MOE Inter-Schools Competition

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MOE Yanbu Successfully organised Inter-Schools Competition.
It is well-Known that healthy competition always inspire the students to do their best. So, all the students were motivated to perform and excel. This platform offered a lot more reward than just winning prizes. Further more an opportunity based on feedback and suggestions to adopt innovative techniques for future events.

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Debate Competition

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YANBU ISC a platform for talented young debaters who put forth their intellectual approach of a subject. And ultimately earn the prestigious honor of winning this debating competition.

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Inter-Schools Competition

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MOE Yanbu is proud to announce the upcoming Inter-Schools Competition.
Under the supervision of Ms. Nadia Al-Ghamdi.
A Great step to collaborate international schools in Yanbu & to integrate international academic staff and students
to illustrate the global context of education.

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ISLAMIC ART WORKSHOP at Radhwa Indian Section

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This is with reference to above mentioned workshop, Ms. Reem Al Jazea attended the workshop conducted by ministry of education on Oct 12th, 2016    In Yanbu, to promote and develop the skill of Islamic Art. The art teachers and students also got a chance to learn the same technique as Ms. Reem conducted similar work shop on Oct 26th, 2016 in Radhwa International School.

The objective of the workshop was to inculcate and instill proper creativity among students for art. In young children playing with arts and crafts inspires creativity while helping them to focus their mind and complete a set task while other children can begin to gain an understanding of artistic and design skills that may affect their future educational choices. This workshop gave them a platform to learn and instill in them love for geometric designs.

Later a competition was held for students, a good number of students participated and showcased their creativity. The drawings of the students were displayed in the school as an ART GALLERY on Feb 8th, 2017


Both students and teachers voted for the best entry, and the

First place was won by Ms. Shakina Freddy of class X

Second place was won by Ms. Akhila Roshan of class X

Consolation prize by Ms. Summiya Ahmed of class IX

Certificates were given to the winners and to all those who attended the workshop.

The novel ideas and innovative styles and technique really benefited for the budding artists.

It was a very good experience for all those who attended the workshop. It surely displayed the talent which the children have. The beautiful art work left the spectators mesmerized.

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Science Fair of JYIS

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Science Fair of JYIS

For the importance of activity and learning integration, new activity was on JYIS ground today, February the 21st 2017 under the supervision of the Foreign Education Head, Mrs. Nadia Alghamdi.  The school was honored with her presence and the turn up of the international schools  representatives and parents to witness our annual Science fair.

We believe that science fair is an invaluable experience for our students where they have to apply the scientific method to conduct independent research. There are many objectives for organizing such an activity where the students can benefit from in many ways. This includes stimulating the interest, curiosity and desire to explore the world in order to understand the connection between what is learned in the class and what happens in real life.


Our science fair today has given the students the opportunity to  experience the methods by which all scientific knowledge has been and is still being gathered.

The activity was held from 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM. The ground of JYIS was very colourful and informative which has in lighted the theme of the day. 98% of students were involved in the activity with enthusiasm to challenge each other and impress their mother’s, teachers and guests with their work. A team of judges were evaluating and judging the projects by the given criteria  during their tour for the best three projects in each grade level.

A recognition ceremony was later on held, announcing the winners and giving out the position brooches and gifts by our chief guest Mrs. Nadia Alghamdi.

At the end of the day, the event was a success and all students were very happy with their achievements. Big thanks to our dear science teachers and school members who has helped in every single details to make this event a successful experience for all.

Please visit the school’s facebook page at for a closer look of our achievements up to date.


Bara’ah Abu-Qulbein


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The Newest Best Apps for Teachers and Educators

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Teachers love to turn a boring lesson into a game to motivate their students, but not everyone has the skills to make a game from scratch. Thankfully, the GetKahoot website makes it easy to turn your class into a gameshow. All you have to do is enter your prepared questions and answers into the site to create an instantly playable game with a web browser. Your students can then download the Kahoot app to use as a buzzer to join in on the fun.


We have saved the most important for last! ExamTime is a meeting place between teachers and students in which you can share study resources, work on group projects and initiate discussion threads and debates.

