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A colourful function to celebrate the 67th Republic Day of India was organized in the School on 26th January 2016 with a great deal of patriotic zeal, pomp and fervour. The day began with the unfurling of the UAE flag and the Indian tricolour and the school flag by our Director Dr. Mohd. Iqbal  and Principal Mrs. Neelam Upadhyay followed by the singing of the National Anthems of both the countries.

Songs such as SARE JAHAN SE ACHA, BHARAT HUMKO JAAN SE PYARA HAI, as well as a multitude of energetic dances were the highlights of the day. Dance recitals and patriotic songs made the celebration spectacular and enthralled the audience.  

STORY TIME...

Imagine a world where there are no stories………..No. That’s as far as I can get. I can’t imagine a world without

stories, because stories are how we humans understand our world and communicate. Stories are how we are,

what we live day in, day out. Each of our lives is our own unique story.

To experience this rich world of stories and to inculcate healthy reading habits in the students we at ISA had the

“Story time activity”

Students participated in role play and enacting classic stories like “The Hungry Caterpillar”, The Show Maker and

the Elves, The Enormous Turnip”. The teachers also enacted “The Ginger Bread Man” story for the students.

The students also read stories in the class with their friends.

 

 

Hands on Experience’ is what we believe in At Indian School, Al Ain.

To reinforce fruits and vegetables and to differentiate between healthy and junk food, the little ones of KG1 to Grade 1 visited 'Lulu Hypermarket' on 18th, 19th and 20th May 2015. The children were taken around by their respective teachers to see the different sections.

The trip was fun filled and a great learning experience as they enjoyed identifying colours, shapes, sizes and names for the various items sold there. To conclude the outing a follow up activity was planned where in the children spoke about the various things they saw .

The field trip to Lulu Hypermarket was indeed a memorable and exciting outing for our little children.

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