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+965 2225 6777

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2 Street, Block 12

Salmiya, Kuwait

07:00 - 14:30

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10 June 2018 marked a special day in Gulf British Academy’s history – the laying ceremony of the foundation bricks at the site for Gulf British Academy’s new school building. It was with great pleasure to invite the British Ambassador to Kuwait, Mr. Michael Davenport, to join Director General, Mr Mohammed AlAli, Director, Ms Mariam AlAli as well as our […]
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Over the course of three days last week, Gulf British Academy celebrated its Reception Graduation 2018 ceremony in style. To honour their achievements and signify the completion of their learning journey through our Foundation Stage, some children wore gowns and hats, and all proudly walked along the illuminated runway to our stage. Parents were invited of course and there wasn’t […]
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Pre-KG and KG parents were invited to school this week to watch their children perform in their Year level Productions.  The productions ran from Tuesday to today and marked the end of a busy and eventful school year for our youngest children. The School Hall was a hive of activity, with bees in their bright yellow and black costumes, buzzing […]
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Today, Year 2 pupils took part in GBA’s annual house burning, recreating the events of 1666 during The Great Fire of London.  Pupils had been carefully making their Tudor-style houses for weeks in preparation for this historic event.  Check out 2017’s event. As we crossed over to the burning grounds the excitement and anticipation were palpable.  Once we reached the area, […]
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On 28 April, the battle of GBA took place at Paintball Kuwait… Well. More of an end-of-term treat for Year 5 and Year 6, but a battle nonetheless that saw staff and pupils pit their wits against each other. Indeed, Miss Norma, Miss Lorraine, Miss Stephanie, Mr. Mark, Mr. Luke, Mr. Louis and Mr Henry were all very keen to […]
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As part of their topics this term (The Great Fire of London and People Who Help Us), Key Stage 1 visited the Fire Station in Salmiya to see how firemen protect us and put out fires. Pupils in Year 2 have been learning all about The Great Fire of London (see last year’s recreation) and how modern firemen work differently […]
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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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Year 1 wowed parents with their version of the production Character Matters. This musical play focuses on many fairy tale characters and their problems getting along with each other. From Humpty Dumpty trying to take responsibility to Baby Bear trying to find forgiveness for Goldilocks, Year 1 took us on a whistle-stop tour of the land of make believe. Although […]
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Last week, Year 3 hit the stage with their musical extravaganza ‘Volcanoes’. In joint productions that saw 3Green perform with 3Yellow and 3Red with 3Blue, we were treated to a brilliant portrayal of the beauty and power of volcanoes. Pupils danced, sang and took us on a journey across continents from Europe to Asia and to North America in a […]
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In recent weeks, pupils in Reception have been reading fairy tales as well as learning how to write one themselves. Last week, they also concluded their curriculum topic ‘Once Upon A Time’, so what better way to reinforce their understanding than with an imaginary trip to fairyland where everyone could dress up for the day as a prince, princess or any […]
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