Y9 Biology Lab
Students in Y9 were given the objectives for the topic of heat transfer and it’s life applications they were asked to research present and explain their findings.

Seeing is believing
Y7 practical session (extraction of and onion film to observe the plant cell).
They were able to:
1- Extract the film using common lab tools (scalpel and forceps).
2- Dye it using a pigment.
3- Wash it to remove any extra stain.
4- Place their specimen on a slide and cover it avoiding air bubbles.
5- Observing the specimen under the microscope and draw what they saw.

Y7 Trip (Museum)

Y6 Trip (Religion Complex)

Students are performing 3,2,1 activity about Ocean layers and sea creatures

Applying active learning in year 2 ( Where is the number?)
Students had to find the hidden number in a picture, then each group was asked to represent the number in a different way then they shared their work with the whole class

As an “engage” activity, students are provided with a habitat. They are then asked to draw living organisms (real or fictional) that could live there. This is followed by a class discussion where every student explains why he chose to draw this organism and describe it. The drawings are then posted.
The objective is to elicit the concept of adaptations.

Dear Parents/ Students

It gives me great pleasure to introduce myself as Director of EBIS. It is an absolute privilege to have been appointed by the school and entrusted with the job of leading such an outstanding school. I am committed to the continued success of the school and will ensure all students receive the outstanding education they deserve. Many of you will already know me as I have had a number of senior roles in ELS,most recently as Headmistress of the Girls School and I am determined that the school will continue to build on its excellent reputation and continue to flourish ,I will ensure that our high expectations and standards are maintained, and with your support and the dedication and commitment of the staff, we will provide an outstanding education to help every student achieve their ambitions.
At the start of a new academic year I would like to go through some key points to ensure a successful partnership between the school, parents and students this year.
1: Home School communication
2: Dress in proper full uniform
3: Be punctual to school and classes
4: Use school property responsibly
5: Speak with respect
6: Keep your mind and body healthy
7: Speak English at all times
8: Keep your honesty at its best

EBIS Director ,
Hanaa Riad

First day of School

Library: within the school building where pupils have access to a collection of resources that are aligned with the school’s curriculum to support its instructional program. Our collection will be periodically growing to meet reading needs of the school’s community.


Dear Parent/Student,

During this exceptional year, we shifted our teaching strategy and approach to help us all benefit the most from all the available resources within a very tight timeline.

As mentioned before we are adopting the blended learning technique, which combines online educational materials and opportunities for interaction with the traditional place-based classroom methods.

This technique puts a remarkable weight on the self-learning effort every student exerts on his own.

As mentioned before, several tasks that were used to be done onsite, will be asked to be done by students at home (induction phase).

Unfortunately we noticed that these tasks were usually neglected which by default caused a gap between the students understanding and our lesson plans that needed to be achieved during the very limited time the students have onsite.

So kindly make sure that all material sent as induction and preparation for our new topics, are covered by our beloved students.

Thanks a lot for your usual cooperation and understanding.



Dalia Hassanein
School Director