• 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)

  • How to Survive School?! - Thamer International Schools

    By Amira Hazim (8-I)

    School is one of the hardest stages in the life of any child, yet it’s the fun part that you’ll miss later. I know that this is nothing like you expected—the amount of homework you get, exams or anything really—but, believe it or not, it’s not as horrible as you think.

    Yes, I know that you have taken more than enough terrible school pictures in which you look like an ostrich with braces! And yes, you have this stage where you think that this school thing is getting too monotonous and that it will never end. But, if you really anticipate the life after school to be cool, you are completely mistaken. As time goes on, you have to be more responsible and you are going to have more and more tasks to achieve, so that’s even worse!

  • TIS SCOOP - Joys of Jogging - Thamer International Schools

    By Anna Adnan (10-H)

    Why Start Jogging?

    Physical Benefits:

    - Anyone can do it to easily lose weight.

    - Regular Toggers are far less likely to die prematurely than non-joggers.

    - Run easily without sweating.

    - It is free and you can do it anywhere

  • TIS SCOOP - LPS Activities - Thamer International Schools

    By Lower Primary School,


    Decorating, fingerprinting, cutting and pasting were some of many artistic and creative activities children of the L.P.S. have enjoyed while creating their own dots.


    It wasn’t only looking for the treasure, it also was a great adventure where the L.P.S. little pirates worked in teams to solve many educational puzzles and riddles, find the keys that led them to the treasure chest, and enjoy their victory in a very enjoyable way.

  • TIS SCOOP My Superheroes - Thamer International Schools

    By Salma Mohamed (3-K)

    My Mother is a women like no other. She gave me life, taught me, dressed me, laughed with me, fought with me, fought for me, kissed me, sacrificed for me, loved me unconditionally and made me into the person who I came to be. She will always have my love and gratitude.

    By Abdudallah Faisal Sulimani (1-B)

    My superhero is my uncle Abdullah. His name is like mine. He is a policeman and saves people from dangers. I wish to be like my uncle Abdullah.

  • Senior School Girl’s Drama Play - Thamer International Schools

    By Lama Qurashi (12-E),

    On January 29th of 2019, the entire senior school department (girls) of Thamer International School were invited to watch a performance conducted by the 9th and 10th First Language English students who worked effortlessly for two months to produce a masterpiece that would amaze the crowd. The play was announced to take place in the last two sessions, filling the students up with excitement and anticipation for what was to come.

  • Save the Environment - Thamer International Schools

    By Mayar Medhat (10-H)

    Save the Environment Day is an event hosted with the aim of creating a recreational form of education and has been constructed by none other than the 12th graders of the girls section. Backed by the Biology department, the occasion’s motive is to effectively raise awareness regarding our planet.

    The special day will showcase emotional performances, hilarious plays as well as a heartwarming theatrical performance. The hardworking batch will watch their exertion and effort unfold as a trashion show is rolled out, documentary displayed, and speeches are given.

  • The Woman Who Came To Dinner - Thamer International Schools

    By Dania Al Amoudi (10-H),

    The First Language English students of the ninth and tenth grade are collaborating to host and proudly produce the annual school play which will be performed during the school day. "The Woman who came to Dinner" is a story of a well-known writer who embarks on a "journey" of comedically barging in and staying within an innocent family's home, thus taking advantage of their hospitality.

  • University Visit to TIS - Thamer International Schools

    By Manal Saleem and Suha Mirza (11-E)

    As seniors and juniors, students have a large responsibility in mapping out their future; this is primarily focused upon by choosing fitting universities that will boost them to full potential.

    To help them with this never-ending process, the school organizes multiple university visits from around the globe. One such visit occurred recently due to a collaboration with the British Council, bringing forth guests from all over the UK.

    In anticipation, the student body rushed to the auditorium to be oriented with the ten universities that flew in. Other visits that arose were of a university from Switzerland as well as several from Lebanon. These institutions bring a wide variety of options from diverse cultures and make it easier for the students’ selection process.

