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+965 2225 6777

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2 Street, Block 12

Salmiya, Kuwait

07:00 - 14:30

Sunday to Thursday

Special Days

Thursday last week was certainly a busy one when it came to internal events here at Gulf British Academy. We had Pyjama Day across the whole of our Early Years Foundation Stage, which was not only fun for the children to wear their PJs and bring in a cuddly toy, but was also a reminder as to how important a […]
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Like before, Gulf British Academy held its famous Bake Sale, raising a total of 393.400KD, which this year will be donated to the Bayt Abdullah Children’s Hospice. Bake Sale 2020 was a brilliant day with a huge selection of foods from savoury and sweet to warm and cold. Pupils and staff certainly enjoyed the wide variety of food and there […]
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Each year, Gulf British Academy observes Remembrance Day in a number of ways. Pupils throughout the week participated in the Poppy Appeal by donating money and wearing a poppy to commemorate all those who have died, not only in the First World War but in conflicts around the world. During the morning assembly, our Student Council read a poem about […]
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Thursday last week saw Career Day 2019 celebrated across the entire school. Running alongside normal lessons, Career Day was a fun-filled day with pupils and teachers attending school dressed in outfits representing their chosen career. It was a very successful day too.  It introduced children to the world of work and inspired them to think about their future roles across […]
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On Thursday last week, Year 5 celebrated Tudor Dress-up Day – a brilliant way to learn about life during the time and to bring the topic to life. Travelling back 500 years, pupils and their teachers came to school wearing fabulous themed costumes as they continued to explore a whole range of facts from the period (haven’t we seen Henry […]
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Yesterday, Gulf British Academy held its first ever beach clean-up challenge! Our goal was to spend 30-minutes cleaning the two beaches near to The Kuwait Towers (the small beach to the left and the wider one to the right, shown below): This initiative was driven by Key Stage 1 who have been learning about the environment as part of their topic […]
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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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