Wildlife Centre

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Wildlife Centre

Students from Years 4 and 5 visited the Wildlife Centre in Sharjah. The park provided the students with the opportunity to explore the different species housed in various sections of the zoo, including reptiles, invertebrates, birds, nocturnal animals, ungulates and large carnivores. The special thing about the zoo was that it was completely indoors, making

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Adieu

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Adieu

On 16 April 2015, our school bid farewell to its graduates of Year 11 at Radisson Blu Hotel. The formal party was spectacularly organised by Year 10 students. They made the Seniors’ farewell as glorious and magnificent as it could be. Commencing with the beautiful verses of the Holy Quran followed by the Head Girl’s

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Talent Show

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Talent Show

  In honour of all the young talent, our school organised a carnival themed Talent Show – the marker of a successful academic year  – on 25 March 2015. Under the able guidance of our dedicated teachers, we rehearsed and prepared for the final day. The event started off with the welcome address by the esteemed

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Arabic Reading Day

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Arabic Reading Day

On 24 March 2015, our school organised a fun-filled Arabic Reading Day. The exciting day consisted of activities for different classes. Year 1 and 2 students attentively listened to the stories their teachers narrated to them and then attempted to analyse them using their young, yet very sharp, minds. The little explorers of TCSI Primary

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Literacy Festival

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Literacy Festival

In our determination to encourage potential, The City School International endeavoured to unearth the literary talents of our students during the Literacy Festival held from 15 to 19 March. The students enthusiastically participated in all the activities that had been arranged to encompass all areas of language. It was an ideal opportunity for them to

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Inter School Debate

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Inter School Debate

On 19 March, our school’s English Department put up a grand finale to end the Literacy Week with a thunderous showdown: the Annual Inter-school Debate Championship. The motion before the house was ‘High expectations always lead to better performance’. Nine renowned educational institutions participated with their star speakers. The forceful speeches were delivered with poise,

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The UAE’s Culture and Diversity

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The UAE’s Culture and Diversity

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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Sports Day 2015

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Sports Day 2015

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

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Young Leaders Development Programme

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Young Leaders Development Programme

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

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