Grade 2 participated in the Hour of Code. Hour of Code is an opportunity for every student to try computer science for one hour. Students enjoyed coding a dance party. Everyone is invited to join in this activity. Visit https://code.org/
Grade 2 students were invited to learn new information from the Science Fair organised by Grade 4 students.
We are sure our students learnt new information. Be sure to ask! Enjoy viewing the photos!
Our Arts Week presentation was a great experience for students to showcase all that they have learnt during our first unit about patterns. Students were proud to show the gymnastics routines that they created as well as the tie-dye skills they acquired. Students were excited to have their parents celebrate Arts Week with them!
Enjoy viewing some pictures from Arts Week!
We visited the Museum of Islamic Arts where we participated in a Geometric Pattern Workshop. Students learnt that a circle is the mother of all shapes. It was a fun experience! Enjoy viewing our photos.
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We enjoyed many literacy activities this week including mystery readers and meeting a children’s author. The book costume characters were especially creative this year! Thanks to parents for all the effort to make book week a success!
We celebrated Sports Day at School! Students were excited to participate in different sports. Enjoy viewing photos of students actively involved in various activities.
Hour of code is here again! The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries. Anyone anywhere can organize an Hour of Code event. One-hour tutorials are available in over 45 languages.
SEK Qatar participated in this event, and students enjoyed coding in class. You can visit the website using the link below and continue coding!
Here are some photos of us participating in the Hour of Code.
We had the privilege of skyping with an archeologist in Ancient Corinth, Greece.
She told us about the museum she works for and about some of the artifacts they find.
The expert explained that archeologists are kind of like story-tellers, because they piece together clues they find buried underground to explain history!
Ask your child what some of the things they find in Corinth are!
We also enjoyed inquiring about Greek traditions and historical homes, as well as what life is like there now.
Enjoy browsing our photos which show how “virtual field trips” are conducted.