Messages from the Primary Team Leader

Science Fair & G3 Assembly

it was great to see the culminating efforts of our grade 3-6 students with their science Fair projects and experiments that have been taking place over the past few weeks. There were so many different displays and it was great to be able to ask the students about what...

2019 Winter Concert

We are happy to invite you to the 2019 Winter Concert on Tuesday 17th December starting at 6pm. Featuring in this evening of music are all of the ABIS bands and choirs, soloists and a performance from Grade 3 students. All performances will be recorded to create an...

Wow! Hope you caught the Nutcracker last night!

What a wonderful evening and so many people to thank. Ms Markin for her efforts getting the students ready for their acting and dancing; Mr McBirnie and Ms Ana for preparing choir; our teachers; Mr Eriks for his guest appearance. To all of those mums involved in...

Fire Fighting, National Day & Another Short Week!

What a week. It is fair to say that the teachers are very disappointed to have missed their Three Way Conferences with you and are frustrated with the disconnected learning that is happening as a result of all of the missed days and holidays. I am sure the climate...

Reports & Three Way Conferences

Next week we will enter Week 12 and you will have the opportunity to attend formal reporting back to parents in terms of Three Way Conferences. Please note that while Primary and Secondary are both holding their Conferences on Wednesday evening 4-7pm, Primary will be...

A short week again next week but this week ….

We had a busy week starting with Mother Tongue Monday. As always we had great support from our parents. I love seeing the variety of activities and ideas that our mum and grandparents are sharing. Thank you for putting in so much thought and effort to make this a...

Short Week

We hope you enjoyed your extra day to the week break. I had a wonderful time exploring Iran and enjoying the cooler weather. This week saw the students straight back into work and I have had several comments about how much more settled classes are. The students have...

So many interesting learnings this week!

As I carried out my Looking for Learning conversations with students I was reminded of how much learning goes on, both inside and outside the classroom, within traditional subjects and more non-traditional subjects. I was greeted with much joy and laughter by KG3 who...

So much talent at ABIS!

If you were lucky enough to attend our Talent Show last night I am sure you will agree with me that we certainly have a lot of up and coming talented students in our midst. We were treated to singing, tap dancing, gymnastics, sax playing, pianists, all led by four...

ASA’s off to a great start!

First I would like to welcome back Ms Eiman to the front desk. She has been on maternity leave and spending time with her daughter Muhra. We are certainly glad she is back but know she will miss being at home. Please drop by and say hello and congratulations. This...

Lunches Galore

It has been a pleasure to see the range of healthy food in our students lunch boxes. There has been a huge range from pasta to pancakes, sandwiches to rice, cereals with or without milk, homemade cheese breads, and a variety of fruits and vegetables. Thank you for...

Feeling a bit “dotty” today!

International Dot Day is one of my favourite days in the year. It's great to see the imagination our students, teachers and our parents. Thanks as always for your support. Important events coming up: Nautilus/ABIS Swim Meet tomorrow, 20th September, at school. Please...

Learning is Everywhere

It has been lovely to walk around the school and see what our students have been learning so far this year. There is a lot of action in our classrooms and if you come to our assemblies you will see each grade share at different times. Mangahigh - the new math app we...

Back into the Swing of Things!

Thanks to all of you who attended the parent Information Evening. It is always nice for teachers to be able to put faces to names and share their programmers. It also shows your children that you are interested in their learning and what is happening in their school...

Week One Over Already?

Well it's hard to believe how quickly time goes and that week one of school is done. It has been great to see everyone back and the students enjoying being at school after a long break. Some girls in Grade 5 summed up their summer, for me. "It was ok Ms Simpson but...

Science Olympiad reminder

This is a repost of the letter from Dr. Neha Sardar and Sarah Umar. They are able to offer and extension for registration. Please contact them if interested. Dear Fellow Parents,                 Next academic year we would like...

Happy Summer Break!

Well we made it through to the end of the school year. It has been another busy one with lots of new initiatives available with our new facilities. As always the school has received fantastic support from its parents and the community. Thank you on behalf of your...

One Week to Go!

It is hard to believe that I write this with the title of One Week to Go. You will see, when you get the annual report, what a busy year it has been making the most of our new facilities and the new initiatives that have arisen as a result. Teachers remain committed...

Happy Eid Break

We hope that you are all enjoying the extra long break due to the Eid holidays. Thank you to the mums who came for the last Mother Tongue Monday session. You are all invited to attend a "Thank you Coffee Morning" on Monday, 17th June at 8.20am. Upcoming dates:...

The Lion King, Snow White and G6 Graduation

Having missed assemblies over the last few weeks it was a pleasure and a delight to attend the Grade 2 play performances of The Lion King And Snow White. The students did themselves proud and it looks like their are a few shining actors in our midst. Congratulations...