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On Saturday 25th September, over 20 staff from KICS had the opportunity of visiting several of the DAL group projects including the Ailafoon Farm, the DFI plant, Sayga Flour Mills and the Bakery Development ...read more

  

 
On Sunday 16th September twenty three IGCSE Geography students and two teachers spent the day on Tuti Island at the confluence of the Blue and White Nile Rivers to carry out an IGCSE hypotheses ...read more

 

 

Friends or Foes? The History of Sudanese – Egyptian Relations


Last Wednesday Dr Fadwa Abdel Rahman Ali Taha opened the 2010-11 Humanities Department Lecture Series in the Senior Library with a fascinating lecture titled Friends or Foes? ...read more

Twelve Year 7-12 students and two teachers from KICS visited China during the summer holiday (May 23rd-June 6th). This was a wonderful opportunity to visit the cities of Beijing ...read more

 

The new international educators joining KICS this year enjoyed a week of induction activities before the start of this academic year. They join us from postings ranging in such countries as ...read more

 

                                                    

On Friday 23rd of April the students, families and teachers of the Graduating class of 2010 came together to celebrate.  A reception was held around the fountain area with entertainment provided by renowned guitarist Dr El Fatih Hussein and the graduates were escorted to the Senior library to have formal photographs taken with their families.

When the photos were completed, and after the traditional group photo in front of the fountain, the graduates proceeded to the Junior Hall which had been set up for the presentation followed by a buffet dinner.  

The guest speaker was Mr Mark Exton who urged the graduating class to remember that the combination of ability and passion would ensure that they fulfilled their aspirations.

        

The graduates each gave two minute recorded presentations of their memories of growing up and photos of themselves at various stages in their lives.  Each of these was very personal and in many cases provided really moving accounts of young people about to spread their wings and move on to a new and more independent stage in their lives.

                                                 

The formalities completed, the guests enjoyed a buffet dinner and then DJ Taha turned up the tempo and the dance floor filled up with students, parents and teachers enjoying themselves.  

The students had invited their friends to join them for a later party that continued until the early hours of the morning.  It was a thoroughly enjoyable evening for all those in attendance.

 

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