    Source Link: January Newsletter (2018-2019)

  • TIS SCOOP Wake Up Wednesday - Thamer International Schools

    By Naama Banaja (12-D),

    Wake Up Wednesday is a weekly radio segment that replaces the mundane power-points with something that’s more motivating and energizing.

    It was conceptualized and begun by the SLC heads with a nudge from their English teacher. The topics vary every week and also depends on which department is taking the helm. For example, the first broadcast was taken over by the C&I whose topic of choice was to remind the seniors of their university deadlines and for the younger batches to be prepared earlier. I personally helped with the technical aspects on both broadcast by playing or arranging any media file needed. This project has received mixed reviews, but mostly positive especially from the staff, students, and the head of Senior School herself.

  • That is the SLC - Thamer International Schools

    By Rima Rabie Aladib (12-D)

    It’s that time of the year again, where we get back into our academic routines and re-integrate school into our life. To ease the stress of your high school life, the batch of 2018 founded the SLC (Student Leadership Community). The SLC was specifically created to help the students feel more involved in school decisions and activities and I am confident to say that we will achieve great things this year, perhaps even more than we previously did.

    Most of the members would agree that the SLC has helped them one way or another, from overcoming extreme stage fright to making new friends and finally combining to create a tiny community for ourselves. Not only is this experience an asset for your college application but for your personal life too!

  • أرسطو الإسلام - مدارس ثامر العالمية

    بقلم: ياسين عبدالرؤوف محمد / العاشر (ب)

    الزمان هو أحد أيام الألفية الثالثة، المكان في إحدى المختبرات العلمية المدرسية، فجأة دخل الحسين بن الحسن ابن علي بن سينا، نظر إلي، وتوجه إلي مباشرة، كنت في غاية الاضطراب والسعادة! نعم إنه هو الشيخ الرئيس ابن سينا أعظم أطباء عصره والعصور اللاحقة، اقترب مني وابتسم ابتسامة تدل على مزيج من الفخر والفرح والتواضع.

    - أهلاً وسهلاً بعالمنا الجليل، كيف حالك يا سيدي؟

    - بخير، في أحسن حال والحمد لله، ولكن كيف عرفتني؟

  • أغلى من الياقوت - مدارس ثامر العالمية

    بقلم: محمد طارق رجب / الحادي عشر (ب)

    ليس من دمي ولحمي ولكن قرابتنا أعظم بكثير

    الذي يفتح باب قلبي ويدخل إليه النور

    من أضحكني حينما كانت الهموم تغرقني

    من شاركني ألمي وقاسمني فرحتي

    ليس أخي بالدم ولكنه أخي بالروح

    أرواحنا متصلة ولو زالت أجسادنا

  • التواصل الاجتماعي بين الكذب والحقيقة - مدارس ثامر العالمية

    بقلم: منّة الله عماد محمود / الثامن (ز)

    لم يكن أبداً لما يُكتَب أهمية كما في عالمنا المعاصر: فيس بوك، واتس آب، تويتر، إنستيجرام. يُسمع الخبر فيبدأ الناس بتداوله دون تفكير ويبدأ البعض بالتعليق عليه. عالم افتراضي تملؤه أخبارٌ معظمها لايمتُّ للحقيقة بصلة، وتعليقات بعضها لا يليق بإنسانيتنا. والكل يختفي وراء لوحات معدنية ولا يعبأ بما قد تتركه هذه الأمور من أثر في حياتنا.

    معظمنا يتورط بالشائعات فهي قادرة على التسلل بيننا ودفعنا بعيداً عن بعضنا بعضاً وتفريقنا. وحتى المؤتمرات العلمية العالمية مثلاً، التي ينظر إليها على أنها من التجمعات الأكثر رقياً، لا تخلو من الإشاعات. لكن هل يظن الذي يسبب الإشاعات أنه غير مرئي أو أن ملائكته لا يسطرون؟

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