READATHON- 2017

Reading is to the mind, what exercise is to the body. This amazing quote describes the importance of reading in just one line. But rather we  would like to say, the joy of reading cannot be expressed in words. It’s something which can be understood only by experience. Reading a book, gives you a wonderful encounter with the new world created by the writer for you.

To develop the reading habits in students we had the “READATHON”. Students enjoyed reading books online as well as in print and students of grade 1 also participated in a read aloud activity.

“THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF ANIMALS”

Animals play important roles in all our lives, and children especially seem to have a natural affinity for animals.

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APPRECIATION DAY 2017

We need to recognize the tremendous value people bring to their work, regardless of their role in our esteemed school.  Recognition and appreciation brings out the best in people and improving their work. It also imbibes in the present generation the values of respect and empathy caring and sharing. Keeping in mind 2017 as the year of giving we at Indian School Al-Ain celebrated appreciation day on 14th February 2017.

All the transport staff, special staff and support staff were appreciated by our primary section for the wonderful work done by them in keeping our school transport safe, school premises clean and tidy.

All of these staff was appreciated in the assembly with cards and flowers and a very special treat of sumptuous goodies brought with care and love by our little ones of KG1 to Grade 1.

PROUD TO BE AN INDIAN

PROUD TO BE AN INDIAN 

Once Again, ISA Students at Rashtrapathi Bhavan

Two of our students, MANASVI UDAYA KUMAR (8-A) and THEJALAKSHMI ANIL (8-B), were selected to be a part of the Proud to be an Indian journey organized by Asianet News channel.

The selected students from all the emirates were taken on a road show around three prestigious schools in the UAE, among which Indian School Al Ain was one of them.

The students had the privilege to watch the Republic Day parade in Delhi on 26th January 2017. They also visited Shimla. The students accompanied by Mrs. Safeeda Nazar, got the golden opportunity to meet Indian President, Pranab Mukherjee at the Rashtrapati Bhavan.