• Gavel Club & YLP
  • Teacher development programmes
  • UN Simulation Conference
  • B.E.S.T Sports Development Programme
  • International Award for Young people

Gavel Club & YLP

Gavel Club is an affiliate of Toastmasters International, the leading movement devoted to make effective oral communication, a world-wide reality. Mashreq is privileged to be the first school to float Toastmasters International club in Abu Dhabi for teachers and Gavel club for students. This programme helps the participants in overcoming nervousness while before an audience, organize and present ideas logically and convincingly, and participate and even lead discussions or meetings.

Teacher development programmes

All round development of Teachers is an ongoing process at Mashreq Intl School. The teachers manage the classrooms effectively bringing an invigorating atmosphere to their classes. To improve their quality of teaching, teachers attend regular workshops and in service programmes. They are at liberty to avail information from a well-equipped library, audio visual aids and other labs. They have access to internet and web browsing to help them know more about latest trends and developments in their respective fields. Regular fieldtrips are organized for the teachers to make teaching more effective, enjoyable and collaborative.

United Nations Simulation Conference

Mashreq excels in model UN event
 
The meticulously organized finale of the 6th Model United Nations Conference 2017 was a visual treat to the goodly crowd who watched it. Ms.Jayashree Muralidhar, the principal of Al Khozama International School, gave the welcome address.
 
Model United Nations Conference is a replica of a live United Nations Conference and is the only one of its kind in K.S.A.The students are given a simulated committee experience of the United Nations with its different bodies such as General Assembly and Security Council.
 
The chief guest of the day was Dr. Jeanine Granthem, assistant professor environmental design in the Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University.
In her speech, Dr. Jeanine emphasized the need of leadership in the precarious era in which we live. She said, “To become a leader of all, you have to become the servants of all.”
 
Dr. Jeanine distributed the hand books to the delegate nations Bolivia, Kuwait, Venezuela, New Zealand, Russia, Czech Republic, Georgia and Poland. The first session, the General Assembly, was set in motion by the opening speech of the chairperson Ms. Roohi Sharoz and duly supported by Ms. Asma Waheed — the director, and Abrarudeen – the rapporteur. The topic of discussion was “Sustainable Development”.
 
The second session, the Security Council, commenced with the speech of the Chairman Danish Khan who was supported by Anna Elin Thomas — the director and Maria Nevin — the rapporteur. The topic of discussion was “Cyber warfare and cyber security”.
 
The best speaker in the General Assembly was Mrunalini Vijay Shankar of Al Khozama International School followed by Shine Surendran of Al Khozama International School and Abdulla Hussainy of Mashreq International School , Abu Dhabi , in the second and third positions respectively.
 
The best speaker in the Security Council was Sheheer Ansari of Mashreq International School Abu Dhabi , followed by Mohd. Omar of International School Riyadh, and Tanush Reddy of Al Khozama International School in the second and third positions respectively.
 
Aswathy Sathish of Mashreq International School was declared the best delegate in the General Assembly and Shine Surendran of Al Khozama International School was in the second position. The third position was shared between Abdullah Hussainy of Mashreq International School Abu Dhabi and Abdullah Mohammed of International Indian School, Riyadh.
 
The best delegate in the Security Council was Sheheer Ansari of Mashreq International School , Abu Dhabi followed by Tanush Reddy of Al Khozama International School and Shiya Binth Siyaz of Mashreq International School Abu Dhabi in the second and third positions respectively.
 
The first position for the overall performance was shared between boys of Al Khozama International School Dammam and Mashreq International School Abu Dhabi . The second position was shared between girls of Al Khozama International School Dammam and Al Yasmin International School, Riyadh. The third position was bagged by the girls of Mashreq International School Abu Dhabi

B.E.S.T Sports Development Programme

B.E.S.T Sports

It is a structured programme that actively engages all children making sports an important and integral part of school curriculum. It is designed around the core principles of inclusiveness (Every child MUST play) and age-appropriateness (Right Skills at the Right Age). They can operate in limited spaces and actively engage every child. The vision is to develop healthy and fit school children through sports that is designed around globally accepted standards offering the same rigour in sports as in academics.

B.E.S.T Cup

Every year the B.E.S.T Cup football tournament is organized to identify prodigious soccer talents and groom them to the next level. The tournament received huge accolades and support and our students got an excellent platform to demonstrate their skills and receive the much-required exposure of playing exciting matches with other schools.

International Award for Young people

IAYP is a royal title from London meant for young people. This programme aims at motivating members to get involved in the realm of self-development through the potentially difficult period of adolescence and adulthood. The members are set to challenge personal goals for themselves in the areas like service, skills, physical recreation, adventurous journey etc. We have already put our moves in various activities such as Green Walk on World Environment Day to awaken awareness on global warming, trekking expedition at Uttaranchal in India and at Taif in the KSA.