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ademic year. this very successful ac f o d n e e h t t l through visits and a u o y o t rite he work of the schoo t g n i t r o p p u s It is my pleasure to w n i d e g a g to be en ernors have continued During this year, Gov ildings, and Staffing. rriculum, Land and Bu u C , e c n a n i F n o s g n i t e sub-committee me hich aims to inancial sustainability w f s ' l o o h c s e h t f o t n e was on the developm including facilities, oard’s strategic focus ment in the last years, B t s e e h v t n , i 4 e 1 h 0 t 2 t f a o h t g n d i e t s e a e e l a re p d to be In the first m ducational needs. We hat the school is judge e t d e n r a u s l n e e n n d o e s p r l e e p h , s e a r h u t , uc financial management meet changing infrastr positions dedicated to l e n n o s r e p w e n d n a t resources, equipmen ards. red international stand operating at the requi f activities. This ision for wide range o v o r p y t i l a u q g n i o g n o undertaken, ensuring uildings projects were B & d n a L t n a c i f i n g i s f A number o ore students. r more than ever to m e f f o o t l o o h c s e h t d e l has enab last 30 years. e have achieved in the w l l a n o g n i t c e l f e r d n niversary in 2014/15 a rward to our 30th An o f g n i k o o l o s l a e r a e W

Mr Paul Walton Chair of Governors


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e g a s s e l’s M ts our school has esses and achievemen c c u s , s t n e v e y n a m e h ft unities to ook is a celebration o ide varieties of opport Our 2013-2014 Yearb w a h c u s e e s o t g n i s a illiam ly ple njoy being at school. W mic year. It is especial e e d e a w c a d t n s a a g p n i e v h i t r h n t i s d i e a y i r enjo ritish School, Alexand s reminds us that we rent pages that The B e f f i d e h t m o r f e e.” For our school thi r e i s f l l a ’ f u o g n i t h g i l learn. Yo e h t t u b l t the filling of the pai nts to be wrote; “Education is no a fire within our stude t h g i l o t m i a e w o S . Butler Yeats famously g and enduring learnin arts or ledge and expect deep , academic studies, the t w n o e n k m p n i o l r e u v o e p d l y l a p n o m i s s r e t do no hether it be in their p r learning. In the ic in all that they do w t e g r e n e d n a c i t s i d to develop a love fo m n i a t p e f i l l o o h c s f o ambitious, o s t c e ed to engage in all asp tish School ted to see familiar Bri ool students are inspir h h g i c l S e d h s i m t ’ i I r . B e r e o h f T e . b s t r r e o v p s and successful than e n to be more popular w o r g s a h l o o h c s r u o r of events. past yea atures of the calendar e f l l i t s l o o h c S f o s d n e to come and Fri lexandria. In the years A , events led by teachers l o o h c S h s i t i r B e h T f ry proud to be part o ts and friendships, ers and staff are all ve h c a e t r u o , s t n e remember social even r a y l p d , s n t o f , s e s s e c c u Our studen s th c i m cade and remember many a ic year, the 30 k m o e d o a b c r a a e t x Y e s i n h t e h h t g o u t o r d h r you’ll look back t arbook. I look forwa you the 2013-2014 Ye o t t n e s e r p o t l a p i c n i r P so I am very proud as ation. ool, with eager anticip Anniversary of the sch

Mr Stuart Dennis Principal CEO


Student Council st Head Girl & een selected as the fir b e v a h o t r o n o h n a h it has been suc ank all the teachers as Firstly, we’d like to th ferent events and sh School, Alexandria. em with organising dif h t g n i p l Head Boy of The Briti e h ; s g n i t e e m r uch as we would il at ou this year was not as m ing the Student Counc d C a S e l e h r t o f y b e l e b i n s o n d o p k s r e o r ere ievement was The w In our positions, we w k that our biggest ach across Senior School. n i s h r t e I t t . s a s m e l t e n h e t r r e e f v f i e d n n b o jo ions effort and did a good gathering student opin ey have put in a lot of h t , r e v e w o h t . u s s b e r c o c f eat su nised and have hoped hich proved to be a gr who was actually orga w l i c ” s n b u o m c u r t n C e “ d a u i t r s e t a e f d a a spoke we h establishing the new C he first time in so long udent council member t t s r y o f r e e v s E u . a l c o e o b h , c e s n n o i y s r e e change d issu different for ev nd what they want to ss different matters an a u c k s i n i d h t o t s t This year has been so k n e e e d u w t s y r r e u v o e t ouncil met once nnis and tell him wha active. Our Student C ould meet with Mr De w e w , t a h t g n i w o l l o f n rl Conference in out for his peers. The l COBIS Head Boy/Gi a u n n A d n 2 e h t d e d n e e att also got to or keep. trip to Spain where w ers to talk about. We e e h r t a y c l i s d a n e a s s a e c w n r e i a r e e y p e x h e iting including Paris, hlight of t rld who had some exc various different cities o n i w In our opinion, the hig s e d h t n e r i e r f v o w l l e a n g m n i o r k f a o speakers e conference as well m Murcia. We listened t d Girls and Boys at th a e H r e h t o e h t h t i w k interact and wor next Head Girl and ucharest, and Abuja. hool and we wish the c B s , r n u o o d n t a o L , m e d i t r s d y s a t M c , e f Amsterdam d start to the new pre ar was certainly a goo e y s i h t t a h t e v e i l e b e Overall, w ext year. Thank you. Head Boy good luck n leh

Hesham Sa Germaine Aboud & oy Head Girl & Head B


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ith a s been a great year, w ’ t I . m i r b e h t o t d e l l i f inds and hearts are nces mes to a close, our m ch and shared experie u m d e n r a e l e v ’ e w r e As the school year co d children! Togeth to be and wonderful staff an Ela this year have got l u o b A n i s t h g i l h g i h e fantastic new campus ome. Some of th are highlights the ith us in the years to c Although these events . w e that will long remain w f a t u b , e m a n o t ay t the k Day, International D ve all made throughou a h y e h t s s e r g o r p e h our Science Day, Boo t our building and l is the children within greatest highlight of al year. achers, teaching an all be proud of - te c e w g n i h t e m o s s i r a e our s ye ed and progressed thi earted passion to mak p h e o l l e o v h e w d d e n v a a h y t y i e n h u t m w m Looking at ho strength of our co dria a truly a special port the children. The p u s o h w l l a d n a British school, Alexan s t e n h e T r d n a a l E l u o b assistants, pa A s children, make ace of learning for our school a wonderful pl place.

