What did you learn this week? Mariam Omari in Y2 O confidently shares with us her work on information texts. In this video she superbly describes the features of her text as well as displaying a beautiful presentation of her learning. Well done Mariam, an excellent example of Distance Learning!
Amazing year 8 self portraits in the style of Van Gogh!
Some excellent examples of year 9 work expressing their artistic responses to the current pandemic. Fantastic work, well done Year 9!
Pearl in Y3 has a Spring message to our community, thank you Pearl.
To those of our community celebrating we hope you had a lovely Easter!
F2 G have been investigating 'People who help Us'. Baazil Khan in F2 G would like to say 'Thank You' to these very important people... great job Baazil!
Daniyal in Y2F has been very busy at home creating a video all about Corona-virus and how to protect ourselves, well done Daniyal, a magnificent effort!
What we have learnt from the SES 'on line' experience?
Through the pupils submissions we have observed that our pupils have needed to apply the attributes of our 'Learner Profile'. They are resilient, hard working and so confident! Judy Abou Shar in Y2 F joins an ever increasing number of pupils who are demonstrating excellent independence in their work. Judy's work is a perfect example of how a great attitude and confidence can deliver the very best in learning.
Watch out Mrs MacDonald, Judy is ready for your job!
Being successful comes in many forms, this weekend three of our pupils took part in the FIFA 2020 eSports Interschool Tournament at Meydan Hotel. Hassan Awni, Yaman Khaled and Elias Khaled all took part in the event after winning the school tournament that was held across Term One by Mr Gill.
All three students are commended for their energy and enthusiasm and we congratulate Hassan for getting through to the Semi Finals!
FS 1 through to Y2 enjoyed a great day out on the field. A huge thanks to the PE staff and classroom staff who worked so hard in preparing and delivering a great event. Thank you to all the parents who came along and got involved with the event.
Huge thanks to DJ Gill and the Oak Staff who danced away the afternoon with this fantastic group of pupils!!! Superb Masquerade Masks were created, displayed and enjoyed by all!
A Level Biologists participated in a 2 day excursion to Wadi Showka and Al Rafah mangrove to complete one of their core exam practicals. The field trip focused on sampling techniques to evaluate the general health of habitats based on indicator species, biodiversity, populations of species, and the presence of pollution.
The Silver Exploration was a great success despite an initial windy and rainy start. The 7 girls focused on heritage and discovered So Hayl Fort in Fujairah.
Mrs Stuart, Deputy Head of the Primary assembled a team of staff and pupils to explore the opportunities provided in our learning environment to develop our Learner Profile attributes! Education is enhanced when students are resilient, confident and reflective. Details of all our attributes are available on the school website, our teachers ensure that all attributes are integrated into our learning environment daily.
Mrs Morley has been delivering a Ukulele Unit in Year 5. The pupils are developing a superb understanding of the chords used and how to play the ukulele successfully.
Our schools under 12's played their second game of the #DASSA league on Tuesday 21st January against SRS and won 13-0 !! Well done !!
Sharjah English School would like to cordially invite parents to a coffee morning with the principal, John Nolan on Monday 27th January at 08:00am in the Secondary Library.
See you there!
University Internship for SES Biologists:
During the winter break, a group of 12 SES biologists participated in an internship program offered by The Department of Applied Biology / Biotechnology Program at the College of Sciences / University of Sharjah. The internship covered a wide range of biological experiments that reinforce our GCSE and A level Biology curriculum.
This was an excellent opportunity for students to develop scientific skills outside of their normal school environment, to network and to meet other keen students and working professionals in the field of Biology.
Congratulations to the students who participated on their initiative and dedication.
Primary ECA Dance Club Every Monday. The dance group was split into two and the children had the opportunity to choose their own song, practice a routine and perform it in front of the group!
Year 2 Arabic lessons have gotten creative and they have made some wonderful frog and butterfly artwork 🐸 ?/
Invite to all Sharjah English School parents. There will be a presentation on Wednesday 15th January 2020 from 14:30–15:30. The presentation will also include a Q&A session. We encourage all parents to attend. Please see link below for more information.
Year 12 A level mock exam preparation
Year 9 developing their Gainor E Robert's Artist studies.
A selection of photographs from our recent celebrations for this great country we all call home! A huge thanks to all the staff and parents involved for a great week and a wonderful UAE Assembly!
Congratulations to our Theatresports representatives who were the first ever team to represent SES at The Courtyard Playhouse for the improvisation competition against other schools in Dubai. They did us proud and brought home a Runners Up trophy! Well done!
Congratulations to our U10 - DASSA A Team Netball League winners! They have had a fantastic term under the direction of Mrs Price Lyall, well done to you all!
We are so proud of our 2019 A Level students, 64% of our students entered UK Universities. A total of 94% 2019 graduates are currently studying internationally. Our remaining students have taken a gap year or are applying to southern hemisphere universities.
DASSA Primary Aquathlon 🏊♀️
1st Place Daniyal (Year 5) 1st Place Juliet (Year 6) 3rd Place Dulain (Year 6)//p>
What Arabic Week looks like in Primary! Year 5 had made some Tabbole with help from some parent volunteers! Ms. Amal Al Ahmad was welcomed in to SES and she retold a story in Arabic for KS1 students!
Yesterday the Arabic department hosted Arabic food day as part of Arabic week!
Rather than making them walk the plank, Ms Woods & Ms Ward enjoyed taking their year 7 English students outside to peer-evaluate their letters in a bottle. The students were writing from the point of view of a pirate pleading for help from Blackbeard's flagship.🏴☠⚔?/
Year 8 James Ensor Artist Study. Some fantastic work here from our very talent key stage three Art students.
Our student leader for Art, preparing Art for Arabic week.
Shout out to our Arabic teachers at #SES. Again lots of key stage three lessons. Year 7, 8 and 9 are covering the following topics respectively; my role model, my beautiful country and life at school.
Shout out to our Islamic studies teachers at #SES. Today they are teaching Key stage 3. Here is a little insight into lessons have been going on. Year 7 have been learning about full ablution and Ghusl (purification bath).
Year 8 have been studying about prayers for certain occasions. Year 9 topics include farewell Hajj and the death of the Prophet Muhammad, may peace and blessings be upon him.
SES participated in Remembrance Sunday. Students carried out activities about the importance of remembrance and why we remember those that died in wars.
Mrs Stuart, Deputy Head of the Primary School was delighted to congratulate Krishna Arathy from Year 5 on his Gold Award. He received the award in a recent International Abacus competition. Well Done Krishna!
We are all unique, we are all individuals! Today we celebrate being different, being unique!
Highlights from the Louvre Museum Abu Dhabi Trip. Students enjoyed an insightful day out with the MFL and ART department.
Come and discover the magic of SES! Please share the following photo on your page to ensure as many people as possible visit our school next Thursday the 14th of November.
#ses30x30 The pictures are of children completing their exercises to earn money to spend in the Y2 Supermarket!
10 squats = 50p
10 star jumps = £1
Balance on 1 leg = 10p
Touch your toes = 20p
Last weeks highlight, Chevron Readers' Cup. A reading competition against multiple schools in the UAE 📚 The children did an amazing job! 📖 @ Sharjah English Schoo/
We had a spooktacular day! Huge thanks to the PSG members who created a fun filled Trunk or Treat car park for the Primary pupils.