IAA's U18 football teams participated in the knock-out stages of the Amman Athletic Conference (AAC). The boys finished at third place and the girls brought home GOLD - coming in FIRST!
Congratulations boys and girls for a great performance and for your wonderful sportsmanship.
The IAA Athletics Department hosted the METS swimming competition with teams coming from Egypt and Lebanon, as well as local teams from Amman.
All IAA athletes swam their way into the hearts of the supporters, bringing home lots of medals, gold being the highest number won. The U8, U10 and U12 swimmers received participation medals, whilst the older age groups U14, U16 and U18 were ranked based on time. The swimmers demonstrated incredible commitment to self-improvement, grit and resilience.
Congratulations IAA athletes on your achievements. Thank you Coach Samer Taha for organising such a fabulous event and thank you parents, referees and coaches.
IAA invites you to experience its annual Middle School production this year, Matilda. Come and experience the enchanting mixture of an irresistible story, unforgettable songs, breath-taking dance numbers and astonishing stagecraft that makes this musical soar high above the rest. There will be 2 shows; Tuesday, Dec. 6 & Wednesday, Dec. 7 at 6pm at the IAA Theatre.
Tickets are JD 5 and are on sale starting Sunday, Nov. 20 at Finance.
On Monday, the IAA hosted a group of teachers from Amman Academy, Amman Baccalaureate School, English Talents School and Mashrek to discuss ePortfolio.
ePortfolio is a rich tool aimed at guiding teachers and students in the subjects of Language Acquisition (Arabic and Spanish), Physical and Health Education, Design and Arts. The shared insights results in improved performance for both learners and facilitators of learning.
Taleen Khleifat is not only a student at her senior year at IAA, but also an author. Her book “Big Girls Don’t Cry – They Score” is the culmination of her Grade 10 MYP personal project. It took her 6 months to write the book that recites her story; her struggle to play the sport she loves – soccer.
”It’s a book that all girls should read,” Taleen says. It inspires all girls to follow their dream and not give up.
Her book is currently being sold at the IAA Book Fair and there will be a book signing held at Readers, 7th Circle next Saturday, November 12 at 4:30pm.
We are proud of you Taleen!
Book Week has begun at IAA!
The IAA was buzzing with authors, students and parents yesterday. The book display at the atrium is a must visit with your children. Authors like Doha Khasawneh, Margo Matiljian, Flora Majdalawi, Laila Odeh will be at the IAA this week to read to our students.
Keep your eyes open for more news of IAA students enjoying the many activities planned this week for our annual celebration of books!
The U14's Hawks boys football team participated in the AAC tournament. They played 6 games, with the final one on Saturday November 5. And they won 4-1!
Congratulations IAA Hawks and thank you parents and coaches for your training and guidance to grow our students into becoming great athletes!