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Find out what's happening at ABIS!

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

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Oman week K3

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K3 is buzzing!

We made cinnamon...
CIS & Grade 10 Exhibition

CIS & Grade 10 Exhibition

Dear parents, This was a short but eventful week. We had a three-day virtual visit from CIS who interviewed teachers, students, parents, support staff, and administration. They visited many classes virtually and saw our teachers and students actively engaging in their...

The personal project exhibition was a success!

The personal project exhibition was a success!

Today, from 11:20 until 1:00, our Grade 10 students took the time to share what they have been working on for their MYP personal projects. The main point of this exhibition was to collect meaningful feedback from viewers, which will help the students evaluate their...

A Short but Busy Week

A Short but Busy Week

Dear Families, This week was only 3 days long but it was jam packed with learning and visits from the CIS Accreditation Team.  The team of two met with students, parents, teachers and support staff throughout the week, and spent time virtually observing (using iPads...

A Hearty Time Too!

A Hearty Time Too!

Dear Parents, This week students were eager to paint their model of the heart. We also focused on healthy eating by exploring the different food groups and designing a nutritious plate of food.

Healthy Lifestyles

Healthy Lifestyles

Even though it has only been a short week, the students have been exploring ways to lead a balanced lifestyle. We have learnt about different food groups and designed a healthy plate. The students have also started to look at what each of the food groups provide and...

Place value

Place value

We have been doing activities to help further develop our knowledge of place value – tens and ones in a number. For the Unit of Inquiry the students sorted book covers. They enjoyed seeing how others sorted the covers and we explored some of the questions that they...

Creating the Conditions for Agentic Learning

Student agency is when students of their own volition initiate actions that support thier learning within the context of their learning environment. Student agency implies an intrinsically motivated volition on the part of the student. Autonomy, mastery and purpose...

DP Math

DP Math

Close to mid-year and a lot to do! Grade 12s have to submit a topic for IAs and commit to developing that research as soon as possible. We literally have 3 months to submit final copies of IAs so the pressure is on! Students, please submit your final topics for IA by...

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Students were introduced to some new songs and musical activities this week. The first song is called Funga Alafia, a folk song from West Africa. The song translates to “Welcome my friends, I greet you in peace.” We used a call and response activity to learn the words...

A short successful week

Students were introduced to some new songs and musical activities this week. The first song is called Funga Alafia, a folk song from West Africa. The song translates to “Welcome my friends, I greet you in peace.” We used a call and response activity to learn the words...

A short successful week

Students were introduced to some new songs and musical activities this week. The first song is called Funga Alafia, a folk song from West Africa. The song translates to “Welcome my friends, I greet you in peace.” We used a call and response activity to learn the words...

A short successful week

Students were introduced to some new songs and musical activities this week. The first song is called Funga Alafia, a folk song from West Africa. The song translates to “Welcome my friends, I greet you in peace.” We used a call and response activity to learn the words...

Becoming verb hunters

Becoming verb hunters

Grade 4 students have been inquiring into the spelling of verbs in the past tense.  Why do some verbs just have an 'ed' added and some don't?  What's the difference between 'I was hoping' and 'I was hopping'?  In groups we read through a piece of our latest shared...

G6 Week 15 in Review

Dear Parents and Students, This week has been another busy week.  Please see below for notices and notes on our week 15 in review. Homework Because of the short week, current homework will go over both this and next week and will be marked on Thursday the 9th of...

Reflective 2nd Graders

Reflective 2nd Graders

This week our class thought about what we have learned in our Unit of Inquiry. They made recording of what they understand about the water cycle. They also explained how the weather changes and how this effects us. Maths Learning Centers: Focused addition lesson;...

Second Grade Artists and Mathematicians

Second Grade Artists and Mathematicians

Most of us finished our art projects this week and we are excited to show them in the online art show. Maryam brought a game that the kids loved playing for SHELL. Working independently at math...

A short successful week

Students were introduced to some new songs and musical activities this week. The first song is called Funga Alafia, a folk song from West Africa. The song translates to “Welcome my friends, I greet you in peace.” We used a call and response activity to learn the words...

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Oman National Day & Parent Committee

Oman National Day & Parent Committee

Dear parents, Today being the 51st National Day of Oman, it was a special day for the entire school. This was the first time we gathered as a school for a brief ceremony raising the Oman flag and singing the national anthem. The students were all wearing Oman national...

National Day next week and more

National Day next week and more

Dear parents, It has been wonderful to see the children play across the school at break times, and I have included some photographs below. I am very pleased to announce that the parent committee members have been finalised. Next week the members will be announced...

Items for next week

Dear parents, A few items coming up. Next week is the 3-way conference for all grades. Please make sure that you have signed up to meet your child’s teachers. Please order food for your child/ren through Como catering. Details have been sent via a Newsflash. This...

Swimming and other news

Dear parents, I am pleased to announce that the Ministry of Education has approved swimming lessons as part of our Physical Education curriculum for Grades 1-10. Swimming classes will commence on Sunday October 10. More details will be shared with parents next week....

Alpha Open Day this Saturday

Alpha Open Day this Saturday

Dear parents, As another week concludes with no safety and health issues, I am grateful to all parents who have exercised caution in keeping their children at home when ill. A reminder that if your child has been ill, please get clearance from a medical professional...

Catering and other news

Dear parents, Another week has passed, and the children and teachers are settling well into school life. We changed how students experienced lunch time and this has been a positive step for all. Once the weather cools down enough, we will change back to students...

Items of interest

Items of interest

Dear parents, We have had a good week and students are doing well in their learning. Every day I like to drop into classes and see the students, it is always of great interest to me to see the variety of activities taking place in their classes. The students appear to...

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