ISC-Erbil Students Enjoy Field Trip

ISC-Erbil Students Enjoy Field Trip

More than 100 students from the International School of Choueifat-Erbil recently participated in recreational activities during a field trip to a local sports facility. Organized by the school’s Student Life Organization, the students in grades 5 and 9 chose between two activities − ice skating or bowling.

With professional instructors on hand at the ice skating rink, students who chose to skate enjoyed their time on the ice. “We are happy to provide our students with field trips where they can try something new,” commented ISC-Erbil Director, Dr. Humaira Bokhari. “Many of the students had never ice skated or bowled before, so it was an exciting opportunity for them.”

Commenting on the importance of extracurricular activities, Dr. Bokhari added, “Not only was it an activity for fun, but also one that provided students with a chance to build trust among peers and develop teamwork skills.” An ISC-Erbil student said, “Even if you’ve been to the ice skating rink or bowling alley before, the experience is so different when you come with your school.  It seems to have a special meaning.” 

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.

For more information about International School of Choueifat-Erbil in Kurdistan, visit www.iscerbil-sabis.net.

The International School of Choueifat – Erbil

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