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Marking Kuwait’s declaration of independence in 1961 and to celebrate the day when Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salem Al-Sabah ascended to the throne in 1950, Gulf British Academy held its Kuwait National Day event across the whole school on Thursday. It began with our morning assembly, which was awash in a sea of vibrant red, white, green and black national flag colours. […]
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Yesterday and today our parents were treated to Year 3’s productions – The First Kids in Space by Debbie Campbell. The year is 2020 and a class of young space cadets are chosen to go on a dangerous mission to Moonbase X.  After an eventful journey, they arrive on the moon and are confronted by rowdy robots that have malfunctioned […]
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As mentioned in our Bake Sale 2020 article, the proceeds from that fund-raising event will be donated to the Bayt Abdullah Children’s Hospice (BACCH) — a hospice that provides the highest standard of multi-professional palliative care and family support to children with life-limiting or life-threatening illnesses throughout Kuwait. To make the donation, we gathered together our Student Council representatives for […]
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This week saw four consecutive days of topic-themed dress-up days for the whole of Key Stage 2. All the children made a tremendous effort with their costumes, so a big thank you goes out to all our Key Stage 2 parents for helping bring the topics to life.  During the course of each day the children took part in a […]
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Through November to January, GBA established a range of fascinating Key Stage 2 school trips to the Sheikh Abdullah Al Salem Cultural Centre (ASCC), bringing to life aspects of our pupils’ current learning. Year 3 enjoyed a workshop in the Eco-Systems museum, linking with their work on rainforests. Year 4 learned about habitats and animal skeletons, linking with their science […]
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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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We’re proud to announce that Gulf British Academy has received a Bronze Award from national charity SAPERE P4C to mark our outstanding commitment to and progress with embedding Philosophy for Children (P4C) into our curriculum. We’ve been training our staff and implementing a P4C programme across all Primary years. Our teachers use a stimulus, such as a story or photograph […]
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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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Year 1 pupils have been working very hard in class recently, so yesterday they had the chance to go a bit wild at soft-play venue ‘Play’ in the Promenade Mall. The venue is a multilevel soft-play complex, which gave our children the freedom to climb, jump, play, run, slide, swing and more for almost two hours – fun yet exhausting. […]
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