Upper Primary School

  • News

    Dear Parents,

    Thamer International Schools would like to inform you that students of Grades 1, 2 and 3 (Boys & Girls) will be dismissed at 01:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 22, 2018 as the schools are hosting the Parents – Teachers Conference at 05:30 p.m. in sha'a ALLAH. 

    We appreciate your constant support and cooperation.

  • News

    Dear Grades KG2 & G1 Parents,

    Starting Sunday 12/02/1440, which coincides with 21/10/2018, your child will appear for the computerized and standardized tests called Measures of Academic Progress® (MAP®). Thamer International Schools is giving its students MAP tests to determine their instructional level and to measure their academic progress in the area of the core subjects: Maths and English.

  • News

    Dear Parents,

    Thamer International Schools cordially invite you to its L.P.S. and U.P.S. “Open House” that will be held on the dates / time as per the below mentioned schedule:

  • News

    Dear Parents,

    Thamer International Schools graciously invites you to attend the Parents - Teachers Conference as follows:

    You are kindly asked to limit your time with every teacher as much as possible. If you feel that more time is needed to discuss specific issues, please arrange for another appointment with the concerned coordinator or the Head of School.

  • News

    Dear Parents,

    Thamer International Schools graciously invites you to attend the Parents - Teachers Conference as follows:

    You are kindly asked to limit your time with every teacher as much as possible. If you feel that more time is needed to discuss specific issues, please arrange for another appointment with the concerned coordinator or the Head of School.

  • International Day MS Girls

    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.

  • UPS Events

    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!

  • TIS SCOOP My Superheroes

    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.

  • TIS SCOOP - Pumpkin Experiment

    By Lower Primary School

    The students of grade 3 went to the science lab last month in order to execute a STEM related experiment regarding pumpkins. They were asked to weigh the mass of the pumpkins, count the number of ribs on them, measure their circumferences and collect, count and weigh the seeds.

    Source Link: December Newsletter (2018-2019)

  • University Visit to TIS

    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)

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