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A snapshot of the goings-on within the secondary English department at Dubai British School Jumeirah Park
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DBSJP English 18h
HUUUUUUUGE CONGRATULATIONS to all the AMAZING performers and for all the incredible work leading to tonight’s ‘Annie’👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻! If anyone hasn’t had chance to see it yet GO TOMORROW NIGHT!
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DBSJP English 21h
In our library lessons, we encourage students to read a variety of different genres, use and their reading skills to complete a variety of Reading Challenges
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DBSJP English 21h
7B are enjoying doing ReadTheory on their devices and reading in the sunshine during their library lesson.
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DBSJP English Jan 22
With World Book Day just around the corner on Feb 6th, a couple of our Y7 students wanted to recommend some books for you to read!
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DBSJP English Jan 20
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DBSJP_Food Jan 15
We are more than ready to cheer on our 12 entrants. Excited to find out tomorrow who will represent at Food Shala Kids. They are even more excited (nervous) that they will be on television. Filming crew 6am, judges table 7am!
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DBSJP English Jan 13
Good luck to all our Y11 students who will sit their early entry IGCSE English Language A examination this morning. Time to shine guys...
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DBSJP English Jan 7
Ms Baalham’s favourite lesson of 2019, using VR headsets to help students visualize the trenches in WW1 which then led to a piece of impressive descriptive writing...let’s hope we have lots more lessons like this in 2020
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James Bond Jan 2
Right, let’s get back to work
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DBSJP_Pastoral Dec 11
Thank you to everyone who supported ‘The December Challenge 2019’ - and a huge thank you to the DBSJP support team!
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DBSJP English Dec 10
Happy holidays from ! Mr M is thrilled with his gift of a new tie which now aligns with the department ‘look’
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DBSJP English Nov 27
When and come together to moderate IGCSE English coursework portfolios. Pringles and biscuits fueling the marking accuracy
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DBSJP English Nov 21
Fantastic morning presenting our worthy DBSJP short story and poetry competition winners. Some SERIOUS writing talent and strong entries now entered into fingers crossed 🤞
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DBSJP_SStudies Nov 21
Here are some interesting books as part of our Social Studies reading list
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DBSJP English Nov 19
What better way to spend your impromptu day off than to catch up with a great book. Stay safe and read 📚📖
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DBSJP_Library Nov 10
Poppies are worn to remember those who served in the British and Commenwealth Armed Forces. The poppy was chosen as the symbol of Remembrance because poppy flowers grew on the battlefields after the end of First World War.
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DBSJP English Nov 7
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DBSJP English Nov 7
Reading is so important and so is outdoor space. Here at DBSJP we’re so lucky to be able to combine the two with our library’s outdoor terrace
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DBSJP English Nov 7
Year 10 students playing 6x6 board games to revise for their ‘Of Mice and Men’ IGCSE-style assessment next week
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DBSJP English Nov 5
When Secondary English accidentally coordinate On a serious note though - students: no ‘cheetahing’ on your assessments next week 😉
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