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Space or outer space is the vast area between the Earth’s atmosphere and the planets and stars. People have been studying space for years, and it is believed that this field of science – Astronomy – is one of the oldest sciences. In 1997, Lockheed Martin Corporation created “National Space Day” as a one-day event. In 2001, due to its […]
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By building 3D models of aspects of our theoretical lessons, Year 7 pupils have been learning how to approach projects in bite-sized pieces whilst understanding the rewards of patience, perseverance, and ongoing commitment to achieve their goals. These learning activities have provided some much needed time away from the screen during the pandemic and allowed for other areas of the […]
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Today is World Poetry Day 2021 and pupils at Gulf British Academy have spent the last three weeks building up to this day by celebrating poetry from a variety of well-known poets as part of GBA’s Poetry Project – one of many initiatives that support our intentions and journey to an outstanding international school. Each year group chose a selection […]
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At Gulf British Academy, we’re not letting the pandemic situation disrupt the enjoyment of learning. An example of this was British Science Week 2021 – a 10-day celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths that took place between 5-14 March 2021. The theme this year was innovation, but what does that mean? It can be defined as a new idea, […]
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On 4th March 2021, pupils at Gulf British Academy celebrated the best of books all day to mark World Book Day 2021. Children from KG to Year 7 have been delving into books by well-known authors from around the world. Each class embraced the celebration and used a wide range of texts to promote ‘reading for pleasure’. Staff and pupils […]
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You’ve done your research. You’ve made your decision. You have selected Gulf British Academy as your child’s first or next school. Now what? It’s time to begin the registration process. Due to the ongoing pandemic, we offer an online registration process for pupils entering any year from PreKG to Year 8 who are new to our school. Parents and/or guardians […]
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In Year 2, we recently learnt about The Great Fire of London. The fire started in a bakery and spread quickly through the Tudor-era houses because they were so close together and made from wood with straw/tile roofs. This historical topic gave our pupils the chance to work hard at home to build their own London house from the year […]
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“Romans, lend me your ears!” This was the cry from our Year 3 teachers as they addressed their troops of pupils at the start of the day. At just after 9am, a legion of Roman soldiers and citizens took over the online classrooms to take part in a Roman marching warm up activity. This term, Year 3 has been studying […]
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Over the course of the last few weeks, pupils in Year 5 have been creating their own group projects focused on the topic The Earth and Beyond. Pupils were asked to vote and select a planet to research as a group. This involved gathering key information about the planet and comparing it with Earth to state how their findings supported […]
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What an egg-static time for Year 4! As part of Year 4’s Science topic, Animals including Humans, pupils have been learning about types of teeth, their formation, structure and composition, and how these can be affected by various chemicals/liquids/drinks. To investigate the impact of these liquids upon our teeth, pupils and parents set about gathering home resources in order to […]
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