Sorry but this form will not work without cookies enabled. Please adjust your browser settings to enable cookies to continue. For more information on how to do this please see our.

  • A British International School

    Providing a premium, personalised education for your child

    2

  • Academic Success for All

    Your child will benefit from the rigour of a British education combined with the finest international curricula

    1

  • Creative, Engaging, Respected

    Our teaching staff have extensive experience of British and international teaching, inspiring your child

    5

  • International outlook

    With friends from around the world and an international curricula, your child will become a global citizen

    3

  • Join Us

    We would love to show you how we can support your child achieve more than they thought was possible

    4

  • Our active school community

    There is always a buzz about school, with a variety of events and activities, our community is always busy!

    5

Year 2 and Year 6 Productions

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13
  • 14
  • 11
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 9
  • 10

Year 2 Production

‘The script that was chosen for this year’s cohort of children was perfect. It contained jokes to keep the audience laughing and upbeat songs that the children loved performing. The children were very excited to play mermaids, pirates and sea creatures. The script provided opportunities for all children to be involved and engaged throughout. Mr Spencer loved being on the stage with the children and him being there with them provided comfort and lots of encouragement. The students progressed immensely with their speaking and listening skills during the course of rehearsals as they needed to listen for their cue as well as deliver their line in a loud, clear voice. I was very impressed watching the children’s confidence grow with each rehearsal and the children showed great resilience as stage directions were tweaked. Everyone involved put in a lot of time and effort and this was evident on the day of the production. We have all shown how ambitious we can be!’ Ms Ashleigh, Year 2 Teacher

‘I liked being in the play because I got to wear a pirate hat and when I drowned on stage, it was funny. I felt super scared and nervous before the play but it was fun being there. When it was finished, I felt sad because practising for the play was so much fun.’ Rawan Said 2I

‘I loved having glitter make-up on my face and I loved the music.’ Najoud Al Humaidi 2N

‘I loved how they built the stage and put lots of effort in for us.’ Shahd Al Shaiba 2N

‘I thought Captain Scary Pants saying ‘I’m drowning, I’m drowning’ was really funny.’ Gana Yasser 2S

‘I liked singing on the stage.’ Zalikha Anorel 2S

Year 6 Production

‘The Pirates of The Curry Bean was such a good script for this year’s Year 6 production. It was excitable, loud and adventurous, just like the children! The story itself was full of twists and turns, and full of memorable scenes. The children rehearsed brilliantly, and all their work paid off as their lines, songs and confidence all improved as the rehearsals passed by. The roles allowed the children to show their sense of humour and friendships with other students from across Year 6. As the final rehearsals drew closer, we all knew that we were going to be in for a special performance and the children did not disappoint. The final shows were incredible. It was amazing watching and seeing all of the hard work pay off and the play come to fruition. The children did themselves proud and performed wonderfully. We hope that the production has given them fond memories of their time in Year 6!’ Mr Joyes

‘In the production, I played Captain Swaggersword, the pirate who disappears and then later turns out to be Chief Wonga/Stanley Periwinkle. In the weeks leading up to the production, I spent a lot of time at home rehearsing my lines and my mum helped me a lot with this. I really enjoyed doing the performances because I was with my friends and it made me feel more confident. The evening performance was my favourite because my parents came to watch and they were really proud of me.’ Hussain Hamad 6I

‘On Wednesday 17 May, we all took part in a production called The Pirates of the Curry Bean. My role was Captain Redbeard, the captain of the Curry Bean (a pirate ship). I really enjoyed my role because I had many lines and also because I was allowed to be angry at lots of people. It was hard to be prepared for the role as I had so many lines and I had a solo that was called Piratical Style. After a lot of practising, I got the hand of it and so, from being terrified of not knowing the lines, I finally learned all of them and I was not scared anymore. My favourite scene in the play was the part when the crew of the Crunchy Frog (the navy ship) and the crew of the Curry Bean had a fight because it was so funny how people were falling over in slow motion and because so many people were laughing! I hope we get to do another production next year in Secondary as it was so much fun and we learned lots of new skills!’ Gede Yogananda 6A

‘I was Admiral Horatio Hornhonker. I was a main character, who had 63 lines! Admiral is a crazy, funny but stupid person that does not know anything. However, I really enjoyed being that character because I felt very happy that I could experience something like that.’ Jenelle Chuah 6N