Wednesday, February 15, 2017

6TH BANGLA OLYMPIAD

Competition Day

1414 participated students out of 1800 inspired students from 87 schools along with their branches...
6th Inter-school BANGLA OLYMPIAD - 2017
Wonderful moments during 6th Bangla Olympiad's competition day which was organized on Saturday, February 11th, 2017.

Participant Schools

1414 participated students out of 1800 inspired students from 87 schools along with their branches...
6th Inter-school BANGLA OLYMPIAD - 2017
Some of the participated schools' group pictures


Bangla Olympiad on Channel 9 Part 1


Bangla Olympiad on Channel 9 Part 2


Bangla Olympiad on Channel 9 Part 3


USA SUMMER TRIP


GRADE 9 PARENTS VISIT


Sunday, January 29, 2017

SPORTS DAY 2017



After a grueling month of hard work the future athletes of International Turkish Hope School Senior Girls Section came together to showcase their expertise in the prestigious 'Sports Day' event. Students from 6th to 9th grade showed marvelous performance, revealing their athletic prowess in various competitive sports. 
From the youngest to the most seasoned players, everyone showed impressive performance during the most challenging games. For instance, one of the most enjoyable and unusual game was 'Big Feet' which required great coordination and teamwork, but nonetheless greatly enjoyed by its participants. Perhaps the most impressive was the final 'Tug of war' between the seasoned players of 8th grade versus the youngest players of 6th. Even with their vast difference in experience, both showed remarkable endurance.  
The students played various other races, relays and in every game, students showed natural team spirit. It is because of their sportsmanship that the students, who didn’t win, gleefully accepted their defeat.
Among the rush of games, upbeat music was playing in the background which surely made this day quite memorable. All the students had so much fun that they excitedly anticipate next year's arrival when they can do it all over again! 

  
No
Event of Games
1st
2nd
3rd

1
50m  (6-7)
Tasmi Muhtazi
M.T. Raisa
Yenuli

2

100m  (6-7)

Mujiba Tasneem

Reyhan Gulerman

Vishwa Jignesh

3

100m (8-9)

Maliha Shaira Zaman

Huma Walesa Nadia

Marzana Mansoor

4

Marble Spoon(6-7)

Irina Naowar Bhuiyan(6B)


Samia Rahman

Samiha Ibnat
5
Marble Spoon(8-9)
Maliha BinteMasud
Ariba Jaudana
Tasnim Siddique

6

Three Legged
Maliha Binte Masud
Amrin  Jahan
Maliha Tanha Masood
Tabassum Tasnim
Zareen Subah
Meher Niger

7

Sack Race

Maliha Shaira Zaman
Mujiba Tasneem
Vishwa Jignesh


8

Skipping


Nowsin Sonon

Samia Rahman

Moriom Akter
9
Skipping Running
Reyhan Gulerman


Rafiah Mrittika
Sama Nina Reza

10

Relay (4x1)
Maliha Shaira Zaman
Fatema Toj Johora
Tasnim Siddique
Urbi Urjani
Nowsin Tabassum
Marzana Mansoor
Zareen Subah
Meheer Niger
Huma Walesa Nadia
Maliha Tabassum
Esrat Jahan
Tabassum

11

Group Passing Ball
Fatema Toj Johora
Sanjida Yesmin
Tasnim Siddique
Arobi Tarannum
Shababa Nahrin
Reyhan Gulerman
Ushrat Refat
Vishwa Jignesh
Humaira Kabir
Khadija Fazilut
Khatune Zannat Taba
Mujiba Tasneem
Jamima Nahiyan Jamal Raisa
Sheikh Shakira Akhter

12

Target Throw
Nousin Tabassum
Nowsin Tabassum
Marzana Mansoor
Zareen Subah
Meheer Niger
Wliwattage don Dewni Pabara
Adriana Chowdhury
Nafisaba Najmul
Nafeeza Hassan Reyna
Binuli Minayani



13

Big Feet
Maliha Binte Masud
Amrin  Jahan
Maliha Shaira Zaman
Reyhan Gulerman
Ushrat Refat
Vishwa Jignesh



14

Tug of War

8B Champion

6C Runner up


Monday, January 23, 2017

GREAT SUCCESS IN INTERNATIONAL KARATE CHAMPIONSHIP ORGANIZED IN INDIA

Lavina Nahid Khan, Grade 6 student and Areea Fairuz, Grade 7 student  got the first and second position respectively in 7th International Karate Championship in Kata Category organized by Skito-Ryu Karate School of India in New Delhi - India. Besides this, students secured the first position as a team in Kata Category. As ITHS, we congratulate our students and wish them success in further organizations.





