Head Master’s Coffee Morning It was great to see so many of you at the two Headmaster’s coffee mornings this week. It gave people the chance to socialise with other parents and to talk with the senior staff at the College.
GAP STUDENTS Academic Year 2016/2017 I was fortunate to spend nine months as the first Gap Year student, alongside George Eldridge, at Malvern College Egypt. Having lived in Malvern my entire life and attended Malvern College for five years I had a really firm idea as to what Malvern College Egypt should look like: to this effect I was pleased to be able to help out the PR and Marketing department. While the nine months went far too quickly I felt I was able to bring back some of the skills I learnt to the UK. For example, I have […]
Gap Students from the UK! Academic Year 2017/2018 I am really looking forward to spending my time at Malvern College Egypt and making use of all the fantastic opportunities available. I await the opportunity to work with the PR and Marketing department within the school, however I am also a keen musician who plays the guitar, violin and sings. In addition, I have a great love of sports, my favourites of which are tennis and football. I am taking a Gap Year after completing my education at Malvern College as Head of House of School House. My goal upon completing my gap year is to […]
First Day of School Academic Year 2017/2018 We are back! The summer holiday has come to an end and the pupils are quickly settling back into school life. We all hope that everyone has had a relaxing summer break and are very pleased to welcome the new pupils to Malvern College Egypt this academic year. We hope they love their time here, and throw themselves at every opportunity the school has to offer. Good luck to everyone in the Autumn term.
SEPTEMBER EVENT TIME STAFF Sunday 10 First Day of School START OF TERM 07:30 08:00 – 08:30 Tuesday 12 Primary School Parent Information Session – Welcome to the Early Years 08:30 Mrs. Dibb-Holland Tuesday 19 Whole College Parent Information Session – Swimming Information at MCE 08:30 Mr. Driscoll Tuesday 19 Headmaster Coffee Morning Primary Parents 10:00 Mr. Grice Wednesday 20 Headmaster Coffee Morning Secondary Parents 10:00 Mr. Grice Thursday 21 Islamic New Year Holiday Sept 21 SCHOOL HOLIDAY Sunday 24 CCA’s begin NCSSP swim meet – U11 & U13 sprint meet (25m) — NCBIS 15:00 – 16:30 […]
Sanger Charity A.P.E On 7th June, Susana Romani (the FoMCE charity representative) and Miss Belcher visited the Sanger Charity A.P.E. to deliver Ramadan boxes. These were given to Muslim families suffering from anaemia that are supported by A.P.E. They also took a donation of 30,000 LE which has been raised through International Day, Sanger Dress Up Day and the Primary House Spelling competition. This fund will be used to make improvements to the playground used by children receiving education classes at A.P.E.
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.