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25 December 2014

Dalia Binladin, managing director of SAE Institute Jeddah, visited Thamer International School to present its upcoming diploma courses. SAE Institute is the world’s largest technical media school and teaches vocational media education, in fields such as digital animation, audio engineering, film and TV production,game design and Development and Multimedia studies. SAE has more than 50 campuses in over 30 countries and was established in Australia in 1976. The institute is present in 5 continents offering diplomas and short courses certified through the international headquarters in Oxford, United Kingdom. 

14 April 2014

Thirteen students have scored big in the Cambridge International Examinations, with top marks in various subjects in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and globally. The students sat for the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) and AS and A2 examinations at Thamer International School. Mohammed Ayman and Mustafa Amr Nazeih were the top students globally in mathematics and Information and Communication Technology (ICT). Yasmin Ashraf and Toka Tarek were the top students in Saudi Arabia for business studies and mathematics.

22 March 2014

The winners have been selected from more than 250 students from age 12 to 16. The winners of this year's competition were adjudged in three different categories: Five winners of "Artistic Excellence," 10 winners of the "Artistic Creativity" and 44 awarded as "The Future Artist." Safeyah Binzagr, a veteran Saudi artist, owner of Darat Safeya Binzagr and the organizer of the contest told Arab New that unfortunately all of the participants come from either private or international schools. She expressed extreme happiness over this edition of the competition under the theme "saddle" and said that this occasion was a real chance to explore the children's creative skills. "I intentionally chose such a theme as an attempt to trigger our kids' imagination to demonstrate their artistic flair and talent,” she said. Yara Jastaniyah one of the young female Saudi winner studying in grade 8 in Al Nour School said: “I’m participated for the first time and am very proud to represent my school and win the Future Artist Award.”.

05 March 2010

Cambridge congratulated the top students at Thamer International School and praised the efforts of the school, especially its ICT and IGCSE Coordinator Salma Kadri for the outstanding results.

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