Update to ECA schedule Please be aware that the ECA with Mrs Perkins (KAP)  is now on a Thursday and not a Sunday.
Thank you
ECA Registrations - Term 3
Please see below for confirmation of the ECA Registrations for Term 3

Std NoNameFormECATeacherRoom5229ALSHEMALI, Zaid01BSunday - GamesKAPRoom 1095264ABDELZAHER, Zain01BSunday - AthleticsASIFlag Court5830SOHAIL, Saja01BSunday - GamesKAPClassroomMonday - OrigamiNAGClassroomStd NoNameFormECATeacherRoom5159HINDY, Jana01G

Mathletics March Maths Challenge

Congratulations to our students for once again achieving first place in the Middle East in the Mathletics March Maths Challenge! We also placed 21st out of 450 schools worldwide. Please follow this link to see all results.

Special congratulations to the following students for placing first in each of their classes:
Patrick Rofaeel 1B
Mahmoud Aly 1G
Layan Rehan 1R
Fatime Osman 1T 
Yassin Elmekkawy 1Y

Happy Mother's Day!


March Maths Challenge

We are excited to announce that TEA is participating in another international Mathletics challenge. In November, we got first place in the Middle East and we are hoping for another great result this time!
The competition will run from the 11th of March to the 17th of March. Students will earn 10 points for each correct answer in curriculum activities, and 20 points for each correct answer in a topic test. They may continue to compete in Live Mathletics, but will only get 1 point for each correct answer. Please note that activities completed in “offline mode” may not be counted.
On Thursday, 14th March, Mathletics will hold an additional competition. Students may come to school dressed as a famous mathematician, symbol or number (costume should be homemade). You can enter the competition by posting a photo on Twitter using the hashtags #WMD2019 #Mathletics #TEAKuwait. Please come in normal school uniform if you do not wish to dress up.
Good luck and enjoy!
Dear Parents(s),
RE: Literacy Week
Literacy Week starts on Sunday, 3rd March. A variety of literacy based activities have been planned, within the normal school day, with the aim of encouraging students to read, and highlight the importance of English language and literature.
On Thursday, 7th March it is World Book Day and students are invited to dress as a character from a book.  The costume must be a recognisable character and follow the school’s dress code. Failure to adhere to these expectations will result in the student being sent home.
Please be reminded that this is a normal school week for students and attendance is obligatory.
Thank you for your continued support, we hope that all of our students enjoy the week ahead.
Kind regards,

Mr Mark Bretherton
School Principal

Important notice

Dear Parents,
It is the school policy that any permission slips must be signed by the father. Please ensure that the father has signed, if not please can you resign and send the slip to the class teacher as soon as possible.
Thank you for your cooperation