IAA’s Grade 9-11 students taking part in the AMMUN last Friday, organised by the Amman Baccalaureate School, where the theme was “We The Peoples”.
Students drafted and debated resolutions on various topics; “Building a framework to further prevent food wastage”; “Integrating the Syrian Refugees into the European workforce with adequate latitude” and “Protecting the right to privacy through the prevention of online hacking, tracking and surveillance.”
Congratulations to all those who participated!
Our first Habitat for Humanity project for the year kicked off last Saturday at Deir Alla. Our Grade 10 and 11 students were involved in building and rehabilitating homes for needy families in the area. The mission of Habitat for Humanity is to make poverty and homelessness a matter of conscience and action so that it becomes unacceptable in every nation on earth.
Join us next Friday, October 21 at IAA’s football field for a myriad of entertaining segments and games; jumping castles, face painting, balloon shaping, big slides, rock climbing, bungee trampoline, a huge maze and much more! There will be an assortment of mouth-watering food items at the food court. Enjoy our mini bazaar offering homemade products, sweets, accessories, cool T-shirts, dead sea products and more. Bring your family and friends for an amazing time!
IAA’s U18 Girls’ Volleyball team beat ACS 2-0 on Tuesday.
Great skills, team play and focus allowed the IAA girls to claim victory against a tough competitor. Congratulations to our girls! A great start to an exciting season.
Grade 5 parents attended a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) workshop this morning. This programme aims at increasing communication within the classroom setting and enhances inquiry-based learning, giving students ownership of their education.
This morning, IAA hosted over 30 U.S. universities.
Grade 11 & 12 students had a chance to meet them and discuss their future plans.
Grades 9-11 students showed a great spirit of camaraderie at this morning’s sports event. IAA was buzzing with excitement, and the students displayed admirable sportsmanship and qualities of empathy and resilience.
IAA’s donation of the ‘Jordan Activity Books’ has reached the visiting teams who are in Jordan for the U-17 Women’s World Cup. These books were the work of IAA’s Grade 5 students last year.
A huge thank you goes to the Jordan Football Association for facilitating our students’ proud donation.