On Thursday, the senior students will be doing the first ever ‘senior walk’ as part of their graduation celebrations. The seniors will walk through the corridors of the elementary, middle and high school. The younger students will line the corridors and cheer the seniors as they walk by.
To celebrate we will have a school wide dress UP day. There will be no charge to students. We ask that students wear smart/professional clothes or wear their uniform.
Last week was a busy week with 4 evening events celebrating talent and success at UAS.
The grade 11 music class performed their final concert for the year. It has been an absolute pleasure listening to them this year. They are a very talented group of students. I wish you all the best for next year and know that you will continue to develop your talents.
The poetry slam was a great evening of poetry. Students performed original poems which were deep in meaning. Congratulations to the participants and to Rama who was the lead organiser and the group of grade 11 students who also helped to make the evening so well planned. To Hana, the MC for the night, thank you for being so entertaining.
The grade 9 music class gave their final performances for the year. It was evident that many of the students had progressed in their skills and gave some wonderful performances. Thank you Mr Cour for all the support you have provided the students.
The season 3 athletics awards took place with many athletes and parents in attendance. Athletes were recognised for their contributions to their teams. The Athlete of the Year, the Scorpion Athlete of the Year and the Scholar Athletes of the Year were announced. Congratulations to all the athletes and thank you to the coaches for a great year. More detail about the awards can be found on the Athletics Blog.
Ms Coetsee’s grade 10 science class conducted experiments last week. It looks like they had lots of fun while learning.
Today students received the permission letters to arrive late and leave early during exams (attached below). These need to be signed and returned to the secondary office as soon as possible. To simplify the process as students leave and re-enter campus, we will send the security guard a list of students who have permission to leave campus. The students only need to show the security guard their school ID card so their name can be checked off. All students received ID cards earlier this year. If your son/daughter has lost his/her ID card a new one will need to be ordered (cost 25dhs).
Attached is the exam schedule. There are some minor timing changes as we have included break times between some papers where possible. We have clarified start and end times. We have included break times where applicable.
Classes will run as normal until exams begin on Monday 30th May (grade 11) and Tuesday 31st May (grades 9-10).
If your child is sick and cannot sit an exam, a medical note must be provided to be able to sit a make up exam on 15-16 June.
Exam Early Leave Letter – May 9-11exam schedule – June 2016
9-11exam schedule – June 2016
Today in homeroom/assembly the grade 9-11 students were given their end of year exam schedules. It has also been attached for you below. Please note that we have been able to begin the exams a little later:
Grade 11 exams begin on Monday 30 May.
Grade 10 exams begin on Tuesday 31 May.
Grade 9 exams begin on Tuesday 31 May.
Once exams begin for each grade, there will be no classes and students only need to come to school for their exams. More detail about early leave/late arrival procedures from/to campus will be sent out shortly.
Classes for grade 9-11 will resume on Sunday 19 June after exams are completed.
9-11exam schedule – June 2016