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Feza International School once again had the tremendous pleasure of successfully hosting, for the second time round, the fun-filled World Scholar’s Cup Competition.
Last weekend, 6th and 7th April 2019, we had 316 scholars from different schools in the country competing in a variety of action-packed activities. Scholars partook in debates, collaborative writing, the scholar’s bowl, the scholar’s challenge and the talent showcase.
It was hectic to say the least! Scholars made new friends, overcame fears and most importantly had a ton of fun learning new things.
We, the FIS community, would like to thank all of the participants who put in all of the work, the teachers for training them, the parents for supporting them and of course the World Scholar’s Cup organization for allowing us to host yet another round of the competition.
World Scholar’s Cup
We thank all our teachers and students for their efforts.
PROJECT / GAME / ACTIVITY NAME
DISSECTION OF REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM OF THE CHICKEN
THE WORLD OF MICROORGANISMS
HARMFUL EFFECTS OF THE SMOKING
DNA EXTRACTION OF BANANA
BOOSTING THE FROG HEARTBEAT
VOLCANIC ERUPTION MODEL
FIRE SNAKE& FIRE HAND
DOUBLE ELEPHANT TOOTHPASTE
EXPLOSIVE SOAP FOAM
THE HIDDEN MESSAGE
HOW TO SEE SOUND?
F1 RACING CAR
POWER OF THE EGGS
SUGAR CONCENTRATION OF THE LIQUIDS
HANOI TOWER COMPETITION
MAGIC IN CARDS
USING ATM CARD&PATENT
RUBIC CHALLENGE COMPETITION
THE PROOF OF PYTHAGORAS THEOREM
MATHS MODEL USING PROBABILITY
INTERNET ADDICTION TEST (IAT)
ANATOMY OF THE IMAC
RIVER DRAINAGE SYSTEM
INTRODUCTION AND IMPORTANCE OF SOCIOLOGY
CULTURAL DIVERSITY, FERAL CHILDREN, NATURE&NURTURE DEBATE
FEZA MERCHANDISE SALE
WORLD CUP 2030 EAST AFRICA
TANZANIA’S GROWTH&ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE
THE ACCOUNTING CYCLE
PRESENTATION OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
ANALYSIS AND COMMUNICATION OF ACCOUNTING INFORMATION
HOT AIR BALLOON
PLASTIC BOTTLES SCULPTURE ARTS
ECOSYSTEM IN A BOTTLE
HOW DIFFERENT LIQUIDS EFFECT SEED GROWTH
PARTS OF THE PLANT
PLANTS NEED SUNLIGHT
WATER CYCLE PROJECT MODEL
MOLECULAR MODEL PROJECT
THE HUMAN SKELETON
WATER CYCLE PROJECT MODEL WITH INTERACTIVE DIAGRAM
INTERACTIVE PARTICLE MODEL OF SOLIDS, LIQUIDS AND GASES
RECYCLING PAPER AND PLASTIC
SIMPLE ELECTRIC QUIZ BOARD
MILKING THE GOATS GAME BOARD
READ THE CLOCKS
THE COMPOSITION AND THE STRUCTURE OF THE EARTH
PLASTIC RECYCLING SCULPTURE
3D BUTTERFLY ART
ABSTRACT PAINTING LESSONS
LIVE JELLYFISH SCULPTURE
FAIRY VILLAGE SCULPTURE
YARN ART SCULPTURE
STICKY NOTE SCULPTURE
ACTIVITIES OF KINDERGARTEN
On the 2nd of March, Feza International School held the 1st Annual Kindergarten Gala where the school’s youngest learners showcased their rhythmic gross motor skills through dancing, creative ideas through drama, musicality through songs and rhymes, and eloquence in reciting poems. Building up our student’s self confidence with this year’s theme, Cultural Diversity Enhancing Early Childhood Experience.
FIS proudly celebrated the well anticipated graduation of year 11 and 13, class of 2018. What an incredible spectacular event filled with an array of magnificent performances from both graduating classes. Graduates showcased their talents in both English and Swahili. And parents were sure proud to see just how talented their children are. Class representatives […]
Feza International School proudly hosted the World Scholar’s Cup Dar es Salaam round. Among the participating schools were Baobab Secondary School, Bahari Schools, Aga Khan Mizizima Schools, Greenlight Secondary School, Ghomme Secondary School, Shamsiye Secondary School and Feza Schools in Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar. Thank you for your participation and see you in the […]
Today we were honored to have the CEO of Cambridge Assessment International Education, Michael O’Sullivan visiting our school, meet with our dedicated staff and hard working students. Great moments to be cherished forever!
The water challenge was great fun!
Grades 5 and 6 at Feza International Primary came to school on Saturday for extra tuition and then the water challenge began! The students enjoyed playing in the water and a lot of fun was had by all. We were pleased to see so many students in attendance. Well done, all! We look forward to more Saturdays of scholarship and fun!
We appreciate the invitation of The Minister of Education and Vocational Training Hon Prof. JOYCE L. NDALICHAKO, the great hospitality of The Speaker of Tanzanian National Assembly, Hon. JOB NDUGAI, Honourable Ministers and other Members of Parliament.
For our students, its a memory they will cherish forever. Let it be a motivation for them to strive even more for their nation.