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  • SPOTTED AND REPORTED, Hour of Code  - Thamer International Schools

    By Lujain Hussameldine Mostafa (4-J),

    To the Queen who shines at night,

    Ever brighter than a fire light,

    You were always my favorite tutor.

    Taught me how to rid a cycle,

  • No Place Like Space Activity - Lower Primary School - Thamer International Schools

    By Lower Primary School,

    What would be more adventurous than riding a spaceship to the moon! This short video shows our theme room in the Lower Primary School during "No Place Like Space" activity.

    We believe it is everyone’s responsibility to empower children with the creative, intellectual, and decision-making skills necessary for them to become academically, socially, physically, and emotionally successful and responsible.

  • NO PUN INTENDED Riddles - Thamer International Schools

    By Jana Ahmed Al Sayed (9-H)

    1. What do you call a bee that lives in the US? – A USB!

    2. Why is the king only one meter tall? – Because he is a ruler!

    3. Where do animals with no tail go? – To the retail store!

    4. Why did the scientist install a knocker not a bell on his door? – Because he wanted to win the no-bel prize!

    5. Why didn’t the keyboard sleep? – Because it had two shifts!

  • Open House - Lower Primary School - Thamer International Schools

    Dear Parents,

    Thamer International School cordially invites you to its L.P.S. “Open House” that will be held on Saturday, Moharram 24, 1439H. which coincides with October 14, 2017G. from 11:00 a.m. till 12:00 p.m. We would appreciate it if you are punctual and arrive to your child’s classroom 15 minutes before 11:00 a.m.

  • Open House - Upper Primary School - Thamer International Schools

    Dear Parents,

    Thamer International School cordially invites you to its U.P.S. “Open House” that will be held on Saturday, Moharram 24, 1439H. which coincides with October 14, 2017G. from 12:00 p.m. till 01:00 p.m. We would appreciate it if you are punctual and arrive to your child’s classroom 15 minutes before 12:00 a.m.

  • Outstanding Learner Awards for The May/June, 2017 Session - Thamer International Schools

    Thamer International School is delighted to congratulate our ranking students for achieving top ranks in the outstanding learner awards for the May/ June, 2017 session.

    Our students who appeared for the CIE exams have achieved 10 exceptional awards of distinction. T. I. S. administration recognises that these results are a reflection of the talent, dedication and commitment of both learners and the staff.

  • Parents Teachers Meeting - Thamer International Schools

    Dear Mothers,

    Thamer International School graciously invites you to attend the Fathers - Teachers Meeting as follows:

    Date

    School

    Thursday, March 2, 2017

    Time: 5:30 p.m. till 8:30 p.m.

    Middle School (Girls)

    Senior School (Girls)

  • PICK OF THE MONTH, The Broken Land - Thamer International Schools

    By Eyad Islam (4-A),

    60 million years ago, there was a dinosaur called Rino. He was clever, and he could fix anything. He could recycle any item and could also talk in different languages.

    Well, for these special qualities, he was called Rexi-fixi. When all the dinosaurs knew that he could fix anything, the problem began. Rino couldn’t control his anger because of the many dinosaurs who came to him. But, on the other hand, he made awesome things. One time, he reshaped a rock to become a bridge across the river. Well, his anger made him stump extremely hard on the ground which almost caused an earthquake. “What have you done!?” a dinosaur reflected. “It’s because of you, idiot!’’ Rino said.

  • TRAVELOGUE, Paddington Station - Thamer International Schools

    By Yousuf Khot (9-B),

    As you step your foot at any busy railway station, you witness a sea of people haphazardly rushing from one platform to another. You always find absolute commotion and noise.

    From the entrance itself, Paddington Station looks massive and huge. Some tourists with heavy backpacks patiently wait for their trains to arrive. While others are at the cafeteria grabbing a light meal before a long journey. A few office men and women dapperly dressed briskly rushed on platform to be on time for work. Next to the iron statue of Paddington, two little kids frolic around while their parents click their pictures. Tired looking after a long journey, a mother and son probably were eagerly waiting for their relative to pick them up.

  • POINTS TO POINDER The Wolf’s Crescent - Thamer International Schools

    By Manal Saleem (11-E),

    As I walk upon the Earth

    Moon glistening in my wake

    Around the deep blue lake

    Place of the white wolf’s birth

  • POINTS TO PONDER My Family - Thamer International Schools

    By Hala Jameel Addas (4-J),

    I have 4 brothers big and small some are short and some are tall. My sister's baby is small and fat, he looks adorable when he wears his hat.

    My mother cleans and cooks the food and tell us to behave and stop being rude. Our car is cute, her name is cupcake if she ran in the road she would be pancake.

    Our garden has alot of trees. With butterflies and buzzing bees. Our house is loud and full of noise. What do you expect with alot of boys? Family means alot.

    Source Link: March Newsletter (2018-2019)

  • Reason, Rigour, and Results - Thamer International Schools

    With students that consistently achieve a high ranking in the country’s IGCSE and GCE results league table, Thamer International School (TIS) in Saudi Arabia is proud to be one of the country’s most prominent international schools. Academic Director explains that it’s down to the rigorous preparation that students receive. “We prepare our students so well for exam situations,” she says. 

    “We start to work on the basics in pre-school, and continue right through until they reach years 10 to 13. Our students approach exams with confidence as they know how to revise. Every year, more than 80 per cent of our students receive A and A* grades in all their subjects in the CIE official examinations.”

  • Senior Experience - Thamer International Schools

    By Hadeel Osama M Oun (12-E),

    It’s about time!

    My high school years are coming to an end. Although some people might think that graduating from high school is a tiny chapter in the big book called ‘life’, to me it’s a pretty immense milestone. When I think about the new chapter I am so close to reaching in my life, I get a knot in the pit of my stomach. I come across a lot of different emotions, some of which are fear, sprinkles of nervousness, with a side of excitement and expectation.

  • SPOTTED AND REPORTED Implementation Day - Upper Primary School - Thamer International Schools

    By Upper Primary School,

    The students of Grades 1 and 3 have recently explored some science topics through one of the most creative and fun means.

    With each grade assigned a surprise topic, they were given material such as play dough, colored papers, glitter and colored pencils. They were then informed of the topic on the spot by their form tutors and were given almost the entire day to work on their projects.

  • SPOTTED AND REPORTED, Fun, Run and More! - Lower Primary School - Thamer International Schools

    By Lower Primary School,

    January 2019 marked the Lower Primary School’s “Fun, Run and More” activity where all children participated in an enthusiastic morning race. This activity was a great opportunity to introduce our students to the joys and benefits of physical fitness and team spirit. All the Lower Primary School family which included both the children and the staff displayed fantastic energy throughout the 3-day event. It was a super way to have fun and stay fit and healthy.

    Source Link: March Newsletter (2018-2019)