Forgot your password?

Back to login

IES welcomed new batch of Grade 10 (2018-2019) with immense joy and excitement
March 6, 2018, 1:37 pm

‘There is no elevator to success. You have to take the stairs. Let today be the beginning of something new. Mistakes are the proof that you’re trying.’

With immense pleasure and happiness, the teacher and student community of Indian Educational School (IES) Kuwait, cordially welcomed their new batch of Grade 10 students (2018-2019) on 4 March. The students shared their excitement and nervousness while entering the school campus. The tension of board exams was truly in the air, but the teachers were determined to give their beloved students a wonderful beginning and make them comfortable.

After a formal welcome by the principal Mr. T. Premkumar through the school Public Address System, the students were individually briefed in their respective classes during the first period about the marking schemes and other policies like the ‘100% cleanliness’ strategy that the schoothat the school intends to implement this year.  After the recess, the students were taken down to the playground to have a good time. The school band played one of their brilliant pieces and other students staged their talents like singing and dancing.

The day was made even more memorable for the students when Binoy Mathew, Head of the Department Social Science rendered a beautiful Hindi fast number for them. The students were humorously engaged by Mr. Sriee, member of the Department of French, and Mr. Venu, member of the Department of Mathematics. Principal Mr. T. Premkumar, Vice Principal (CCA) Mrs. Meenakshi Nayyar, the class-coordinator Freny Abraham and other subject teachers addressed the students regarding various topics like discipline, hard work, time management, and planning. It was a very enlightening session for them.

To end the day with a bang, the teachers organized various games for the students to actually feel free and enjoy themselves. Everyone returned to their classes happily, before the students were given chocolates at the end of the day. They have been set for a successful year because they had a good beginning, thanks to their caring and concerned teachers.

    -By Malavika Krishna (10 F)

Share your views

"It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed."

"Envy comes from wanting something that isn't yours. But grief comes from losing something you've already had."

Photo Gallery