The Five Pillars of Islam
April 10, 2014
On the 8th April 2014, the Primary Section assembly was conducted by the students of Grade 1 G and the topic was THE FIVE PILLARS OF ISLAM. Muslims live in different parts of the world, but all Muslims believe in the Five Pillars of Islam. The students explained the importance of Five Pillars of Islam effectively through narration and display charts. Pics of THE FIVE PILLARS OF ISLAM
World Health Day
April 8, 2014
7th April is celebrated as the World Health Day. A special assembly was conducted to highlight this important day by students of Grade 1 – 4. They presented a variety of information how to maintain good health, the importance of nutritious food and exercise, drinking plenty of water and having a good hygiene along with environmental cleanliness. Dr. Mohd. Naeem, father of Emma Mohammed of 4 – D, was the special guest who enlightened the students and staff about health and hygiene....
April 8, 2014
7th April is a special day for students of AUS. Students came in coloured clothes and donated money for Amami Children’s shelter in Tanzania. Our students have really made a difference in their lives and brought a smile on their faces. The total amount collected so far is Dhs. 17,282/- Grateful thanks to all our children.
Orange Day :Foundation Stage
April 6, 2014
We love orange, we love orange. Yes we do, yes we do- Crunchy carrots so good to eat, Juicy oranges, oh so sweet, Pumpkins ready for trick-or-treat. Yes, we love orange! Our students of foundation stage celebrated the 'Orange Colour Day' on 20th March. They learnt how to get this secondary colour by mixing two primary colours- red and yellow. The colour represents the health and energy of our kids. Pics...
What Works Entrepreneurship
April 3, 2014
150 educators from 60 schools attended What Works Entrepreneurship, a teacher-led professional development workshops for private schools in Dubai. It was organised by the KHDA for Dubai’s private schools. What Works Entrepreneurship allows schools to develop through collaboration, rather than competition, through sharing best practices in teaching. Five students from Grade 9 (girls) Zaina Zahur, Fathima Zahara, Dhilshaad Harris, Kahaf Moid, Hana Basheer...