Colouring Event The years one, two, five and six enjoyed an Art Experience led by an artist from Samir and Aly on Wednesday. The children all worked independently developing the Malvern College Egypt qualities of Collaboration, Risk Taking and Curiosity. Watch out for a new Pablo Picasso in the making! To know more about our Colouring event, click on the link below: http://bit.ly/colouring-event
Dear Parents, We are delighted to announce the launch of our regular MCE Open Days for Prospective parents , beginning 23rd October. These Open Days are designed to give you the opportunity to meet members of the College management team, explore the school campus and learn more about what an MCE education is all about. If you are interested in attending one of the upcoming Open Days we would ask you to follow the below link to choose your preferred date to register for the event. Registration for Open Day: Kind regards, Malvern College Egypt Team
The French Information Session It was a great pleasure to welcome parents of primary school children to find out about French learning in Primary. We put them on the spot when they are about to get into teams and battle it out on QUIZLET.
Prefect Investiture Ceremony On Thursday 11th October Mr Phillip Hunter, Head of Primary School, kindly welcomed children, parents, and special guests into the Theatre for the Primary School Prefect Investiture. All were treated to lovely piano playing by Lilya Sidky and several pieces from the Year Four Choir. Head Boy and Head Girl, Prefect and House Captains were then presented to the College.
Cambridge Assessment International professional Development Training It was an honor to host Cambridge Assessment International Education teacher training at MCE. Teachers from across Cairo and Middle East attended a range of professional development courses.
Secondary Open Morning Have you ever been in your child’s shoes? An open day allow you to experience learning from your child’s perspective. We hope our Secondary School parents enjoyed their visit on Tuesday.
Gap Students from the UK! Academic Year 2018/2019 Looking back to five years ago, I was a nervous new student who was about to start her adventure through GCSE’s and A levels at Malvern College. After completing that wonderful adventure, I could not be happier to have been given this opportunity to work as a ‘Gappy’ at Malvern College Egypt. I am excited to help out in all aspects of the school including the Personal Resources and Human Resources departments and taking new perspective parents on tours around the school. I am keen to throw myself entirely into school life […]
KENKEN Maths Challenge On Saturday 6th October pupils from Malvern College Egypt participated in the National Finals of the KenKen Challenge. They were competing against children from all Egypt to earn a place at the Middle East Finals to be held in the UAE in November. We are still awaiting the results of this experience but we, as a College, are proud of their achievements so far. Well done to all competitors.
Praise Post Card Secondary School pupils being recognised and rewarded for their efforts in demonstrating the Malvern Qualities. to know more about our Malvern Qualities, click on the link below: http://bit.ly/Malvern-Qualities–
Reception and Year 1 Assembly This week we gave certificates to children who had achieved more than 20 of the 50 things to do before you are 11 ¾ years old during the summer holiday activities set by MCE.
backpack initiative 2018/19 We have had the first child within Early Years to bring in a filled backpack for our backpack initiative. The backpack contained all of the items which we have requested, 2 hygiene items, 2 pieces of stationery, 2 toys and a WOW item. The backpack was also clearly labelled for a girl between 4 and 7 years of age. Thank you to all the families who have provided backpacks so far. Please keep them coming into school! We want to beat last years total of 200 shoeboxes, with even more backpacks for the needy children in Cairo. […]
Year 10 & Year 11, along with parents, attended the International A Level vs. IB Diploma Programme presentation by Mrs Burnett, Head of Sixth Form and Mrs Maher, IBDP Coordinator. The differences between the qualifications were laid out and both students and parents developed a clearer understanding of the two programmes.
The final matches of the Primary Inter-House Football Tournament were very exciting. In particular, the Year 5 and 6 match had us all feeling very tense, as it went to penalties! In both the Year ¾ and 5/6 tournaments, Lewis were the winners. Congratulations to Lewis House and well played by all the other teams.
Darb1718 trip 2018/19 The Year 5 children visited Darb 1718 to experience a creative day as part of their introduction to the topic of Ancient Greeks. The children learned about the process of how clay is used to create pottery; they made their own bowls, decorated plates and even experienced time on a potter’s wheel.
Inter-house football tournament 2018/19 Primary School House Football – on the 12th of November, matches were both won by Lewis. Well done to them and well played by both teams. This now completes the first stage of our tournament. On Tuesday the third place finals will be played, and the ultimate final takes place on Wednesday. Good luck to all House teams!
CAC Swimming Competition 2018/19 CAC hosted a wonderful Swimming competition. MCE were great swimmers whom were also admired for their sportsmanship. Our pupils achieved 2nd and 3rd place in many events. MCE’s pupils won 40 medals (Gold, Silver and Bronze) in total. A fantastic achievement.