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Salmiya, Kuwait

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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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Following the success of last year’s Science and Maths Week, Gulf British Academy held its annual Science Fair today – one of its most enjoyable to date. The day started at 7:30am with classes of eager children holding up bags and boxes containing ingredients and equipment for their contribution to the Science Fair.  The children knew they only had 20 […]
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Last week, pupils from Year 2 embarked on a round-the-world trip with their production Captain Toby’s World Adventure. The story sees Captain Toby taking animals back to their home countries on his world tour with the ship the Sea Shanty. On board his ship, he is carrying a mysterious animal that doesn’t appear to have a home. That is, until […]
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Last week, pupils from KS1 and KS2 took part in Gulf British Academy’s annual Sports Day. This was held at GBA’s sister school Iqra’a Bilingual School. Sports Day is an important event on GBA’s school calendar and one we all very much look forward to. It is an ideal time to show the school values and create healthy competition between pupils […]
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Reception zoomed into Term 2 with their new unit “transportation”. Over the last three weeks, pupils have looked at a different modes of transport on the road, on/in water and in the air. They have compared transport from the past with the present and discussed how it has changed over time. Earlier this week as a conclusion to the unit, […]
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On the 17th and 18th of January, Ms. Norma, Head of School, gathered together many parents whose children are currently in EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) for two days of workshops held in the school hall. These were focused on reading and writing. Successful workshops in Term 1, which had covered the daily routines in the Pre-KG, KG and Reception […]
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The beginning of Term 2 has been a roaring success in the KG department with their new unit “Animal Kingdom”.  Pupils have been learning about different animals, including what they look like, their habitats and what they eat. To augment their learning on the topic, Pre-KG and KG visited the zoo last week. Needless to say, our pupils were very excited about […]
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