Over the last few days we have witnessed the achievements of 15 weeks of hard work and effort from our students and teachers. The exhibition was a reflection of the potential our students hold, the importance of our teachers, the development of our school culture and the strength of the school community.
Our Junior School’s focus on Inquiry Learning has given students a greater responsibility for their own learning. The highlights from the Al Siraat Exhibition this year with our theme ‘Our Science Stories” have ascertained our students’ learning to a different level. It is amazing to see students involved in the inquiry process and having the shared responsibility among members of their classes to be engaged in an in-depth type of learning. Many opportunities were given to students to explore their research skills through the Inquiry Units of Work, which required them to take risks, build their confidence and becoming independent learners. It is without doubt that presenting their findings on the night of the Al Siraat Exhibition 2015 was the most unforgettable moment for students, parents and teachers. It has been a night to be proud of and hopefully inspired our students to be life-long learners and inquirers.
I would like to congratulate every individual who has contributed, in their own big or small way, to this amazing 2015 Exhibition. I would also like to say a Big Thank You to
all our Junior School staff
the Year 7 Science Department
the Art Department
the Religion Department
the Maintenance & Technical Support Department
our dedicated Parent Helpers and the "Parent & Friends" Committee
for their fantastic team effort, support and patience in making it a memorable and successful event. Well done, everyone! May Allah Bless and reward all your good deeds, Ameen!