SPOTTED AND REPORTED, No Place Like Space!
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, 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.
SPOTTED AND REPORTED, T. I. S. Senior School Annual Debate
By Sabine Sleiman and Zaina Al Qadi (12-D)
The annual debate is one of the most anticipated events of the year and an academic activity that gives students creative room to express what they feel. The length and breadth of knowledge that they gain through the debate is simply unparalleled. T. I. S. has set the benchmark for conducting activities in such a way that the students not only enjoy but also learn a great deal from it.
TIS SCOOP, Pumpkin Experiment - STEM
By Upper 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)
TIS SCOOP, Recap: Senior School Girl’s Drama Play
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.