Year 7 and 8 had a lovely day exploring the wonders of science. Our other students visited during the day and the year 7’s presented their research questions to them. Year 8’s were stretched to the limits of their scientific understanding making the tallest tower, devising a plane that can glide the furthest and then making an egg Mars lander that was dropped from a height and had to remain intact. We thank our science teachers for their supportive guidance of the students and the DBGS staff, students and parents who came to enjoy the day with us.
Year 3 immersed themselves in the world of Ancient Rome for a day. Dressing in togas, participating in activities, ending in a banquet and army formation.
Year 5 curated a Rainforest Museum to bring to a close their Term 2 Humanities topic. There were facts about plants and animals and the layers of the rainforest they can be found in. Masks and animals that had been created in DT were displayed, with some being used as part of a jungle photobooth.
Students from foundation stage had a special day with their mom’s. Thank you all for joining.
Ms. Oaten brought her Foundation Stage 2 class down and the year 9’s prepared activities as a treat for them being so good in their assembly. They had choreography, face painting, and colouring. The Year 9 students enjoyed helping younger pupils.
A great turnout of year 9 students and their parents for the (I)GCSE options evening. A wide variety of subjects is offered at DBGS to cater for students’ needs.
As part of our compassionate action drive, Year 3 Blue visited the Al Khobar Daycare Center where they got to interact with children who are living with Downs Syndrome. The children from DBGS entertained the students at the centre with songs and stories. After that there were games and a fun time in the center’s playground followed by a picnic which children from DBGS brought with them. Finally, Year 3 Blue students gave their new friends presents.