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Class List 1. ABDEL KADER (MOHAMED), Nour 2. BASSIOUNY, Malika 3. BATTISHA, Haya 4. EID (RADWAN), Aliaa 5. EL BARAWY, Farida 6. EL MEGUID, Sherif 7. ESHRA (MOHAMED), Ibrahim 8. EZZ, Hosna 9. GADIN, Yassin 10. GOWEIDA, Hassan 11. ISLAM, Joumana 12. KHALIFA (MAHMOUD), Hussein 13. MAHFOUZ, Aley 14. MOATASSEM, Sondos 15. RAWOOT, Lujain 16. RIAD, Lina M 17. SAEED, Farida 18. SONBOL, Nora 19. SPURGEON, Sarah

Staff Ms Gabrielle Vallely Ms Dina Mostafa

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r all the staff It has been amazing fo . r a e y l u f s s e c c u s d n a ry busy fident, happy FS1 Red have had a ve y little people into con h s , d i m i t m o r f p o l e v e ow and d to see the children gr students. e made l Easter Egg Hunt. W o o h c S f o s d n e i r F e h t excited about g for the chocolate In April, we were very n the garden searchin i e m i t t a e r g a d a h d n y our treasure a bunny baskets to carr e had a eggs. off this topic in May, w h s i n i f o T . t r o p s n a r T h each other. e were learning about to show and share wit s y In the summer term w o t d e l e e h w t n e r e f f i e children bought in d Wheels Day where th


Foundation Stage 1 Blue Class List 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

ABDEL GAWAD, Taline ALI, Jana D E S S O U K I , F a ri d a EL ALI, Youssef E L BAR AW Y (MO H A ME D ), Z i a d 6. EL GHAZOULY, Zeinab 7. EL MALT, Maryam 8. EL MENAGHM, AbdulR ah m an 9. EL SHERBINI, Yassin 10. FARGHALY, Seif Allah 11. FARRAG, Youssef 12. FRANSIS, Rachel 13. GERMAIN, Elsa C 14. HOSSAM EL DIN, Khadija 15. MCINTOSH-WHYTE, O m ar 16. MORSI, Farida 17. RADWAN, Aley 18. SALEH (TAREK), Eyad 19. SALEM, Haya 20. TAWFIK (AHMED), Tulay

Staff

Ms Nichola Quinones M s N o h a S aa d Ms Rana El Kobtan


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ic n c i P s r a y Be dy bears have day is the day the Ted o T ! e s i r p r u s g i b a f o e eir favourite teddy ods today you are sur children brought in th e h T If you go down the wo . m r e t t s r i f r u o n reated FS1’s first big event i dy Bears Picnic’ and c d e T e h T ‘ g n o s e h their picnic! This was t g n ket. We sa then picnic basket and blan y bear shaped biscuits d d e t d e k a b o bear from home and a s l a e W e music. our teddy bears to th our own dances with teddy bears. shared them with our y bears, teddy y bears, counting tedd d d e t g n i t n i a p g n i d u l c n i Hunt’ bear related activities e’re Going on a Bear W ‘ e All week we did teddy k i l , s e i r o t s r a e b well as reading teddy bear running races, as


Class List 1. ABDEL MEGID, Hady 2. ABOU SHEAESHAA, Youssef 3. ABOUD, Marc 4. AHMED SALEH, Mahmoud 5. ASHRAF, Jewel 6. BADAWY, Hania 7. BAYOUMI, Ali 8. DAABOUL, Alma 9. EL BEHAIRY, Moataz 10. EL GHONEMY, Yehia 11. EL MAGHRABY, Hazem 12. GHOBRIAL, Verena 13. HABASHY, Joseph 14. HANNA, Mourad 15. HOSSAM, Omar 16. HUSSEIN (MARWAN), Diyala 17. KABEL, Alia 18. KAMAL, Jada 19. KARKOUR, Zeyad 20. KASSEM, Youssef 21. KEIRATUM, Remas 22. MAHGOUB, Dahab 23. MUSTAFA, Adam 24. OSMAN (MAHER), Kamal 25. WESEYA, Ghalia

Staff

Ms Deirdre Greaney M s S am ar E l M ar ak s h y Ms Mennatallah Soliman

Foundation Stage 2


s t h g hli g i H exciting themes ar in FS2, with lots of e y d e l l i f n u f , y s u b , l u f Me, We had a wonder year were: “All about s i h t d e r e v o c s c i p o t e out. Th and topics to learn ab , Under the Sea and perheroes, Dinosaurs u S , s n o i t a r b e l e C d n a Festivals Pirates” s. It was any different response m e r e w e r e h t ” r a e y t of the nt all featured hildren their “highligh y and our dinosaur hu a D e c n e i c When we asked the c S , y a D a m a j y s was another very one; Superhero Say, P r their mums and dad o f y l difficult to choose just b m e s s a r i e h t g n i e students, perform as highlights. For som popular choice! Overall it was a great

year in FS2!


Class List 1. AL AKHTAL, Radwan 2. DARWISH, Farah 3. DUKE, Michael T 4. EL BANAN, Youssef 5. EL KHOLY, Badr 6. EL MALT, Yasseen 7. EL MEZAYEN, Seif 8. EL SHARSHARI, Yassine 9. ESHRA (AMR), Laila 10. FRANSIS, Jonathan 11. GADIN (HASSAN), Aisha 12. GOMAA (KHALED), Yassine 13. HASANEEN, Yahia 14. HELMI (MOURAD), Yassin 15. KHALIFA, Karim 16. MOATASSEM, Fares 17. NAGULENDRAN, Ruby L 18. NATHAN, Priscilla 19. SHAWKY, Salma

Staff

Mrs Christine El Eisawy Ms Marwa El Shahawy

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he Esra to a Farm owned by t p i r t a n o t n e w ) e u l B ar 1 (Red and In the Spring Term Ye family. ry side. the Alexandrian count f o t r a e h e h t n i e r e w tly felt like we de of the We arrived and instan anas growing at the si n a b n e e r g d n a e c n a r t ing the en We saw palm trees lin back in time. road. It was like going the barn was quite hand. The smell inside y b d e k l i m g n i e b s w o s a special treat one of the c d by what they saw. A e u g i r t n i We then went to see d n a t n e i l i s e r ely other. children were extrem t drink milk from its m i h c t a w o t e l b a n e h t overpowering, but the children were ught out a calf and the e saw wheat, the farm workers bro d by fields of crops. W e d n u o r r u s s e v l e s r u o und h the camels love to ee some camels and fo w lots of thistles whic a s o s l a We continued on to s e W . e c n a d n u b clover all growing in a artichokes, beans and eat. top of a palm tree. killfully climbing to the s s r e m r a f e h t f o e n o ained by had a great We were then entert to go home. We had d e t n a w s u f o e n o n d end an r time had come to an hers in Year 1. Before we knew it ou l the children and teac l a r o f y r o m e m l a i c e p day. It is a very s


