Reception A Assembly Well done to RA for their assembly this week. The children performed the story of ‘The Gingerbread Man’ and worked really hard to learn their lines and remember their cues. It was a pleasure to see all their hard work pay off and to see them having fun whilst performing. Their progression and growth in confidence has really made me proud!
Ramadan Bags On 4th June, Mrs Pauline Adel (one of our FoMCE representatives) and her children, along with Miss Belcher visited the Orman charitable organisation to deliver Ramadan bags. These bags were bought using the money raised by the FoMCE at the Christmas Bazaar. The foods collected in school will be delivered to Muslim families suffering from anaemia who are supported by APE, our Sanger House charity as well as to the Lewis House charity, FACE orphanage.
Year 1 A Assembly Year 1 A preformed an inspired dance about friendship. The Children also read a poem about reading . The assembly was a part of our PSHE curriculum to reinforce the importance of positive relationships.
Reception and Year 1 Assembly Yesterday Reception M performed their class assembly in the theatre. It was the first time for many of them to speak on the stage and they did a fantastic job. In class they had been thinking about all of their own special talents and shared these with their families and friends. They acted out a story helping everyone to remember ‘it’s good to me!
KenKen Maths Challenge Results Well done to the 6 students in the Primary school and 8 Secondary school students who have successfully qualified for the National Finals of the Ken Ken World Championship, to be held in Cairo in October. We wish all the students the best of luck in the next round of the competition in their attempt to reach the Grand Final in New York City.
Primary Assembly A great assembly from Year 3 to round-up their topic studying the ‘Romans’. They demonstrated different battle formations with the shields they had created and even treated us to a musical rendition of ‘Hey Romans!’. Lots of fun for all involved.
Ramadan Boxes We would like to thank everyone who has contributed towards our collections for the Ramadan boxes. They will be distributed to worthy causes very soon. Today some of our Year 6 pupils were involved in the packaging of the donations received for our Ramadan boxes.
Swimming Competition Saturday 12th May saw the MCE Lions swim team compete in a swimming competition which was held at the Cairo American College (CAC). The MCE Lions fought very hard throughout the event with a number of MCE students achieving first, second and third places to round off a fantastic year of swimming. Congratulations to the entire swim team.
Dorothy’s Journey to Oz Dorothy’s Journey to Oz has been a great success. We hope everyone enjoyed this year’s school production. A big well done to all performers, crew and teachers for your incredible hard work. It has all paid off! Don’t worry if you were unable to attend, a DVD of the show will be available soon!
Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle all the way! Santa is here! Malvern pupils were very lucky to have a surprise visit from Santa himself. Our nursery pupils were able to meet the magical man, and each received a small present from him, whilst enjoying the opportunity to relax and spend time with the well-loved figure who was talked about frequently after his stopover. It gave our nursery the chance to explore their imagination of Santa, and really bring the magic of Christmas to life.
Cinderella Ballet Show Tuesday 13th June 2017 In June, 12 students from Year 1, 3 and 6 took performed in the ballet Cinderella with professional dancers from the Cairo Opera Ballet Company. Reception and Years 1 to 3 all came together to watch the spectacular performance together with teachers, parents, relatives and friends of Malvern. The brightly coloured costumes looked stunning against the black backdrop and students put on an impressive ballet show. It was fantastic to see the students all come together after two terms of rehearsals as part of the Co-Curricular activities programme. Ballet is a form of […]
The first ever school production ‘Songs From The Shows’ was a fantastic success. Every student involved should be incredibly proud of their achievements in such a short time at the College. I would also like to thank the teachers and staff who put in so many hours to encourage, prepare and run the show.
What an amazing way to celebrate the creativity and skills that have been developed over the year by our students. I was so proud to see their learning on display and have also really enjoyed being inspired by looking at the talent demonstrated in the exhibition. A special thank you to Mr. Faux for his outstanding leadership in this area. His passion for art has been inspiring for our students. Thank you also to all the other staff and students who helped create such a great exhibition.
The International Day was a huge success and enjoyed by everyone who was able to attend. The performances on the stage were fabulous and it was delightful to see so many of the Primary School exhibit so much confidence with their singing and dancing. The International cuisine on offer was delicious and a treat for the palate! Clearly a lot of hard work went into organising the event and I would like to thank the Friends of Malvern College Egypt Committee, all those who ran a stall and those who provided food in making the day so memorable. A special […]