ISC-Erbil KG2 Students Enjoy “Fun Day”
On Saturday, January 22, 2011, ISC-Erbil students in KG2 participated in a “Fun Day” event. Along with their parents and ISC-Erbil staff, the 70 students from the school’s four KG2 sections gathered in the gym for a day of entertaining activities.
ISC-Erbil teachers and staff organized various activities to cater to the students’ interests, ensuring that every participant would enjoy the event. As such, KG2 students spent the morning engaged in activities such as arts and crafts, games, and face painting, which were not only fun, but also fostered sharing and new friendships. Additionally, students were happily surprised to meet popular cartoon characters who were on hand for the event.
“This is an event we look forward to holding every year. Students are given opportunities to have fun and enjoy themselves through many events that are planned for them throughout the year,” said ISC-Erbil Student Life Coordinator, Ms. Rawiya Mahmoud. “Also, it is a great chance for the teacher to share the fun and excitement with their students,” Ms. Mahmoud added.
“Appropriate for the ‘Fun Day’ event, it was concluded with an activity that engaged all students—a piñata!” said an ISC-Erbil staff member. Commenting on her son’s participation in the event, an ISC-Erbil parent said, “I was so happy to see my little boy interacting with his friends and teachers!”
ISC-Erbil’s “Fun Day” is one of the many Student Life Organization® events organized for students at the school. Student participation in SLO® activities is encouraged in schools throughout the SABIS® School Network. By fostering the exploration of a wide range of interests and promoting the development of students’ individual talents, SABIS® ensures that students acquire a broad range of skills and experiences so they can become effective and valuable team players, and strong candidates at top universities around the world.
ISC-Erbil currently serves close to 1,400 students in KG-10 and is one of two private schools managed by SABIS® in Kurdistan. The school contributes to raising the standard of education and rebuilding the nation by providing a solid foundation of knowledge, skills, and experiences.