Year 1 Red Class List 1. ABDEL AAL, Mohamed 2. ABDEL KADER (AHMED), Y as s i n 3. ASHOUR, Moustafa 4. AZAB, Hanna 5. EL FEKI, Ali 6. EL GOHARY, Ahmed 7. EL TAYEBY, Karma 8. ESHRA (MOHAMED), Youssef 9. FAIZAL, Saif M 10. FALEH, Farah 11. FOUAD (FOUAD), Yassin 12. HAZZI, Karma 13. KAMAL, Hossam 14. MOUSTAFA, Amena 15. RAMY, Yassein 16. VAN ZEYL, Thijs 17. YOUNES, Yasmin 18. ZAKARIA, Youssef

Staff

M s N i a m h W al s h Ms Nelly Bakr Ms Rana El Kobtan


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s t n a Pl The topic was ar “Growing Plants”. e y s i h t c i p o t 2 m r e T oyed the science writing speech Year 1 Red really enj d fun role playing and a h s t n e d u t s d n a ” k l a t ck and the Beans decided to linked to the story “Ja eans’ that Jack got and b c i g a m “ e h t t u o b a d y giant. We talke little beans bubbles for the hungr hralled watching their t n e y l u r t e r e w s t n e d ur own. The stu ry careful plant some beans of o n diaries and made ve a e b t p e k s t n e d u t s e h beans over y bean plants. T out. They tracked the g n i t u o r p s t grow into long straggl o o h s y n i t t o f t he ings from the first sigh observations and draw k them home. 4 weeks and then too ling of the ren performed a retel d l i h c e h T . 2 m r e T f o at the end ed! in the Year 1 assembly g. Well done Year 1 R n o s d n a k r o w The topic culminated t r a l u f i t their beau as well as showcasing story “The Tiny Seed”


Year 2 Blue Class List 1. EL BEHAIRY, Adham 2. EL GHONEMY (GAMAL), Y as s i n 3. EL KATEB, Omar 4. EL SHAYAL, Salma 5. EL SHIMI, Abdel Rahman 6. FARES, Maria 7. GERMAIN, Louis 8. GHOBRIAL, Patrick 9. ISLAM, Joudy 10. KARKOUR, Marwan 11. MUSTAFA, Judy 12. SALEH (TAREK), Omar 13. TORKY, Saja 14. ZOREIK, Adham

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Ms Gabrielle Vallely Mr Alexander St George M s A l i aa H as s an


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ts h g i ighl by our puppets inspired nning and then making a l p , g n i t a g i t s e v n i f n o u f reat kinds many of the different In Art & DT, we had g First, we learnt about . ) y d u J d n a h c n w e w a n t ed t o u s l P ( a i r c i nd what mate a k our ‘Seaside’ top o o l d l u o w y e h t w ng carefully about ho e a d t o se w o u r puppets before thinki ed our needle and thr s u ) ! y l l u f e r a c y r e v ( e h . Ne x t , w u e! use to make them wit at made them so uniq e added the details th w , y l l a n i F . r e h t e g o t s t puppe elous job! st made predictions Didn’t they do a marv in our locality. We fir s t a t i b a h s u o i r a v e h t . We took searched ing what we could find ls’ science topic we re e a e s m i e n r A o f d e n b a s s n t n o i a t l a P ‘ c o r l u t In o over in the differen animals we might disc about which kinds of g what we found. chocolate was first great care in recordin the Incas to learn how o t k c a b y a w e h t l l a t e w en own chocolate e factory to make our unt about chocolate. W t o a l m o a c o e g h u c h a a o t t n t r n a e e l w e n W day and we eve into how it is made to elicious treats in. made. We also looked packaging to put our d e t a l o c o h c g n i h c t a c e ds a de some ey rating as a class towar goodies! We then ma ing in pairs, to collabo k r o w m o r F . m a e . t r e a h s ot ing a ideas and respect each e importance of work s us all to listen, swap e Every day we learnt th r i u q e r h c i h w y t i v i t c k is a very social a shared goal. Teamwor oppable! Together we are unst


Year 2 Red Class List 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

ABDEL NABY, Youssef B A S S I O U N Y , F at i m a EL AASSAR, Nadine EL KAMSHOUSHY, Yehia EL KWIRY, Youssef EL MEZAYEN, Fares E L S A Y E D ( MO U S T A F A ), H ay a 8. EL SHIMI, Yousry 9. FOUAD (MOHAMED), Zain El Deen 10. KHADRAGI, Malika 11. OSMAN (MAHER), Nabila 12. OSMAN (OSMAN), Abdallah 13. ZABADY, Mohamed

Staff

Ms Bethany Hindley M s N o u rh a n N a s s a r


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ts h g i ighl e have been ing has taken place. W n r a e l f o s t o l e r e h w d ear 2 Re and fun filled year in Y It has been an exciting es to dress up! ad lots of opportuniti h d n a s y a l p d e m r o f r e n the spectacular on trips, p ills when performing i k s g n i t c a t n e l l e c x e r i 2 Red showed off the ere amazing! In Autumn term Year nts) their costumes w e r a p e h t o t s k n a h t ( d tion. It was very Christmas play an the Alexandria fire sta o t p i r t a n o t n e w e . � so w e the fire-fighters train utumn term was “Fire years and to see wher e One of the topics in A h t r e v o d e g n a h c d a the fire engines h to learn even interesting to see how lexandria Planetarium A e h t d e t i s i v e w d n a ic and one ut Space late. It was a great top n enjoyed learning abo o e c r d o l i h h C c , e r a h t e y m e r h e t t f g o n i s r In Sp of the favourite topic uly yummy topic! term we studied one ots of chocolates; a tr l g n i k a m d n a g n i more. Also in Spring t s a t shop and the Pistache chocolate e into Prep School. which involved visiting er fondly as they mov b m e m e r l l i w 2 r a e Y f hope all o year and one which I It has been a fabulous


