Newsletters

  • International Day Middle School Girls - Thamer International Schools

    By Donna Linga (8-G)

    International Day at T.I.S was a complete and utter success! For weeks on end, the girls of the Middle School practised and worked nonstop on wonderful performances to represent their given countries. For this year’s International Day mothers of Grade 4 to 8 were invited to enjoy the show. It meant that the event had to be perfect and according to my secret sources, the mothers were very impressed.

  • International Day Senior School Girls - Thamer International Schools

    By Rima Rabie Adib (12-D)

    The Senior School of Thamer International Schools hosted its annual International Day, with a beautiful kaleidoscope of colours, music and cultures, last Thursday. The purpose of the event is to broaden students’ horizons and afford opportunities for them to learn more about their contemporaries’ cultures, food, and languages, while forming a greater understanding of their own place in the wider community. The auditorium was transformed into an airport, our hosts turned into flight attendants, and the SLC turned into cabin staff, all led by our pilot mentors into a smooth flight across the globe.

  • No Place Like Space - Thamer International Schools

    By Lower Primary School,

    A mesmerizing adventure that fulfilled our promise to both parents and students. What would be more adventurous than riding a spaceship to the moon!

    Opulent yet educational, extravagant yet informational, the event was extraordinarily interesting with a plethora of facts and information about the space which transported the students on an amazing trip to the moon.

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

    By Upper Primary School,

    During the month of February, students of the UPS along with the staff sattogether to relish their food and enjoy the ambience of eating together. It was a fantastic opportunity for students to have fun in the open playground, for a delicious meal and create wonderful memories in a joyful spirit.

    Source Link: March Newsletter (2018-2019)

  • Saudi National Day

    By Rahaf Al-Harbi (12-E)

    T.I.S. celebrated the Saudi National Day on Wednesday, September 19th with great zest, channeling its enthusiasm towards Saudi Arabia and its diverse culture.

    The schools’ auditorium was decorated with flags and bright green decorations which represent different regions of KSA. The entire school joined the celebration to get the tribal sensation. Some students came in traditional dresses, green t-shirts, and costumes representing different occupations found in KSA.

  • UPS Events - Thamer International Schools

    By Upper Primary School

    1. Hero Day: The children of UPS had the chance on October 18, to write and share stories about the Hero of their lives. Students were also given the opportunity to dress like heroes. The Hero Day was a magnificent day!

    2. Dive Dream Discover: Our little adventurers had an outstanding day discussing and dressing like sea creatures.

    3. Cupcakes: On October 29, our little cooks were able to present their talents in decorating cupcakes with different kinds of chocolate chips, candies, whipped cream, icing, and many more. We all had a sweet, mouth-watering day!

  • STEM - Thamer International Schools

    By Upper Primary School

    Students of the Upper Primary schools spent some quality educational time in the school's lab. They were engaged in implementing what they had learnt in class about plants - like parts of the plants, their life and how to plant seeds. They also had the opportunity to observe the difference between plant and animal cells. This was an extremely educational experience which the students thoroughly enjoyed.

    Source Link: November Newsletter (2018-2019)

  • Body Experience - Thamer International Schools

    By Ghufran Hashim and Andrea Reynante (12-E)

    “In the end, what makes a book valuable is not the paper it’s printed on, but the thousands of hours of work by dozens of people who are dedicated to creating the best possible reading experience for you.” — John Green

    Yes, being a part of the student editorial body may seem like a handful; however, it is more than something you just sign up for and toss aside later on.

    We started this newsletter because we want to have a platform where students can utilize their writing skills to have their message heard. We want students to express their creativity and have a place to showcase their crafts. We want students to be up-to-date with news and to be aware of what is going on within the school. We want students to contribute in whatever way they feel most comfortable in, because this newsletter is for the students.

  • Super Bell - Thamer International Schools

    By Upper Primary School,

    The students of UPSwill enjoy doing the Super Bell Competitionduring the Science Class.

    The Super Bell presenter will enter the class ringing the Super Bell which tells the teacher to stop explaining the lesson and the students to close their books and start the super bell activity procedure.

    She will choose a student randomly and will ask him/her a question which will be related to the same week’s material.

    Source Link: April Newsletter (2018-2019)

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

    By Fatima Hossam (8-I),

    On Wednesday, 6th of March, the Annual Science Fair was held in our school, and we certainly learnt new and interesting facts that we never knew we could experience learning.

    The students from middle and high school were divided into groups, and each chose a different topic to demonstrate by doing live and practical experiments. Furthermore, they competed and presented their results in the form of a report, display board, and/or models that they had created.

  • The SLC Investiture - Thamer International Schools

    By Naama Banaja (12-E)

    The SLC Investiture was an event attended by all SSG students along with teachers to formally initiate the SLC. Mrs. Almas Khot commenced it by giving the audience a brief outline of what they will be expecting to see. The role of the host was successfully fulfilled by Anna Adnan (10-H). After a delightful Quran recitation by Lybah Adnan (11-E), two informative videos were displayed containing descriptions about the seven departments and the former committee’s achievements, artfully prepared by Andrea Reynante (12-E) and Naama Banaja (12-E). Next, Mrs. Almas requested the elected heads and co-heads for each department to take the stage; were presented with our badges and swore our oaths in unison.

  • What to Expect from Term 2? - Thamer International Schools

    By Zaina Al-Qadi (12-D),

    With the new semester comes new opportunities and experiences. While we should reflect on previous successes and failures and use them to our benefit this semester, we should also take every new opportunity that comes our way. With upcoming events, exams, new trips and finally graduation it could be said with certainty that term 2 is more lively and even quite nerve-wracking.

  • Cafeteria Writing - Thamer International Schools

    By Maram Khalid (10-G)

    “A MOMENT TO BREATHE AND RELAX.”

    The new addition to our school is a cafeteria. Once you enter, you can note how lavishly decorated it is. You are first met with the ordering section where foods and drinks are available. After taking a right, there is a seating area where you find multiple lengthy marble tables that can fit a large number of students.

    There are many food and drink choices available for students and teachers to enjoy. Some of the choices given are salads, countless choices of sandwiches, and many other snacks. Not only all that but drinks as well, for example, packed juices, fresh juices, coffee, and tea.

  • TIS SCOOP DAHMUN - Thamer International Schools

    By Lein Akkad (12-E)

    T.I.S will be joining the annual DAHMUN (Dar Al Hekma Model United Nations) for its 2nd year in a row with over 80 students participating.

    This year’s motif is “challenging the status quo- a redefined future” The spirit of MUN is to create awareness and understanding among students from various disciplines and prepare them as Future Global leaders.

    This year’s theme will be featuring the following committees:

    1.) ECOSOC: The Issue of Population Displacement “No one leaves home unless home is the mouth of a shark.” What makes it so? What is it that makes developed and developing regions struggle to stabilize the population issue? This summit shall discuss how to resolve the problem once and for all.

  • Hooray! It’s Autumn! - Thamer International Schools

    By Lower Primary School

    The Lower Primary students had the opportunity to learn about autumn and how it is the transitional season between summer and winter. It is best noticed by the colour change in leaves. In this activity, children participated in hands-on-activities that allowed them the chance to explore the autumn season in the interactively designed area.

    Source Link: November Newsletter (2018-2019)