the atmosphere around the Key Stage 2 corridors and classrooms has been tangible. The format is more or less the same except this time we’re including Year 3 to make it a full Key Stage 2-wide competition, with winners […]
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The Vikings is an essential part of the National Curriculum for England and it’s an exciting British history topic for Year 4 to really immerse themselves in, especially if it involves looking like one during our Vikings Dress-up Day! So alongside wearing Viking clothing for today, a variety of creative approaches have been taken to teach Year 4 about how […]
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Last academic year, our annual Sports Day took place in February, but this year we decided to hold it this month.  Iqra’a Bilingual School (IBS) once again allowed us to use their facilities and it all kicked off on the 18th for KS2, followed by KS1 and Reception on the 19th.  Pre-KG and KG also took part and headed out on the 19th for […]
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Today, Gulf British Academy held its bake sale and it was the most successful one yet, raising a total of 400KD that will go towards our library. It was a fantastic day with such a variety of delicious treats available – it’s actually difficult to describe them all in words. There were savoury, sweet, warm and cold dishes using all […]
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The recent wet weather may have shifted our Anti-Bullying Week schedule but not our focus. We are committed to a strong stand against bullying and to raise awareness of its negative effects on child development as well as to highlight its prevention and how to respond to it. To do this, we joined thousands of schools in the UK and around […]
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The culmination of our Book Week saw everyone wear costumes for our annual Dress Up Day. Our pupils and staff looked amazing in their outfits, which depicted characters and people from the books and topics they have been reading, researching and discussing about all week. We witnessed all sorts too!  To highlight just some, there were costumes inspired by Peter […]
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For the past week, the whole of Reception has been enjoying Splash Day 2018. Dressed in their very finest swimwear, all the children had loads of fun playing at each water station.  These featured waterwheels and pumps alongside buckets, squeezy squirters and a much-used hose.  There were sandpits and spades, too, plus tricycles and tyres filled with bowls of water. […]
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Gulf British Academy held its first ever Spelling Bee last week – the climax to hours spent memorising and practising a collection of 100 words, set per year, for pupils across Key Stage 2 (Years 4, 5 and 6). Ever since Mr Mark announced the competition three weeks ago, the atmosphere around the Key Stage 2 corridors has been palpable. […]
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