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e of learning ence a wonderful rang i r e p x e s t n e d u t s ; e c a l elop their ibrant and busy p ere pupils further dev H . m s a i s u h t n e d n The Prep School is a v a y t tivi ssroom is a hive of ac activities and each cla . w their independence g skills and begin to sho to improve the learnin r e d r o n i r e l l a m s s e z i the king our class s that has underpinned x classes this year ma i e s t i u o t S r w e t o r u g p l m o o o h C c r S u p o e tablishment of We have seen the Pr r has also seen the es a e y s i h T . r e h t r u f n e v environment e h. duced. author Ciaran Murtag the students have pro f l l o a t t i a s i h v t e k h r t o y l w n i c i a t t s r a e t c n fa a highlight was e gone on to learning experiences; g n i t i c x e y n a ur teams and they hav m o o o s t n e e c e n s e s r a e f h f i r d a e e g y u s i h h a T ated in made many students particip o s t a h t p m a c l l a b t o o The f es. e goals and win match score some impressiv off. It is d work certainly paid r a h e h t l l a – s s e c c u s t another huge offer them. the Pied Piper was ye f o n o i t c u d o r eet the challenges we p m l o o o t h p c u p e t s y e h t The Prep S w s are and ho confident our student wonderful to see how success. ll their hard work and a n o s e v l e s m e h t e t a l u hould congrat a fantastic year; they s d a h e v a h s t n e d u t s l o Prep Scho ley Mrs Bronwen Smal ol Head of Prep Scho


Year 3 Blue Class List 1. ABDEL KADER (AHMED), M o h am e d 2. AREF, Adam 3. AZAB, Gamal 4. DUKE, Sonya G 5. EL GOHARY, Loutfy 6. EL SHARSHARI, Farah 7. FAHMY, Sherif 8. FIVEASH, Luke 9. HAMISA, Youssef 10. KASSEM, Jana 11. KILANY, Nariman 12. RIAD, Younes 13. SOFI (AHMAD), Zulfa 14. YASSIN, Fahd

Staff

Ms Stephanie Fiveash Ms Dena Hegazi


Art

ng i w ra D & ith a range of g and experimenting w n i r o l p x e g n i y o j n e , r a a very creative ye ture and depth to Year 3 Blue have had ented with adding tex m i r e p x e , s c i a s o m d e t atrix e have comple e studied the life of Be w n e h w s a artistic techniques. W w c i p o t e t i vour cil and colour. Our fa hed and drew her our drawings with pen rian England and sketc o t c i V n i e f i l d e r o l p x e her stories stories, character from one of e t i Potter. We read her r u o v a f r u o e s o h c roportion. We rawing pencils. We cusing on shape and p characters using HB d o f , s e g a m i m o r f s r e t c tching our chara xture and shadow. and then practiced ske pencil to add detail, te r u o e s u d n a e g a m i n rest of y at our chose o our parents and the t d e t n e s learnt to look carefull e r p e w h c i h w ONDERFUL drawings We produced some W ss assembly. Prep School in our cla


Year 3 Red Class List 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

ABDEL GAWAD, Serene AL AK HT AL , S a m a ASHRAF, Zein E E L MA NS Y , A lia H A Z Z I , F a ra h IS HA G, Hin d I S M A I L , S o l i ma n N A S R E L D I N , M o h a me d OS MA N ( MO H A ME D ), Momen 10. RAMADAN, Ismail 11. RAMY, Youssef 12. VAN ZEYL, Lotte 13. ZOREIK, Ganna

Staff

Ms Elizabeth Daly Ms Rabab Beshir


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ly b m Asse wn class. We have ar 3 Blue and in our o e Y h t i w h t o b , r a e y l u mming, have had a wonderf adow and ICT progra h S & t h g i L , s l a v i All of us in Year 3 Red t s e F s, like World ng, writing and t lots of different thing t a lot of time discussi n enjoyed learning abou e p s e W . y l b m e s s a r photos e year for us was ou put in information and e W . m a e t a s a but the highlight of th r e h t g so well toge ’s Day songs to the with everyone workin s, and from St. Patrick rehearsing the show, g n i r p s d n a s t e n g a m o at the Chinese dragons t lt nervous, but excited e f l l a e w e c n a m about our work, from r o f r e e day of the p arly for When it was finally th e spoke loudly and cle w , s g n o s e h t r recipe for cupcakes! o f d e c sang and dan ped and it! Time to shine! We e in the audience clap n o y r e v E . d l u o same time. This was c e w t we though rmed even better than the lines and we perfo proud of ourselves. cheered and we felt so it as much as we we hope you enjoyed d n a , w o h s l u f r e d n o w ly a had made our assemb All of our hard work did!


Year 4 Blue Class List 1. ABO GABL, Omar 2. ALI, Hamza 3. AREF, Hanna 4. EL GAZAYERLY, Hanya 5. EZZAT, Ahmed 6. GAD, Gamal T 7. IBRAHIM, Malak E 8. LEVER, Mathew 9. MOUSTAFA, Moustafa 10. NASIR ULAH, Mostafa 11. TORKY, Ashraqat 12. YAKOUT, Ziad

Staff

Ms Jemma Biggs Ms Ola Bennis


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his Saba Pasha Station. T as Gym in front of the e d I d e d n e t t a ll e e w w n t e i f h d it also ear was w logy unit of Robots an o The highlight of our y n h c e T n g i s e D r u o h lp support us wit trip was planned to he of ‘The Iron Giant’. with our Literacy text r st cting activities. The fi ete a range of constru l p m o c o t e l b a tead e s r n I e . w o , basic leg he children his wasn’t like normal T Throughout the day t . o g e l g n i s u t o b o r en trying to create a mponents. The childr activity involved them her programmable co t o f o e g n a r a d n a s g . s o r th e e n so r s, c ete in a race against o t h e r e w e r e mo t o r s , s ir own robot to comp e h t g n i d l i u b y b d e s u h were completely ent were only ight and balance. We e w f o s e l u r g n i r e d i s n n y mo r e ! a car to race by co we couldn’t request a d n a ) s r o We also had to build s s i c s d n a e p c, ta aterials (straws, plasti provided with basic m engaged and focused. kept all of the children h c i h w y a d l a c i t c a r p This was a very


