To encourage teamwork, cooperation and self-discovery, the Social Studies department initiated a project on 19 March 2015. The young minds of Year 1 used their research and public speaking skills to present Social Studies topics such as ‘Culture and Diversity of the UAE,’ and ‘Egypt and its Pyramids’. They presented the topics with great poise
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Alongside encouraging academic excellence, The City School International also promotes physical activity and sports to instil sportsmanship in students. Excelling in both athletics and academics has always been the passion of the Citizens at TCSI. An example of this comes in the form of the Annual Sports Day. The venue was Dubai Men’s College, where
The Young Leaders Development Programme (YLDP) aims primarily to develop students holistically and not merely in academic terms. The YLDP works on three quotients – emotional (EQ), positive (PQ) and intelligence (IQ) – and diverges from the formal structure of education that only focuses on a student’s IQ. In collaboration with the YLDP our students
The celebration of the 43rd National Day of the UAE by the students was a true spectacle, with a kaleidoscope of performances conducted in the national language of the UAE (Arabic). The students participated wholeheartedly and commemorated the occasion with songs, dances and music. The importance of this day was highlighted with an inter-house quiz
The tiny tots paid homage to the UAE, the home for many nationalities, by singing the national anthem and dressing in Emirati costumes. A variety of activities including face painting, henna painting, camel and horse riding helped create an atmosphere of fun and laughter. The Emirati parents brought in food and other cultural items which
Field Trips are the much awaited event of any school calendar. This is because of the fun they bring, along with the real life learning experiences. The Senior school of TCSI Dubai explored the beautiful desert of Dubai, with dune bashing and delicious barbequed Arabic food. Events such as these are fun-filled, nostalgic experiences
Universal Children’s Day at TCSI, Dubai campus was celebrated with great style and energy on 20th November. The whole event was effectively designed and supervised by the Vice Principal and the Event Coordinator Ms Kisa, to ensure that the day truly conveyed the love of teachers at TCSI for the students entrusted to their care.
The children themselves were celebrated on the 20th of November to help them understand how special and cherished they are – at home, at TCSI and in the world. The children enjoyed activities such as a magic show, face painting, singing and group dances.
Learning about ‘Fruits, Veggies and Plants’ became loads of fun as all the children turned into little chefs in class, making various fruit and veggie dishes such as salads, pastas, smoothies, sandwiches, burgers, and other savoury items. On the same theme, they also learnt the importance of eating healthy food and visited Marmum Dairy Farm,
How does it feel to get an opportunity to visit the city of your dreams? That’s exactly what happened with me and my friends. I believe it’s a lifetime experience and offering an international trip is the best any school can do. The week was incredible with a chain of events that happened as