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.
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.
Fagnoon Trip 2017/18 Year 1 and 2 had an amazing experience visiting Fagnoon Farm. Year 1 took part in a farming and pottery activity. Year 2 did woodwork and weaving. All children had the opportunity to learn how to make Baladi bread, to feed goats and to ride on a camel, horse or donkey. A great time was had by all and we returned to school with some very tired students.
Kidzania Trip 2017/18 The Nursery children enjoyed the most amazing day at Kidzania on Thursday 3rd May. A very big thank you to the parents who volunteered to join us for the day. Educational and fun trips such as this are an excellent opportunity for our children to build so many important life skills.
Year 5 trip to Wellspring 2017/18 Year 5 had a very successful trip to the Wellspring Overnight Camp in Wadi El Beit last week. High ropes, Zip wires and other team building activities were enjoyed by all. Teachers were so proud to see so many of our students overcoming their initial fears and taking a risk. The three days of the camp were nonstop and, needless to say, the buses were much quieter on the journey home!
The Reception children enjoyed an educational and fun visit to the family park on Thursday 12th April. The purpose of the visit was to explore the outdoors and to learn some more about plants. The children took a train ride around the park and took part in a scavenger hunt to identify plants and mini-beasts.