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As part of Grade 4"s Entrepreneurship project, students developed creative thinking and enterprise skills to design, manufacture, market and sell a reusable shopping bag made from unwanted t-shirts.
Students made decisions and choices about product design and advertising as a team. The money raised will be donated to a local environmental charity.
Al-Majlis Al-Arabi concluded its two-day conference on Saturday. The event, which was hosted at IAA, was under the patronage of HRH Prince Hassan Bin Talal. There were over 200 students participating from both the public and private schools. His Excellency Dr. Adnan Badran gave the opening speech on Friday and the closing was by His Excellency Akel Beltaji.
IAA is proud to see its students take on active roles as Secretary-General, Deputy Secretary-General, Chair, Delegate, Staff and Security. Their hard work and efforts translated into a wonderful learning experience for many students, as they worked together to address some of the most pressing issues in the Arab world.
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.