The Dhahran Model United Nations (DHAMUN) was a two-day event held on our campus. They talked about defining borders of several nations in a variety of forums. Students from DBGS, debated, discussed and came up with resolutions for the global issues that are going on today. They were able to meet new students and create new friendships.
A DBGS student describes his personal experience as this: “The topic defining borders is a hard one to discuss as no matter what you do, all sides of the border always want more, challenge was to find a way to satisfy all sides of the border and come up with a solution that promotes peace and ensures the safety of the civilians. Our house of 20+ delegates the GA3 (General Assembly 3) managed to pass two resolutions to help define borders and to protect the people within the Kashmiri region.”
Students also got the chance to listen to the speeches of the United States Consul General in Dhahran and the ISG Assistant Superintendent for Learning. It wasn’t all politics all day either; each forum had a gossip box where they got a chance to have a good laugh. Overall it can be said that all DBGS students who participated had an amazing experience at the Dhahran Model of the United Nations. Abdul Lawal summed it up:
“I enjoyed this intellectual, interracial, multi-school event and I wish that other students do too.”
Thank you to all the students, parents, teachers, volunteers, administrators and support staff for supporting the DBGS Spring Fair. It was your participation and support that made this such a fantastic fun day for everyone.
Adds an extra dimension to understanding the structure of the heart and the relationship of structure to function. The texture and thickness of vessel and chamber walls and the movement of different kind of valves are unforgettable.
The FS2 Blue children had a beautiful assembly filled with colourful minibeasts! It was wonderful to see these little ones perform and sing so happily. What a treat! This is the story of a tiny and very hungry caterpillar whom after eating so much food became big, strong and fat! And after two weeks he became a beautiful butterfly.
Between the pages of a book is a lovely place to be. It’s a gift you can open again and again.
Sports Day was a great event full of energy and fun activities!
Year 1 and 2 students did a colourful parachute skills display, and the Foundation Stage children did a pom-pom dance performance. The children participated in mixed-house team games and races. Thank you to all the parents who came to cheer on their children and be part of the sports spirit.
Rainbow class took their parents, teachers and school friends on a journey through the sea, with amazing shark facts and shark songs. The story of Shark in the Park based on the book by Nick Sharratt featured a crow, a cat,
and a shark all viewed through Timothy Pope’s telescope. It was a pleasure to see the children so happy and excited to share their learning with everyone.