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.


October Riddles 2019 - Thamer International Schools

By Sarah Saddique (10-H)

1. What is the name of the tree that has no shadows and no fruits? (Family tree.)

2. What walks without two legs and cries without eyes? (Clouds.)

3. What is the thing that has a constant temperature whether you put it in the refrigerator or on the fire? (Chilli.)

4. What is the thing that comes without legs? (River.)

5. What is the thing which hits without reason, flies without a wing, and causes joy and anger? (Football.)

6. What is the thing that has no beginning nor ending? (The circle.)


Matilda - Thamer International Schools

By Hala Al Sulaiman (6-I)

Matilda Wormwood is a young girl who is extraordinarily brilliant. At a young age, she started solving complex math problems mentally and read books meant for adults. Unfortunately though, Matilda grew up with parents who did not give her the attention and love she deserves. Mr. and Mrs. Wormwood and their son, Michael, are quite different from Matilda - preferring to watch television rather than read books. They do not understand her and so often treat her badly.

Rather than feel hopeless, Matilda plays tricks on her family to get back at them for the way they treat her: replacing her father’s hair tonic with platinum hair dye and using a parrot to convince them that their house is haunted. These tricks give Matilda some relief and distract her parents from mistreating her.


Points to Ponder - Thamer International Schools

By Maryam Hatem 9-H

“Your life will require you boosting your self-esteem. Don’t hesitate to have a look at the power of optimism.” – Maryam Hatem 9-H

“The only way to do great work is to love what you do.” – Steve Jobs

“If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking, don’t settle.” – Steve Jobs

“Do something that your future self will be proud of.” – Michael Crossland

“Sometimes life is going to hit you in the face with a brick, don’t lose faith.” – Steve Jobs

“Grow through what you go through.” – Fed Famble

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