The Black Death

Joshua and Yi Kang of 7 Gentleness took much time to prepare a script via a video project on the causes and effects of the pandemic. We are happy to see the boys include skill and thrill in their presentation. They have read and interpreted in their views. There will be more for them to…

The Wall

Impressive project. The teacher gathered her year 6 students to etch images related to their syllabus so that others may benefit from the effort. The globe. Where are the continents? Which country has scenes created by them? The indigenous groups of South America. Who are they? From Peru? Bolivia? Farmers? Hunter gatherers? What about the…

The Reminders

In school we are taught to be aware of our surroundings, happenings and respond to present moments. The Art teacher took the opportunity to tap the potential of students and encouraged them to prepare reminders . The posters are constant reminders to the community of the school be it students, teachers and parents. Put on…

The Transportation Hub

Aren’t they created with so much imagination? The primary schoolers had to use recyclables to whip out buses, trains, cars, vans and planes as part of their year end learning assessment. Today, their ‘vehicles’ are parked in a storage place waiting to be marked, exhibited and admired. We are excited to see their participation and…

The Online Learners

The versatile ones After a couple of months in school for face to face classes, a third wave of the covid attack could only mean the learners having to face the screen again. But year 5 learners are enjoying the varied modes of technology learning. Learning idioms through sounds, music and visual expressions has indeed…

Primary Fighters

The year 2020 has been a most challenging one. Yet, the primary check point exam takers did what they signed up for in the beginning of the year ; to take the bull by the horns. Preparation was done through both face to face and online sessions. Young but determined, they did not succumb to…

Who Moved My Cheese ?

A Must Read     We are often afraid of changes especially when we are in a comfortable situation with all things in place. How do we respond to unwanted times of life be it in our jobs, family life, relationships and all other aspects of existence? How do we cope when our ‘cheese’ has…

Learn a word a day

Placed at the entrance , this little board has a story for all each day. Inculcating good habits is part and parcel of learning so we really hope children will pick up new words as they journey through the year with us. Good habits die hard so they say.

This Is The Day

Orientation 2020 today was a revisitation of EGIS’s vision for 2020. Many turn up to hear of our new plans for the children. Parents expressed their appreciation of our coding classes, homework guidance and remedial programmes. Many are excited as we make plans to move to our new premise later this year. We have new…