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On Thursday 11th January, GBA welcomed actors and producers from the Alnowair group into school to perform a short play about the negative effects of bullying.  Alnowair is a non-profit organisation that aims to spread positivity and happiness throughout Kuwait and the Middle East region.  Its team is currently visiting as many schools as it can to spread the word […]
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At Gulf British Academy we strongly believe in a firm relationship between school and home. We understand the importance of teacher-pupil-parent engagement and know how vital it is in a child’s progress through school. Indeed, this is core to our school vision. So for the last two weeks we have invited parents, whose children are registered in Foundation to Year […]
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This week, Reception pupils went on a field trip to Pizza Express, Marina Crescent, to learn how to make and cook pizzas! The trip was in connection with their unit on “People who help us – Occupations”. The children were very excited about going to Pizza Express. They were going to be a pizza chef for the day! Wearing chef […]
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On Tuesday this week, Gulf British Academy was very excited to welcome Mr David Bedford into school. David is a best-selling children’s author, workshop leader, and motivator of children’s reading and writing. He is the author of over 80 books for infant and primary aged children, published worldwide, and has 16 years experience visiting schools around the world. This was a […]
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This term, Key Stage 1 teachers have started their journey towards building a topic-based, creative curriculum. This will incorporate big ideas, varied and engaging activities, and a sense of continuity as a way to stimulate pupils and teachers. A creative curriculum immerses children in their learning and links everything together in termly ‘topics’. In Year 1, their first termly topic is ‘Toy […]
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From pirates to animals and from toys to ancient Egyptians, hundreds of pupils across the school dressed up on Thursday last week to conclude what was an amazing and enjoyable GBA Book Week 2017. Book Week is an important initiative in our school as it encourages children to be creative as well as develop a life-long love of reading – […]
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Over the last few weeks, Reception pupils have been working very hard in class to develop their physical and social skills. Last week they had the opportunity to put their learning into practice when they took a trip to Play Kuwait. Play Kuwait is a soft-play complex where children have the freedom to keep moving and exploring. The children (and […]
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There was a lot of excitement in the KG department the other week. That was because they were going on their first trip of the year to Mishref Park. The trip was in connection with their curriculum topic of “Me and My Body”. The aim was to enable the children to explore their outdoor environment in a fun and safe […]
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This month, all of Key Stage 2 (KS2) will be visiting The Food Academy, Saveco in Al Rai. Pupils will investigate the different areas of a supermarket, the ways in which food is kept fresh, and how it’s imported from all around the world. After the tour of the supermarket, pupils will go to The Food Academy kitchen. The kitchen has […]
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Monday 16 October was a day to remember for all 114 six-year-olds from Year 1 who visited the Flex Family gym, part of the FlexQ8 group. It’s a well organised activity centre with a range of facilities that enabled our pupils to develop their physical skills while playing and having fun in a supportive environment. The staff were well-trained and informative as […]
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