Year 4 Red Class List 1. ABU EL ENIN, Nour El Dean 2. ALI (SELIM), Mohamed 3. AMIN, Amr 4. ANDREU AUBARELL, R am o n 5. AZAB, Malak 6. CHIN, Darren 7. FOUAD (FOUAD), Yousef 8. IBRAHIM, Hana E 9. KOPTAN, Jana 10. MOKHLESS, Sherif 11. RADWAN, Omar 12. SOFI (AHMAD), Lubna 13. SOLIMAN, Selim

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r; one of their es throughout the yea i t i v i t c a c i f i t n e i c s s u o i he children had yed completing var d make a parachute. T n a n g i s e Year 4 Red have enjo d o t s p u o r g g in force of gravity. olved children workin favourite activities inv nce to slow down the a t s i s e r r i a t s o m e h t utes that created to think about parach ed the parachutes by p an egg safe. We test e e k o t d e d e e n s e t u h that we measured that their parac used. Another factor a c e b The groups were told d l u o w e g a m a d t alcony and seeing wha dropping them off a b ch the ground. a e r o t e t r the parachu o f n e k a t e m r egg from i t e h t s a w design that saved thei e u q i n u a e t a e r c o t d manage s Purple group as they The winning team wa destruction! heir parachutes. lots of fun designing t d a h d n a n o i t a g i t s e v n i Everyone enjoyed this


Class List 1. ABDEL AAL, Yassin 2. ABDEL MEGID, Jana 3. ABDEL SALAM, Mohamed 4. ABDEL WARETH, Moutaz 5. ASHOUR, Nadeen 6. EL ALI, Tallah 7. EL SAYED (AHMED), Yusuf 8. EL SHAYAL, Kareem 9. FARES, Monica 10. GHALI (ALI), Youssef 11. HABIB, Nadeen 12. ISHAG, Ahmed 13. ISMAIL, Joud 14. NASR EL DIN, Abdel Rahman 15. NATHAN, Mehraeel 16. OSMAN (MOHAMED), Ahmed 17. OSMAN (MOHAMED), Salma 18. OSMAN (OSMAN), Hana 19. RABIE, Malak 20. REZK, Mohamed 21. TAHIO, Fadel 22. WILLIAMS-SHOWERS, Ramareo

Staff

Ms Bronwen Smalley Ms Jeannette Jones Ms Reem Adel Ms Doaa Mahran

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place in film project that took d e t a m i n a e h t , t b u o d 5 has been, without a Miss Jones and it The highlight of Year ed by Mrs Smalley and n n a l p t c e j o r p t n i o j a was he project s and their IT skills. T l the autumn term. This l i k s g n i t n i a p d n a g n i l literacy skills, mode ll boy’s ings Are’, about a sma involved the students’ h T d l i W e h t e r e h W ‘ ren’s picture book et for the was based on the child udents designed the s t s 5 r a e Y . s e r u t a e r c d inhabited by wild o ut o f adventures on an islan create the characters o t d a h n e h t y e h T . e o catch ing a different scen , they used webcams t movie, each group tak y l l a n i F . t e s e h t n o m e w to manipulate th The final er 5000 photographs. plasticine and learn ho v o d e r i u q e r h c i h w k s ed a most vie; a painstaking ta 5 students had produc r a e Y e h t , s t i each frame of the mo d e r c d n und track a ith the addition of a so ave school. result was amazing; w king long after they le a m r e b m e m e r l l i w y e and one which th exciting piece of work


Class List 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

DUKE, Peter N EL ARABY, Ibrahim EL ARABY, Mirna EL GAZAYERLY, Mohamed EL HADIDY, Yassin EL SAMIN, Yassein EL SHAARAWY, Adham EZZ, Abdullah GADIN (HASSAN), Mohamed 10. HAMISA, Yasmine 11. HUSSEIN, Mohamed 12. ISHAG, Muhamed 13. MANSOUR, Bahira 14. MAREI (AHMED), Ahmed 15. NASSAR, Ahmed 16. OSMAN (ASHRAF), Omar 17. SAMPIERI, Joseph 18. TAWFIK, Abdul Rahman 19. WESEYA, Dana 20. YASSIN, Menatallah 21. ZAKI (HANI), Mina 22. ZOREIK, Mariam

Staff Mrs Clare Germain Ms Salma Hegazi

Year 6


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ns o i s Ses why they is easy to understand t i d n a r a e y s i h t t h g i e maturity and h ughly Year 6 have grown in year. They have thoro r i e h t f o t h g i l h g i h a g essions as bein y will be chose the transition s eir new teachers. The h t t e e m o t g n i t t e g d n clid campus a ertise of enjoyed visiting the Eu e also enjoyed the exp v a h y e h T . r a e y t x e n ith confidence pinhole able to move there w pressed with making a m i y l r a l u c i t r a p e r e w hool staff and some of the Senior Sc camera.

aintained the Prep ‘The Pied Piper’ and m f o n o i t c u d o r p r a e y f ely well on the end-o They worked extrem ear. rt and excellent end to the y backdrop, the hardcou School tradition of an e h t d e t n i a p d n a m s a i enthus the scenery with such They have worked on themselves.


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arning & f a forward thinking le o n o i t c u d o r t n i e h t n e period that has se nd huge through a transitional ithin the curriculum a g w n i d o e g d s d i e l b o o m h e c y S l l r u f e c w i o b L blessed ama and music, Ara within Euclid. We are the introduction of dr , s l e o m o t m g a r n i g n o r r a p e l g n d i n h a c a e e r t , our uctu of students. However velopments in infrastr t e n d e e m h n t i a f t o t a t r d a n p a s s a s t e r n g e financial investm us is always the pro ingness to learn. taff and their main foc s d e t a c i d e d , d e t ffort, humour and will t i e r m i e m h t h t i w s u s s e l b to have such co ch and every day tastic students who ea biggest asset is our fan

rts, science ions, the winter conce t c u d o r p s ’ r e t r a L r M the ents including rnings for parents and o many memorable ev o s m h t i e e w f f l l o u f C n . e n e o b n s e a e h b r The yea r students have her develop. and the many trips ou s t n e v e y c a r e t is will continue to furt i l h t s u d o n r a e r o f e b r e v week, nume e n the school like amme has opened up r g o r p n o i t i s n a r t 6 r a Ye ool. in’s Year 6 to our sch a m r e G s r M e m o c l e w Year 10 and I Year 9 all the best for s ’ t a y a h B s M h s i w o t I would like Mr Paul Ford ool Head of Lower Sch


