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Their mission is to empower our students to utilize their potentials in a diverse and challenging world.They provide outstanding education for the mind, spirit and body using state-of-the-art methodologies while fostering intercultural awareness, and lifelong learning.NIS works hard to raise generations of students that are respectful to one another. It is important for them to understand that individuals should encourage each others instead of bringing them down. Teasing is often a normal part of growing up and almost every child experiences it but there is a very thin line between normalcy and being mean. Unfortunately, words are not always as innocuous as they may seem. Teasing turns into bullying when it’s repetitive or when there is a mindful intent to hurt another person. Bullying can be verbal, psychological or even physical. Anti-bullying week is an international week that takes place in schools worldwide. It aims to raise awareness about bullying, its effects, identifying it, and how to prevent and respond to it. Schools teach the students, parents and teachers how to deal with bullying in an effective manner; learn from the incident and work on preventing it from happening in the future. This year, the NIS- American Elementary Division at the First Settlement campus decided to do things differently. Over the span of a week, students from grades one to five were escorted to Mahrous Hall after the morning lines and were given a presentation explaining bullying in detail. The students were given real-life bullying situations to deal with and learn from. By doing so, they learned how to react and how to control their actions regarding what they say or do. The students ended their session by raising their right hand and taking an oath, “I will not use my hands or my words for hurting others, I will only use them for helping others” At this age, many students were not aware that they were actually being bullied or are bullying others; these sessions allowed them to understand that although they may say or do things unintentionally, they may be harming others. In order to secure that they do not forget about what they learned, the elementary division put up posters in the hallways reminding them to “Speak Up… Reach Out…Be a Friend” and each student signed it as a promise to follow these rules. NIS students are seeds of hope for a brighter future; they are growing up knowing the importance of a healthy and respectful environment.NIS aims to nourish our natural love for Egypt and kindle our knowledge of its history in the hearts and minds of people of all ages. First grade students ventured to Nozha Heliopolis on a field trip to the Children’s Civilization & Creativity Center. The center, also known as the Child Museum, was the first of its kind in the Middle East when it opened in 1996. Our students had a blast at the Museum which combined both fun and education for alternative and interactive learning environments. Students arrived and followed the tour leader through a large animal garden, where they learned about all different types of animals and topics like their eating habits. They listened to stories about animals like elephants, lions and giraffes. Next, they went inside where they learned all about their own country’s history; ancient Egypt. Students learned about the kings and queens of the time and all about the Pyramids and what to find inside of them (isn’t that cool!) Our first graders were also taught about the language used back then; they were even taught how to do a little hieroglyphic writing. “The trip was so much fun and filled with yummy food. The best part was learning how to write hieroglyphics,” expressed first grader Seif Sherif. Lastly, they ended the trip by becoming little archaeologists while they dug and sifted through the sand on their own excavation. Students enjoyed the dig along with their own little treasure hunt. The trip to the Child Museum was a success; the fist graders enjoyed learning about animals, studying ancient Egypt, writing in hieroglyphics and even making their own bread! According to first grader Nadia Ismail, the day was filled with was fun and exciting activities.
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