Why Tinker?

I have been amazed as I grew up reading stories of inventors like Wright Brothers, Albert Einstein or Thomas Edison in last few hundred years working in their backyards or dingy offices conducting experiments to make things that changed the world. The same trend continues as we speak today, with you

Book Week in the PYP

We celebrated Book Week from 27th February to 3rd March 2017. The theme was ‘United through Books’. This year we had various subject specialists, such as Music and Language Acquisition integrating by making literature a focal point in their lesson that week. Every day throughout the week we had

Preschool Christmas Concert

Thereafter the children mesmerised us with their effortless performances, whether it was PS1 melting away as snowmen, PS2 singing their parts impromptu or PS3 creating musical snowflakes, on tuned percussion or as wonderful dancers . Each year group’s performance was  unique in it’s own way and


However, the debate experience was not the unrivalled part of CHEMUN, considering that we were travelling as a group. Throughout the 4 nights and 3 days we stayed there, relationships were instituted, one’s that can never be forgotten. Memories were entrenched between everyone. We developed a stro


“World peace is no longer some pie-in-the-sky thing, because no single person or country is going to solve it on their own.” – Herbie Hancock MUN, or Model United Nations, is a club that has been running in school for years. Parents that have been members of MBIS for a while will know

Diwali Celebration

Diwali is one of the many light celebrations the PYP students can name and they had a firm understanding of the story behind the celebration and how the lights element represents the triumph of good over evil. The students were eager to talk about how Diwali is celebrated and how it is a time for [&

Digital Citizenship Week 2016

This week was the Digital Citizenship Week! At MBIs, we wanted to celebrate a safe, responsible and respectful use of technology by providing opportunities for our students and other members of our community to empower themselves through the 4 Cs: Collaboration, Communication, Critical Thinking and