Class List 1. ABDOU, Nour El-Din 2. ANDREU AUBARELL, Ares 3. ASHMAWY, Zakaria 4. BADR (ADEL), Hana 5. EL CHIWY, Hamza 6. EL HADDAR, Mohamed 7. EL MAGHAWRY, Karim 8. EL MAGHRABY, Omar 9. EL MENSHAWY, Mohamed 10. FARES, Marina 11. FOUAD (MOHAMED), Ziad 12. HABIB, Adham 13. IQBAL, Bilal 14. NOUR EL-DIN, Farida 15. OMAR, Mahinour 16. OSMAN (OSMAN), Farah 17. SAMAHA (WALID), Yassin 18. SAMAHA, Yehia 19. SCHITO, Ilyas 20. SHARAF, Anas 21. SOLIMAN, Hosn 2 2 . T O RK Y , O m a r 23. ZAKI, Maya

Staff Mr Junaid Rawoot Mr Haitham El Tonsy

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ts h g i ghl h e se ved in many events. T s trips and been invol u o i r a v n o n e e b e v a h y s he terml discos, This year, the Year 7' four for Humanities, t e r r a C o t p i r t e h t , y a pic sports d l Shoukafa Trip. include the Mini Olym Field and the Koum E n a r h a Z f o g n i n e p o e ip, th the Qaitbay Citadel tr s the Koum El ents really enjoyed wa d u t s e h t d n a t u o d o o really st re amazed One of the trips that much to offer and we o s d a h a i r d n a x e l A t a were surprised th Shoukafa trip as they . by the historical relics to visit because I have h were a real pleasure c i h w s t h g i s c i r o t s i h f d a lot o njoyed the d really amazing. It ha mazing sites. I really e a h c "The place itself looke u s d a h a i r d n a x e l A re and never thought never been there befo trip." Mahinour, Year 7


Class List 1. ABDEL AZIZ (IBRAHIM), Judy 2. ABDEL KADER, Omar 3. ABOU REFAI, Mohamed 4. ANANI, Abdel Rahman 5. ASHOUR, Nancy 6. BADR, Youssef 7. BITAR, Nadia 8. EL KHOLY (AHMED), Omar 9. EL MENSHAWY, Omar 10. EL SAYED, Mariam 11. HASSOUNA, Youssef 12. IQBAL, Omar 13. ISMAIL, Nour El-Hoda 14. KHATIB, Mona 15. OBEID, Mohamed 16. OSMAN (MOHAMED), Kareem 17. OSMAN (OSMAN), Dina 18. OSMAN (OSMAN), Donia 19. RADY, Ahmed 20. SAHAGIAN, Kevin 21. URSO, Sara

Staff Ms Raona Williams Mr Auday Ali Mr Arnaud Germain Mr Javid Iqbal Ms Rana Saber

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include the UN rips and events. These t s u o i r a v n o n e e b e v Year 8 ha ally stood out was the Throughout this year, ne of the ones that re o , r e v e w o H . p u n a e l c rk conference and the pa 17th April 2014. ok place on Thursday o t t a h t p i r t s e i t i n a m u h ducational the first part of this e g n i r u D . y a b t i a Q t r o coastline near F carried out a They investigated the f the coast. They then o e p a h s e h t d n a s e s n e e sea def ns on the current sea trip, they looked at th perspective and opinio ' s l a c o l e h t g n i d n i f f o se survey with the purpo e n mo r e . could be improved ev y e h t w o h d n a t the history of the s e c n e f e d d educated them abou n a d e m r o f n i t a h t e d i hitectural tour gu and look at its fine arc ry fortunate to have a e e l v t s e a r c e e w h t y e r h e t t , n s e i h o t t r d e t e Af ion, they were allow d its purpose. In addit Fort Qaitbay castle an looked at the design. lexandria, where they A f o s e t i s s u o i g i l e r d ing the sacred an n concluded with rip involved them visit Judaism). This was the d n a y t i n a i t s The final part of this t i r h C , m a l ligions (Is h of the three main re different beliefs of eac am and McDonalds. fun year that they will some delicious ice-cre a very educational and d e c n e i r e p x e e v a h y e hat th r 8s strongly believe t In conclusion, the Yea never forget.


Year 9 Class List 1. ABO GABL, Mohamed 2. ABOUL SAAD, Abd E 3. ALI (FARHAT), M Sheharyar 4. ANIS, Hussein 5. BADR (ADEL), Ahmed 6. DESSOUKY, Hanna 7. DOWIDAR-JACKSON, Felix 8. EL KAFRAWI, Yehia 9. EL KWIRY, Zeina 10. EL MENSHAWY (MOHAMED), Jumana 11. EL RAYESS, Seif 12. FOUAD (AMR), Lina 13. LOUHICHI, Ali 14. MOUSELHY, Youssef 15. NASIR ULAH, Menatulah 16. POOLE, Anastasia 17. SALAH EL DIN, Farida 18. SAMAHA (WALID), Rina 19. SAMAHA, Youssef 20. WESEYA, Hend

Staff

Ms Zakera Bhayat


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e students. From the creative flair of th f o t n e m p o l e v e d e h t ol PSHCE lesson, 9 has been ower and Upper scho L The highlight of Year a r o f t n e v e z i u q t n a i and delivering a brill the winter concert. meticulously planning d, Zeina and Menat in e m h A y b s e c n a m r o f r and guitar pe to the excellent drum of “Fate of a ssly on the production e l e r i t d e k r o w s s a l c e rformances; rt of the year th ding and surprising pe n a t s t Towards the latter pa u o h c u s n o t u p en t s vant to the ever so eat watching the stud heharyar’s sarcastic sa Cockroach”. It was gr S o t a n n a H y b l l e w o final production was cockroach played s ses they all were! The s e r t c a d n a from the feisty Queen s r o t c a t a e hat gr to forget Jumana and Hussain. W ed backstage and not y k r b o t c w a o e l h b w u e o s d o g h n t i s g u n i m d a f all involved, inclu d of course by no eam effort and spirit o va in Jumana! Lastly an i d e h t t u o g n i testament to a great t r b d e p l r uld have he best drama teacher’ M istance; who better co ommitment from ‘the c d n a y Farida’s directorial ass g r e n e e h t t u o t with could not have done i means least, the class Larter. Thank you !


