Please follow the link below for an invitation to a Parent information session about proposed school plans.
The KHDA have confirmed that the public holidays to mark the birthday of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
The KHDA have confirmed that the public holidays to mark the birthday of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), Martyrdom Day and the 46th UAE National Day will be from Thursday, November 30th until Sunday, December 3rd, both days inclusive. School will resume on Monday, December 4, 2017.
Please follow the link below to read about the amazing achievements of some our students
Please follow the link below to read about the amazing achievements of some our students who recently sat their A Level and and GCSE exams!
The day started with every student getting their 30×30 tee-shirt, followed by a visit from Essa Al Ansari
The day started with every student getting their 30×30 tee-shirt, followed by a visit from Essa Al Ansari, one of three spokesmen for His Highness Sheikh Hamdan’s 30×30 challenge.
Virgin Radio also paid us a visit and held a press up and a “Yes or No” challenge. British bulldog on the field and Zumba in the hall.
IN CASE YOU DID NOT REALISE IT? EC has accepted the 30×30 challenge! Come and join us if you dare !!
We will be marking Breast Cancer Awareness Day on the 17th October. This will be a ‘pink’ non-uniform day
We will be marking Breast Cancer Awareness Day on the 17th October. This will be a ‘pink’ non-uniform day whereby students should wear an item of pink clothing for a contribution of 10AED. There will also be a bake-sale during break and lunchtime. All proceeds will be donated to help support breast cancer patients.
On Tuesday 10th October our school leaders and our school year reps were invited to a Bedouin conservation area
On Tuesday 10th October our school leaders and a select number of our school year reps were invited to a Bedouin conservation area in the Empty Quarter. This was a truly unique and unforgettable experience. We left school at 6:30 and our bus drove us to the collection point, where we were greeted by Bedouins and tour guides. They dressed us in Arabic head scarves which helped protect us from both the burning sun and the sand in the atmosphere. We were then transported by open air 1950s style safari jeeps to a private Bedouin camp. When we arrived, we watched a falconry show, We then watched and participated in The Ardah– a typical Arabic dance by two men facing each other either holding a sword or a cane.After such dancing, we were ready to have our Arabic breakfast which consisted of cheese, onions, mushroom and fava bean stew and flat Arabic bread. Some of us were then invited to take a camel caravan back to the main entrance where the jeep cars were waiting for us to take us all on the wild life safari. The jeep to us deep into the empty quarter and we saw Giselles, white onyx, and sand fish, as well as an abundance of interesting vegetation. This was a fabulous experience to be given and truly a kodak moment that will stay ingrained amongst all of us. The place was truly magical but more importantly it really helped capture the culture and the heritage of the bedouin way of life. Please visit our facebook page for viewing related photographs