Tuesday, January 17, 2017

6TH BANGLA OLYMPIAD

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN BANGLADESH PHYSICS OLYMPIAD


As ITHS Senior Girls Section, we are very proud to announce that Sumaya Sultana, Grade 10 student, secured the second position in Bangladesh Physics Olympiad Divisional Round Category B. We wish her the best and expect that she will obtain a good result in the next round.




Saturday, January 14, 2017

SECOND SEMESTER ROUTINE

DEAR PARENTS & STUDENTS,

IT IS TO INFORM YOU THAT SCHOOL WILL RESUME ON 16TH JANUARY 2016, MONDAY.

WISHING ALL OUR STUDENTS A SUCCESSFUL SECOND SEMESTER.

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE ROUTINE FOR THE SECOND SEMESTER...

Friday, January 13, 2017

AISD INTER - SCHOOL BADMINTON TOURNAMENT



60 students from ITHS, ISD and AISD participated in the interschool badminton tournament arranged by American International School, Dhaka. The tournament was divided into team event and single event. ITHS ended the tournament becoming champion with 70 points. In singles Ashraful Nabil was runner up and in mixed doubles Rakib and Zarin earned the honour of becoming champion. Jarif and Tasnia was runner up in mixed doubles.

USA WINTER TRIP



On 27th December, 2016 eleven students from International Turkish Hope School Senior Girls Section made an adventurous trip to USA. While staying at the majestic 'Best Western Plus' hotel they visited three of the most culturally and historically rich states: New York, Boston and Washington D.C. 
They started their journey from New York City where they visited the colossal neoclassical sculpture of Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island in New York Harbor. The originally red copper statue was designed by French designer Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi who gifted it to the United States from the people of France. Although the statue was copper red, it eventually turned green by reacting with oxygen in the air. The statue is a symbol of freedom and a welcoming sight to all who arrive from abroad.
A visit to New York is incomplete without The Empire State Building, which is a 102-story skyscraper located on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. It is little known that New York was once known as the Empire State and that's where the iconic skyscraper derives its name. It once proudly stood as the world's tallest building for around 40 years but is currently the 29th-tallest. Tourists are allowed to go all the way up to the observation deck where you could bask in the marvel that is New York City.  
Along with the Empire State Building, they also visited the lush green Central Park in Manhattan and the famous Rockefeller Centre which was decorated gorgeously for Christmas. There is also a skating rink, art museum and many more attractions in the famous Rockefeller Center.      
Afterwards the students were thrilled to move on to Washington D.C, the capital of U.S. It is a small city between Maryland and Virginia but full of history and culture. The famous Smithsonian museum in Washington is divided into several themes such as the famous the air and space museum. The majestic museum is decorated with giant models of airplanes, rocket ships, and even NASA rovers from the moon. No visit to the capital is complete without a visit to The White House which is the official residence of the President of the United States. It has been the presidential residence for over two centuries and is rich with history. 
The weather was chilly and wet all throughout New York and Washington. However, in Boston, it was snowing quite heavily. While the students were in Boston, they were deeply inspired by Harvard University and MIT. Both are Ivy league private institutes and has educated some of the greatest minds in the world! 
Throughout the entire trip, the students truly enjoyed themselves and experienced American culture to its fullest. Although they enjoyed sightseeing, they mentioned the street food was the best part. Probably the most memorable moment for the students was the snow because for some, it was their first time experiencing such weather. They had a snow-fight in the backyard of M.I.T, which was a great finish to a great trip. The U.S trip was a great success and very educational, yet fun experience for all the students. 


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