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l o o h c er S n a great academic dication. Well done o e d d n a k r o w d r a h r i e they learn nts for th r Upper School stude CSE examinations and u G o d e n t a a l u E t S a r C g G n I o s c d r o a t w e ies to Firstly, I’d lik ew positions of ts focus on their stud life after school. The n ixth Form our studen r S o f d n n a o i 1 t a 1 r , a 0 p 1 e s r r p a e n i Y s e n i I year! e congratulated ponsibilit step and they are to b ake on more adult res t t s r o i t f e d l o b a o g e a b n o t e e r b e h e t v e r ha and mature tog aine this academic yea by Hesham and Germ d l e h l r i G d a e H d n a Head Boy y good mode of elieve this to be a ver b I . 1 1 on their contribution. d n a 0 1 s r a e Y n se i r part of a 2 year cour ent. As in England, ou d, state and independ IGCSES are studied as n d a l n g a n s E E n S i C s l G o l o o h o c s h o sh o w l c l s h a r w I n ou udents n virtually are 16 years of age. St ow, this is the norm i s n t k n e e d w u t s s A n . e e l h p w o y e l l p a g u s n 1, u learning for you ucation and/or free al term of their Year 1 er accelerate their ed xaminations in the fin h e t i c e i l b o t u p y l l r a a n e i f s r n i e o i h t t a t n i i s ght over 2 students ublic exam GCSE courses are tau I be entered for their p y d a n a m E s S e i t C i l i G b r a u r o o / a i d r n d a exan exceptional talents rn of study and The British School, Al hool follow this patte er age; this is rare. At c i s l r e a h e t n o a t t d a e s t t e i i d m u d t a s s e t r den space for mo ons otherwise. All stu ied in Year 10 with nd elling educational reas guage. These are stud p n a m L o c 2 e r a a s e a r e h s h i t l g s n s E e l n d no plans to years u native) an ur students. There are o rabic (native and nons A t i f n i e n e r e a b s t n a h o i t t p m e u c l x u e c i u rr examination. The nt adaptation to the c now offer German 10. This is an importa very pleased that we r a m e ’ I Y . f s t o n 3 e d u m t r s e l T a n n i o i s t n p for exce Music from examinatio study Economics and f AL Arabic in Year 11 o o t n e o l i b t a c u e d b o l l r i t n w i s e t h n t e d n st u change this other tha r new Year 10 and 12 next academic year ou e h t o t d r a w r o f k o o l IGCSE. As we Mr Stuart Dennis IGCSE.

Dear Families,

ool Head of Upper Sch


Year 10 Class List 1. ABDUL HAMID, Nour El-Deen 2. ABOUD, Amir 3. DESSOUKY, Farha 4. EL DAMATY, Saad 5. EL HADDAR, Halima 6. EL MAGHAWRY, Ahmed 7. EL TAYEBY, Bilal 8. EL TAYEBY, Nour 9. FATHALLAH, Marwan 10. MANSOUR, Khadiga 11. SAAD (MAHMOUD), Youssef 12. SOLIMAN, Seif 13. TAHA, Eman 14. TAHIO, Fouad 15. WARDA, Jaylan

Staff

Ms Nichelle Jackson


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th compulsory e when they study bo m i t a s i t I . s t n e d u t s r o year f of their final allenging and exciting y, all students sat two a Year 10 is always a ch M n I . n e s o h c e v a h y ave done well nal subjects that the d will, undoubtedly, h n a e g a u g n subjects and the optio a L d n o c e S lish as a IGCSE Arabic and Eng examinations, namely ts have the in both. is a time when studen s i h t – k e e W e c n e i r e Exp g of the year was Work of work places, rangin One of the highlights nts went to a variety e d u t s r a e y s i h T . k r l o a ation ence the world of w ever and other intern opportunity to experi awyer’s office, to Unil l a o t , s n o s a e S r u o F iche and The nce. from the Hilton Corn atly from this experie at they benefitted gre h t t l e f e e n o y r e v e d n a l sports events – ther companies, ticipation in high-leve r a p ’ s t n e d u t s e m o s n r yea b ee g competitions. Next aspect of this year has l football and swimmin Another very positive a n o i t a n n i d e t e p allenge. m h c o c s i l rise to th f Year 10 who have r 10 will, of course, al a e Y f o s t have been members o n e d u t s e h t ear and ding and stimulating y will be another deman


Year 11 Class List 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

A B D A L L A , M e n at - A l l ah ABDEL AZIZ, Ahmed ABOUD, Germaine BRISCOE, Christopher D OW I D A R -JA C K S O N, Alexander 6. EL ABD, Mohamed 7. EL CHIWY, Abdel-Moneim 8. EL KHOLY (AHMED), H a mz a 9. GHALY, Karma 10. HELMY, Salma 11. ISHAG, Isshag 12. JONES, Paul Ryan 13. KHALIL, Hosni 14. KHATIB, Joanna 15. NANIS, Orfeas 16. SID AHMED ( M O U S T A F A ) , N i d ya 17. URSO, Youssef 18. ZAKI, Mariam

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ce n e r onfe r e that took place prio he learning conferenc t , t b u o d t u o h t i w n e e 11 has b The highlight of Year tions. to the IGCSE examina School Mr. Ford. nd the Head of Lower a s i n n e D . r M l a p i c n i r ed b y t h e P inations and help fine The project was plann Year 11’s for the exam e h t e r a p e r p o t s a w ence The aim of the confer lls. i k tune their revision s Works for You’, chniques called ‘What e t n o i s i v e r n o t n e m g ined a se The conference conta of revision. t at home. followed by the rules t learning environmen h g i r e h t e c u d o r p p l e en t s t o h e for parents and stud a music quiz. There was also a guid ing exercises and even d l i u b m a e t s u o i r a v d ye bove the Year11 enjo Along with all of the a very positive outlook. uable strategies and a l a v h t i w e c n e r e f n o c The students left the


Sixth Form Class List 1. ABDEL KADER, Farah 2. ABDUL HAMID, Ahmed 3. ALI (FARHAT), M Umar 4. BADR, Omar 5. BALBAA, Habiba 6. EL SHARSHARI, Youssef 7. MANSOUR, Ali 8. MUCCIO, Dina 9. NAGUIB, Nada 10. SALAH EL DIN, Ahmed 11. SALEH, Hesham 12. SID AHMED (MOUSTAFA), Youssef 13. TABIKHA, Farah

