The RAK Dance Academy, on 30 May 2014, conducted a ‘Sound of Music’ competition at Carmel School, Kuwait. Shreya Lizzy Thomas was adjudged Second Runner-up in the Junior Category for her melodious rendition of Indian Music.
Every year, Blessen George Foundation (BGFI) awards two students from each school in Kuwait in recognition of outstanding achievements in the field of Sports. Faith Sara Luke and Syed Sameem were the ones chosen from SIMS for this prestigious award.
Swimming competition conducted by Indian Central School, Kuwait (CBSE Cluster Meet) saw champions emerge from SIMS. Faith Sara Luke bagged medals in three events:
50m freestyle - Second prize
50m backstroke - Third prize
50m breaststroke - Third prize
Jeremiah Verghese Luke came second in the Individual Medley.
Syed Sameem receiving the prestigious Blessen George Foundation award.
In the prestigious Hadith Shareef competition (conducted by the Ministry of Education, Kuwait) held in the month of March, Hafsa Ameer of Grade IX bagged the First prize while Fathma Harbi of Grade VIII secured the Second position.
On 20 April 2014, Fahaheel Al-Watanieh Indian Private School (DPS Kuwait) hosted an inter-school Art Competition. SIMS was represented by students from Grades I to V. Zhara Yousuf Battu of Grade IV & Ahmed Basil of Grade V won the Second & Third position respectively. The winners were presented with medals, certificates & coloring boxes.
In April 2014, a painting competition was conducted by ‘The Kuwait Times’ on the topic ‘Kuwait-Beautiful and Green’. A total of 34 students from Salmiya Indian Model School participated in the competition. The entry paintings were handed over at The Kuwait Times office. Pranathi Devuapally of Grade V did SIMS proud by becoming the Runner-Up in the competition. She was presented with a tablet for her outstanding achievement.
The remaining students were given certificates of participation.
The 22 May 2014 witnessed another creative explosion. As the world celebrated ‘World No Tobacco Day’, the students of SIMS showed their resentment towards the use of tobacco by actively participating in an Inter House Anti- Tobacco campaign in the form of a drawing competition highlighting the harmful effects of tobacco.
The students of Grades VI, VII and VIII put down their feelings in a cartoon strip while the students of Grades IX and X made posters showing what tobacco can do to the human body and why it shouldn’t be used.