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Year 6 Ancient Civilisations: A Cross-Campus Affair

The Year 6 Exit Point for 'Ancient Civilisations' was a cross-campus affair for all three Primary Schools.

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Madinat Khalifa Year 6 students enjoyed hosting students from Rayyan and Gharaffa Campuses to showcase their wonderful writing, paintings and clay models for Baghdad AD 900. At Gharaffa Campus, the children did an exceptional job, presenting and portraying ancient Mayan Civilisation theatre, architecture and culture.  A wide range of activities such as drama, Minecraft, modelling and quizzes were used to enthral and educate the children. While at Rayyan Campus, the children hosted and shared their knowledge of the Kingdom of Benin AD 900 in West Africa. The creativity of presenting their ancient civilisation was astounding and quite memorable.