Staff

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ear y t grea . Students ar for all in Sixth Form e y e h t t u o h g u o r h t d sour, Dina Muccio, ghts have occurre Umar Bin Ali, Ali Man , r d a B r Various notable highli a m O : e e t t i m ate om ked collectively to cre for a school Interact c Ahmed Saleh Din wor democratically voted d n a d e m h A d i S f e s s u esham Saleh, Yo Farah Abdel Kader, H n community. nefit of the Alexandria e b e h t r f o f 0 0 0 2 E L g n ote the importance o events raisi E department to prom P e h t h t i w d e k r o w o i aguib and Dina Mucc Farah Tabikha, Nada N d tournament events. isting with teaching an ught provoking keeping healthy by ass duced original and tho o r p y l o h K a n e L d n a aguib Farah Tabikha, Nada N Talented art students reations. c r i e g others through th chool tuck shop artistic pieces inspirin is development of a s H ! r u e n e r p e r t n e n a g and bein ch has since r the cafĂŠ service whi d his business acumen o e f t a r r o t s s r n u o c e m r e p d r i l a l A u p n i o B p Umar Euclid campus was a 2014 Autumn term at throughout the 2013/ re . and Dina Muccio become a regular fixtu a Balbaa, Nada Naguib b i b a H , d i m a H l u d b A ri, Ahmed . ader, Youssef Shersha ard within Alexandria Finally, Farah Abdel K level Arabic/French aw S A n a r o f y d u t s o t r e n t s ev ed, regretful became the first stude us occasions were add o y o J . s t l u s e r h c i r g n i g b een investigations brin be divided! They have ed a year of practical friendships will never g n i t s a l d n a Sixth Form experienc d e i l p i t l u g has m t h o se w h o racted, lifelong learnin sing future belongs to a e l behaviour will be subt p t s o m e h t g n i v o r p to mentor; truly p a wonderful year grou ams. he beauty of their dre believe in and act on t


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ll camp in association he first time, a footba t r o f , d e t s o h a i r d n a x e The British School, Al ademy. European Football Ac t n e d n . Students had 5 with The Indepe il to Thursday 1st May r p A h t 7 2 y a d n u S n o arted ahran field. The Football Camp st d as well as the new Z i l c u E n i t holds an SFA r u o c d r a h e USA and Mexico, who , d n a l t o sessions and used th c S n i r e y a l p l a ssion has been H u n t e r , f o r me r p r o f e ” coaching licence. He C “ A F E U a s a l l e w The coaches: Mr Rob s a ing qualification s all over the world. ociation) level 2 coach d has organised camp n a s r a e y 0 (Scottish Football Ass 2 t s a p e h t e m y f or “B” licence. He is ropean Football Acad layer, holding a UEFA p l a n the Director of the Eu o i t a n r e t n i i n i a r h Ba Talal Ladhan, former s a coach. The second coach: Mr i police force as well a n i a r h a B e h t r o f r o t c u r currently a fitness inst l PE staff. situations. ermain and the schoo G d u a n r A r M y b pplying them in game d a e s t a s l l e w s a , t e e f h They were assi t o ing skills, using b was to work on exist every session. The focus of the camp rm-up and cool down a w s u o r o g i r a h g u o r The players went th


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Abou d Campus team wor ents and changes. The m p o l e v e d f o r e Administration staff an b m u n la so close ularly busy one with a ch a lovely historic vil u s d n i f o t e t a n u year has been a partic t r o f o and Years 1 st summer; we were s ff of Foundation Stage a t s d n a s t n e d u t Villa was renovated la s e h t a vibrant learning ses. Over the last year vergrown garden into to our existing campu o n a h t i w a l l i v y t p m e was an & 2 have turned what ing the environment. ing prepared. Contain e b o s l a e r e w s e c i f f O d up valuable ing, the Garden campus staff, this free d n a e c n a While this was happen n i f , n i m d a r number of senio ear 5 classroom! Leadership team and a old office is now the Y y M . e c a p w music s s s a l c r o f rt and Drama. The ne A , c i space to be used s u M g n i s u o h , e r t en l computer suite was ecame our new Arts C all week. An additiona d Heron was next and b e s u l l e w s i g n i d l i u b sures this tuition programme en technology. of our commitment to t r a p l a t i v Office – our a s m r o f d n installed a t next to the Garden o l y t p m e e h t f o n o i t i s ds of School came with the acqui ities such as the Frien v i t c a f o r e b m u Further development n a ; s t t is so heavily it’s not just for spor o taken place there. I s l a e v a h t r e c new Zahran field. And n o C r e giving and the Summ Bazaar, Pre-prep Prize out it. how we managed with magnet for our used we have no idea mbs was opened. It’s a u r C n e e t n a c w e n r u ts in the next added when o outlet for prep studen r e h t o n a Further services were n e p o o t m i a we were chtime and we now find our doctor – n a c u o senior students at lun y e c i f f o l l a m s cked away in a udents and staff. academic year. And tu ving our services to st o r p m i h t i w s u p l e h o fied staff t ing, filing, plumbing, fortunate to find quali mber-crunching, clean u n , g n i d l i u b , g n i p y t , g n hard work and ng, painti e was achieved by the r All of this moving, lifti o m d n a d r a u g g n i d n ning, sta installing, wiring, garde ff. We thank you. ation and Campus sta r t s i n i m d A e h t f o t n e Ms Carol Walter commitm

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Campus Staff Mina Messiha Bassam George Ahmed Abd El Raouf Hassan Eweis Tarek Ghazy Mustafa Khamil Kyrellos Fazwy Ramadan Mahmoud Gomaa Mabrook Moustafa Enawi Ahmed Mossalem Abdel Fattah Moustafa Mahmoud Ibrahim Mohamed Morsy Mamoud Saber Mohamed Taha Magdi Roushdy Alaa Dowidar Moustafa Balah Ahmed Taha Abdullah Sadaka Moatassem Roushdy Mohamed Abdel Moniem Amira Saaed Hanaa Ebrahim Mona Rizk Amal Abou Zied Khareya Sanad Zeinab Hamid Amira Esmael Nesma El-Ghandour Ragaa Hassan Naglaa Azab Fatheya Abdel Aziz Huda Younis Wafaa El-Sayed

Admin Staff Mohamed el-Eisawy Lydia Makram Rana Guirguis Lama Saber Manal Saber Maram Rayan Heba Selim Karim El-Masry Miray Edwar Dr Mona Fakhry Dr Ayat Saber Yosra Shier Maha Negm


Thanks to all our students, staff and community for their support and encouragement . It has been a great year !


Yearbook 2013-14  
Yearbook 2013-14  
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