BISC Swimming Competition 2018/19 BISC hosted a wonderful Swimming competition for our first swim meet of this academic year. MCE pupils were great swimmers and were admired for their sportsmanship earning the following medals: 2 Gold 3 Sliver 13 Bronze
To kick start this half term – students of Year 10, 11 and Lower Sixth Form had a wonderful opportunity to meet face-to-face with a large range of universities from the UK. We look forward to hosting many more university and career fairs for MCE pupils in the future.
Inter-House Football Tournament 2018/19 Elgar played against Sanger in the House Football Tournament matches. In the Year 5/6 match, there was a draw (1-1). In the Year 3/4 match, Elgar won (2-1). Well done to all players who participated.
Inter-House Football Tournament 2018/19 Our Primary Football Inter-House Tournament began. There was an overwhelming victory for Lewis! Both the matches against Foster were won by Lewis. In the Year 3/4 match, the score was 3-0. In the Year 5/6 match, the score was 4-2. Well done to all participants.
Parent Teacher Consultation Day 2018/19 It was great to see so many parents at our Parent Teacher Consultation Day. We hope the feedback received from MCE’s Teachers helps you to continue to support the college and your child through the learning journey.
Sanger Dress Up Day On Wednesday 24th October, pupils supported the Sanger Charity by giving a donation to wear non- uniform. The theme was Halloween, everyone looked fantastic! A range of Halloween themed activities also took place on the day to raise additional funds for the Sanger charity. Thank you for supporting this event.
Ganache Trip 2018/19 Year 4 students had their taste buds tickled today on a trip to the Ganache chocolate factory in Maadi. Pupils created scrumptious pops and flavored chocolates. They also took part in a workshop, learning about the journey from Cocoa beans to the shops. A great time was had by all!
FUE Trip 2018/19 Year 4 have been studying the human digestive system and for greater depth for part of this topic they visited The Future University in Egypt: The children were taken on a tour to observe the facilities where they visited the Dentistry Department and explored and learned about teeth.
Sitara Trip 2018/19 Year 1 and 2 have enjoyed a wonderful experience at Sitara Theater where we watched the shows ‘The Jolly Postman’ and ‘Ali Baba and The Four Thieves’. Children behaved excellently and were a credit to Malvern College Egypt.
Egyptian Day 2018/19 The Primary School enjoyed a fabulous day of activities and performances in College on Wednesday. They celebrated ‘Egyptian Day’ with style and some fantastic costumes. All the children had a great time!
Students in the Early Years and Primary School had lots of fun this week playing with Lego. Learning through Lego is a great way of developing a child’s creativity and fine motor skills as well as building on their problem-solving skills and working in a team.
We took 5 teams to participate in the Finals tournament at NCBIS. Teachers, teachers from other schools and parents have all commented on how well our students behaved and what good ambassadors for the school they were. The PE department is very proud of the efforts and contributions that students have made to sport at MCE.
The Dentists came to visit Nursery classes last week to help the children learn all about the importance of brushing our teeth correctly and eating a healthy balanced diet to make for a lifetime of good dental care.
On Sunday this week, Year 3 went to Wadi Degla Protectorate to work with the Wadi Degla Environmental Science Centre on a variety activities about rocks and soils. This was a fantastic practical day, which helped to reinforce our Science work in school. The children really enjoyed this educational visit; it was valuable to their learning but also lots of fun!
As part of our “People Who Help Us” topic in the Early Years, students enjoyed a visit from the Cairo Traffic Police. They had a talk on road safety but the highlight of the day for the children had to be when they were let loose to drive mini cars on our blue basketball court which had been transformed into a series of roads, pathways and junctions. The day provided the children with some very valuable life skills on how to stay safe, both as passengers and pedestrians, and their enthusiasm was clear to see.
Well done to all of our swimmers who competed with such determination at the CAC swim meet on the 10th and 11th of November. The MCE Swimming team received 92 medals, keep up the great effort everyone.