World Children’s Day

EBIS is celebrating tomorrow, World Children’s Day. World Children’s Day was first established in 1954 as Universal Children’s Day and is celebrated on 20 November each year to promote international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide, and improving children’s welfare.

Children is to wear a pair of jeans and a colourful T-shirt. Activities will be during break time to re-energize the body, clear the mind, and help reduce any stress.

Looking forward to enjoying the time together!

year 2 worked on their projects for Geography Awareness Week projects in identifying the different famous monuments in Egypt, land and water forms and the map of the world. Our students enjoyed the opportunity of fun activities in class to explore the Earth

year 2 students learned to use the ‘Scientific Method’ and did the apple experiment in class to make the observation of the apples turning brown. Our guess was correct the lemon prevented the apples from turning brown. It was an exciting Science lesson.

students in year 2 successful identified woodland animals and got to know the conditions they are able to live in. They made their own owl and were proud of their creative work in our Science class. 👏