ExamTime’s tools allow you to create multiple resources such as Mind Maps, Flashcards, Quiz Maker and Interactive Notes. It’s designed to help you increase classroom participation, brainstorming and memorization. Try it for free now!



One easy way many educators are using technology in the classroom is to have students respond to short questions during a lesson to test for understanding. That works fine when all kids have a smartphone or device, but Plickers is a solution for more low-tech classrooms. Teachers issue cards with choices on them (A,B,C,D). The teacher poses the question and students hold up the card corresponding to the answer they want to give. The teacher then uses her phone or iPad to scan across the room. Plickers registers the results and feeds it all into a database. It can be used on iPhone and Android devices as well as on the Web and is free.


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TESOL Arabia2017

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The goal of TESOL Arabia is to establish a network of communication among professionals who use English as a medium of instruction, in order to promote and maintain the excellence of their teaching and administration.

We aim to:


the growth of professional development through the encouragement of both practical and theoretical scholarship


the use of available technologies


the instructional methodologies that best meet the needs of our students


the English language teaching profession as a career


a forum for discussion and support

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Radhwa Annual Day Indian Section – “Dreams”

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4th Jan, 2017

One of the most anxiously awaited occasions in any school is its annual day. Radhwa International School hosted its 13th Annual day “Dreams” on 4th Jan 2017 with a lot of enthusiasm and zeal. The Annual Day is a perfect venue for children to instill positive values, recognize their abilities and talents, through an array of entertaining programmes.

 The event was presided by the Guests of various prestigious International Schools. The programme was anchored by Mrs. SabihaRukhsana.The function began at 5: 00 p.m. The programme commenced with a prayer by Ms.Akhila Roshan Class X and translation by Ms.Sheham Gilani Asst.Head Girl. The Head Girl Ms.Krishna Pratapa gave a short welcome speech.

This was followed by Annual report of Principal Ms.Mumtaz Khan, who highlighted the achievements of the school and students. She also highlighted the growth and vision of RISY Education and thanked the director, Mr.Yousuf Hamad Al Saiyed and General Manager Mr.Abdullah Al Saiyedfor constant support. Then the students were facilitated for their excellence performance in academics and also for 100% attendance for the academic year 2015-16. Budding Scientists awards were presented to the students who did outstanding performance in Arts & Science Exhibition.

The graceful dancers of Grade 5 presented a welcome dance. Then began the show where our talented buddies exhibited their talents on the theme “Dreams”. This thematic show of talent, imagination and organization was the essence of the evening. RISY students showed how privileged it is to be Radhwian. Each class danced to the tune of songs with colourful props, depicting the theme dreams and how to overcome the difficulties to achieve our dreams. The audience was enthralled by colourful and very well directed skits. The guests appreciated the theme of the Annual day and the staff & students effort to present it on the stage.

Congratulations to “RED HOUSE” who secured first position in all inter house competitions for the year 2016-17. The trophy was proudly taken byMs.RahatFarzana, House Mistress, Ms.DhatreeKhandhedia Captain, Ms.MaryamNasar, Vice-Captain.

Best House for March Past during ‘Annual Sports Meet-2016’ was awarded to Ms.Sana Fatima, House Mistress – BLUE HOUSE, Ms.Zainab,Captain, Ms.VijayaKumari Vice-Captain.

Best student Council member was awarded to Ms. Aarti Ramachandran and Best Girl of the year was awarded to MS.Krishna Pratapa of class XII.

The vote of thanks was proposed by Mrs.Mutheera Feroz, Chief Coordinator and the programme culminated by national anthem.

The day ended with every glittering star carrying a feeling of happiness and achievement within itself. We believe that “Celebration is an occasion for enjoyment as well as a mode to moral values, intellectual creativity, social and respectful attitude towards society” The amazing and colorful items of our show revealed as to how much our beloved teachers and coaches have put in their tireless efforts in making the show a grand success and we hope it would direct us to do better in future.

By – Mrs. Mutheera Feroz

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