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Find out what's happening at ABIS!

So many things happen at ABIS and we love to share!

Coronavirus update

Over the last week we have been very lucky to have a great deal of advice from the Ministry of Health (MOH). They have reassured us that we as a school can rely on the support of the MOH with regard to the Coronavirus. ABIS is committed to following their advice...

Preparing for our assembly this week took some extra time and involvement from parents and students. Thank you for your efforts and encouragement. This week students and staff have been involved in cleaning all of our Omán Week camping equipment and storing away for...

First ISA Test Experience for Grade 3

First ISA Test Experience for Grade 3

Our Grade 3s sat their first ISA tests this week. They were tested on Mathematical Literacy, Reading and Writing. It took a lot of concentration because all of the questions were in English. We tried to think of the questions as puzzles to solve. Our students coped...

Grade 9 mathematics

Grade 9 mathematics

This week grade 9 were starting a new unit of inquiry looking into angles and circle theorems. The SOI (statement of inquiry) is logic can justify generalizations that increase our appreciation of the aesthetic. To help them remember what they have previously learnt...

Grade 4 Government Finale

Grade 4 Government Finale

The students of grade 4 demonstrated their learning of different governments around the world by creating a presentation for an audience. The presentations were diverse and interesting and a fun way for us all to learn new information.

Week 22

Week 22

It was a busy week back after Oman Week. We got back into classroom activities, and students had the chance to share their learning about our Unit of Inquiry on government. Please have a look on SeeSaw for more information. When we return we will get right into our...

In Contention for Cannes…

In Contention for Cannes…

Grade 9 are working hard on their videos in design, which is just as well as they are due in after the February break! They have shown great creativity and enthusiasm during the design process. Below are a few screenshots, one of which includes a very handsome extra...

A Very Busy Week Before the Break!

A Very Busy Week Before the Break!

The children wrote their own Magic Treehouse House goes to Oman stories based on the Magic Treehouse books by Mary Pope Osborne and their reflection journals from Oman week. Also, they started multiplying groups and dividing them up into equal groups. They worked with...

Buddy Time and More

Buddy Time and More

It was great to see our ECC buddies again and get reacquainted! A bonus was going upstairs to the Oman Week Exhibition and seeing some wonderful works of art. Several Grade 5 students remembered their time in Grade 1.

STEAM in the ECC

STEAM in the ECC

This week we were exploring motion. We explored it using balloons and the different ways we could make the balloon move. We took the balloons out side to see if the balloons moved differently from inside and why? The children concluded that the balloons flew better...

Being Word Detectives

Being Word Detectives

We have been finding words that start with blends in our poem. Dhai was the teacher to help us find the rhyming words in our a big book story: All To Build A Snowman. We were also sight word detectives. We learnt to play roll and write words. We always love M&M...

Reviewing for Paper 2

This week, grade 12 students worked on reviewing material on Fidel Castro and the Cuban Civil War. We looked at the different factors that led to Castro emerging as leader in Cuba. The factors were organized into: economic factors, preexisting social divisions in...

Pool party for the ECC

Pool party for the ECC

On our last day of Oman week our students were able to enjoy themselves in the swimming pool. They had all the water toys out in the small pool and the big floats and noodles in the middle pool. All the children had a great time splashing and playing in the water....

G7 in Arabic

G7 in Arabic

After asking students the phenomenon of "belonging" and then asking them to express this phenomenon in a creative way, using learning skills, students began working on research, studying the phenomenon and taking important notes, then each of them began writing,...

Abis est….

Abis est….

French students in Grade 9 are exploring the meaning of education in our current unit. We have asked what education looks like in different contexts and why ABIS is unique. Students are going to promote ABIS and started by sharing ideas in what ABIS means for them...

Story Tellers

Story Tellers

This week we worked on making our own Magic Tree House stories based on our Oman Week experiences. We focused on plots that built towards a climax. In maths we worked on number patterns and recognising the pattern of a given sequence of numbers. We have been working...

Fabulous Forts in Grade 1

Oman has so many amazing forts to visit - and now they are even on site at ABIS! We hope you were able to come and see the Mini Exhibition of K3 and G1 craft. Our fabulous forts are a prominent display. Fit for the sultan. Under construction. After researching the...

Another successful Omán Week

Another successful Omán Week

We hope you have been able to keep up to date with all of the goings on for Omán Week. It has been great to visit some of the trips and we have loved seeing all of the photos as I am sure you have too. There will be some very tired children (and teachers) when they...

Grade 4-we are home!

Grade 4-we are home!

What an amazing Oman Week. The students were great travelers and made the trip so much fun. We all come home with wonderful memories of the trip to Muscat. I am very proud of all of the grade 4s, their enthusiasm and open mindedness to trying new activities is so...

G8 Oman Week: Day 5!

G8 Oman Week: Day 5!

Yesterday's mini-golfing and pizza party went well, followed by a final class campfire (and a bit of crab-hunting on the beach). Today, we woke up and worked together to tear down camp and take the gear to the bus pick-up area. Ali took a lead role in helping to...

O my! Oman Week!

O my! Oman Week!

We started the week with a Discover Oman challenge. We hiked and climbed at Wadi Faras. We have left some pretty awesome fossil art there for visitors to enjoy. We enjoyed a whole day of creative craft and have some lovely reminders of our week. We researched forts,...

Grade 9, Day #4: Snake Canyon

Grade 9, Day #4: Snake Canyon

What a day!! After our 5:30am start we all got on the road and descended Jebel Shams. After a quick karak stop in Al Hamra we then started to ascend again in order to get into Wadi Bani Auf, aka Snake Canyon. What an absolutely stunning journey it was... On reaching...

G8 Oman Week: Day 4 (continued)

G8 Oman Week: Day 4 (continued)

Grade 8 was able to enjoy kayaking and paddling around the harbor as they continued their fourth day of bonding and making shared memories. Check tomorrow's post for photos of mini-golfing and the vending pizza party!

G8 Oman Week: Day 4

G8 Oman Week: Day 4

Tuesday's supper was a relaxed affair, with ramen noodles and a variety of easy-to-serve snacks. After the long day of diving, students were happy to recover by the campfire and spend some quiet time together. Howling winds kept some of us up at night as the weather...

The Head's Blog

Coronavirus update

Over the last week we have been very lucky to have a great deal of advice from the Ministry of Health (MOH). They have reassured us that we as a school can rely on the support of the MOH with regard to the Coronavirus. ABIS is committed to following their advice...

Moonlight

Moonlight

Dear All, It is with regret that we inform you that Moonlight, one of the farms goats, has had to be put to sleep as she was suffering from a terminal illness. We have enjoyed Moonlight as part of the ABIS family for many years and have shared some photos with you.

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