A Visit from a Jordanian semi-finalist on 'Arabs Got Talent'
Sunday, 13 March 2011
Mu"taz Al Qawasmi, a Jordanian semi-finalist in 'Arabs Got Talent' visited IAA to perform his amazing free styling football skills for the students and faculty. His talent was so overwhelming it brought everyone to their feet! Thanks to Mu'taz for visiting IAA and for taking the time to meet with the students after his performance. Best of luck in the semi-finals!
Title IAA Dead-2-Red Relay Race Student Team the "2012'ers"
Tuesday, 08 March 2011
Follow our AMAZING student team "The 2012'ers" as they run the242 kilometer Dead-2-Red Relay Race. Official results are still to be announced, but is appears that the team came in 16th place out of 39 teams with an impressive time of 18 hours and 23 minutes. The sheer fact that these students even attempted this challenge is a major achievement and to complete it in such a quick time makes it all the more reason to celebrate. Congratulations again!
Grade 4G Assembly
Sunday, 06 March 2011
Last week Grade 4G put on a very important Assembly reminding us it is important to recognize and appreciate our differences, because that is what makes us special. We are all unique and have special talents to share with our friends, family and the world. Thanks to 4G doing such a great job and for reminding the IAA community of this important message.
Reception 2L Assembly "Chicken Lickin'
Thursday, 03 March 2011
This morning was our Reception 2L Class' assembly titled 'Chicken Lickin'. The students put on fabulous performance which had the entire audience laughing out loud and had people singing along in their seats. Check out the great costumes as well! Congratulations on a wonderful job!
Antigone Production
Wednesday, 23 February 2011
As the audience nestled into their seats, the lights dimed, hunting music opened the way for a Greek chorus to literally float onto the stage. For two nights in front of a full theatre, our talented grade 8, 11 and 12 students presented the classical Greek Play, Antigone. Mr Ashraf (Drama Teacher) - never afraid of a challenge - carefully directed our students to present the play in classical Arabic. The result...very impressive. From the lighting, to the music, the acting, and the setting, it all contributed to an evening of quality theatre. Applause for the wonderful students and Mr. Ashraf! Well done and thank you!