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Future Leaders; AHISMUN 2018-2019

Al Hekma International School Model United Nations (AHISMUN) was held on Friday & Saturday 9th & 10th of November 2018 at Al Hekma International school.

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Bring your Stuffed Animal!

Spending your time hanging with your favourite stuffed toy can be an enjoyable way to spend a day, as it makes you feel that you are right on track for an adventure filled day with your favourite toy.

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Field trips are recognized as important moments in learning; a shared social experience that provides the opportunity for students to encounter and explore novel things in an authentic setting. …Read More

Have Faith & Think Pink!

The MS/HS student council in headed the “Think Pink” bake sale and walkathon that was held on Saturday October 20, 2018.

The walkathon is under the patronage of Bahrain Cancer Society “Together We Fight Cancer” and took place in Awali walk.

Students, teachers and staff participated by buying goodies. All proceeds collected were donated to Breast Cancer Society in Bahrain.

The objectives were to provide breast cancer education and awareness among students, to earn, raise and donate money for breast cancer patients, and to partner with the community.

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Young Inventors!

Our seniors were invited by the Gulf Downstream Association (GDA) to visit the "TechXperience" zone at the GDA Plaza during the International Downstream Conference & Exhibtion 2018 which was held on Thursday the 25th of October at Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre.

During this visit, the students had their first-hand experience of building a robot for detecting a pipe-leak.

This activity is part of the school's interest in enhancing student creativity.

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Together Against Poverty!

World Food Day is taking place on 16th of October, and this year’s theme is ( Zero Hunger). It is a reminder of the basic human right to food. In a world in which so many people go hungry, World Food Day helps put priorities in the right order.

In this occasion Grade1 students brought food from home, they worked together to distribute the food equally in boxes, and the food was given away to the gym workers and cleaners around the school to raise awareness.

Instead of focusing on the topic of food itself, G1 students learned about the problem of hunger in the world and the need to work together to eradicate it.

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