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    Olympiad winners from kenz

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    KENZ Students Outshines Science Olympiads

    14 Students from KENZ International School,who participated in the National Science Olympiads recently, won laurels for the school. 1of them won zonal gold medals, 4 of them won the Gold Medal for Excellence, 7 of them School Gold medals , 1 School Silver medal and 1 School Bronze medal. These students will be felicitated on Annual day .

    The 19th National Science Olympiad conducted by the Science Olympiad Foundation ( The largest Olympiad in the world )was conducted on 24th November 2016.

    Ms. SabihaBanu- Examination Incharge, said: “The motivation from teachers, effort of parents and the hard work of students have brought glory to school.

    Principal – Ms. BinduSanthosh congratulated the students for bagging the medals. She said, “The main motive of making the student participate in such Olympiads is to enhance the level of school students beyond their regular studies by paving way for them to compete at the International Level. To be part of this Olympiad our 68 students participated in it from class 1-10. The highest score is equally shared by ShreedharKiranJadhav of Class III and Zia Imran Patel of Class I.The Principal congratulated the winners and motivated others to take part in such type of exams with full preparation and zeal to strive.

    Legal Principal – Ms. Dalal Al Johani congratulated the efforts of the winners.

    1. Ms. ShimnaShakir extended her compliments to the Parents, teachers and students for their achievement.

     

    The winners list is as follows:

    1. Zia Imran Patel ( Class I ) – Zonal Silver medal, Cash prize, and Merit Certificate.

    2. Rehan S Mulla( Class I ) – Medal of Excellence , Cash Prize, Certificate of Excellence and Merit Certificate.
    3. Winsiga( Class I ) – Medal of Excellence, Certificate of Excellence and Merit Certificate.
    4. Haniya Begum ( Class I ) – School Gold medal
    5. Bhaveshvaran G E ( Class I )– Medal of Excellence, Certificate of Excellence and Merit Certificate.
    6. AbdurRahmann ( Class II )- School Gold Medal
    7. Mohammad Emil Morad ( Class III )– School Silver Medal
    8. Jenisfer Jo J ( Class III ) – School Gold Medal
    9. ShreedharKiranJadhav( Class III ) – Medal of Excellence, Certificate of Excellence and Merit Certificate.

         10. Fathima Amir ( Class III ) – School Bronze Medal

         11.YousufAleem ( Class IV ) – School Gold Medal

         12.Faiz Mohammad Shereef ( Class IV ) – School Gold Medal

         13.HanaVakayil ( Class VI ) – School Gold Medal

         14.MohammadAshar Amir ( Class V ) – School Gold Medal

     

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    YEIS The Reading Festival 2016 – Expand Your Mind Read a Book

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    I am delighted to share to you the recently conducted activity of Yanbu Elite International School “The Reading Festival 2016 – Expand Your Mind Read a Book”, the first Reading event jointly organized by the English Department and by Ms. Zainab Ali Haroun, Academic and Students Affairs Deputy. Reading Festival 2016 aims at celebrating the achievements of our school in promoting reading.  It started with the DEAR TIME (Drop Everything and Read) joined by students from grades 1 to 10 who all gathered in the ground with their favorite book, they sat down, relaxed and started reading together. We saw students taking pleasure in reading.  We see them reaching out for and embracing the infinite horizon brought by reading. Selected students from grades 4 to 6 gave us ideas on how important reading is. Through various modes of support, students have been encouraged to read across the curriculum to enhance their interest in reading. We saw them engage in a life-long pursuit of knowledge that is interlocked with their reading journey.  We saw them inspired and becoming knowledgeable, and we saw them write and speak with substance, insight and creativity. With these, a Book Talk competition was held, 13 students from grades 7 to 10 joined the said contest. As they’ve shared and advertised the books they really loved and enjoyed reading, students and teachers were given an idea on which books they can add to their reading list. To entertain the audience, some performances were presented, Readers Theatre was performed by selected students from grades 4 to 6 to the piece of The Shirt Collar by Hans Christian Andersen headed by Teacher MJ Reyes, followed by the Sing-A-Long to the tune of We are Going on a Bear Hunt performed by all the students from grades 1 to 3 headed by teacher Abegail Villapena with the help of all the advisers, some students from grades 2 and 3 also shared their favorite stories by an on-the-spot storytelling and lastly all were mesmerized by a speech choir performed by the grades 8 and 9 students  with the poem The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost headed by teacher Karen Dela Cruz. Indeed the whole event was a success; it affirms the importance of educators and schools in promoting reading.

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