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    The entire DFC program in our school set up made a real impact, especially to the students.   ...School Events

    Dubai Fitness Challenge (DFC) - the citywide fitness initiative by Sheik Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council is at the high spirit. We in Credence High believe that improving physical health has positive effects on academic performance congruent to mental and emotional health. The structured month-long DFC program of the PE department aimed to create awareness and promote an active and healthy lifestyle for all. The DFC program in our school ensured that every member in Credence community from KG students to upper middle schoolers, support staff to leadership management team and parents community adhere to our mission of creating a happy and healthy school in Dubai.

    The journey of the DFC program in our school started by attending workshops conducted by the KHDA, downloading and introducing the DFC mobile app, promoting DFC through radio zest and putting up DFC posters around the school, distributing printed out fitness calendar of suggested physical activities and challenges to do and upcoming events like fitness village visits, KHDA football match, yoga and Zumba sessions. We also encouraged every family in our school community to help us inculcate the value of fitness and health by writing their DFC goal together as a family supported by an informal discussion on its way forward. Furthermore, we also strengthened the opportunities for making a good connection with the KHDA team as we invited them for a school visit to have a friendly football match against our staff and parents community not to mention, the tactile learning experience we had from the visit to fitness villages - DMCC Park and Al Khawaneej underpins our purpose of the program.

    A variety of exciting and sweat-producing fitness activities were designed and programmed not only for the students but for staff and management as well - Football, Yoga, Swimming, Basketball, Dodge ball, Badminton, Core and Strength  Exercises, Floor Exercises, Jumping Rope, Aquatic Activities, Zumba, Brisk Walking, Track Challenges, Gymnastics, Indian traditional game and Fitness Relay, and Obstacles are the examples. »The entire DFC program in our school set up made a real impact, especially to the students as they started talking about it, getting engaged and wonder on the next day activity. Their daily executive function has improved and they have become happier"- Nicart (PE- HOD) 


      The students experienced and explored the importance of having and creating a positive and sensitive world.   ...School Events

                                               DEPARTMENT OF COUNSELING AND SPECIAL EDUCATION

      “Be kind for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle” – Plato

      Intent: The National bullying prevention week was celebrated at Credence High School from November 18 – 22nd, 2018. Credence High School celebrated this week with acknowledging the importance of ACCEPTANCE, RESPECT and KINDNESS. Through various activities across the school starting from Kindergarten to Grade 9 the students experienced and explored the importance of having and creating a positive and sensitive world. 

      Experience: The teachers of KG students put up a play for all the students for them to understand how they are not supposed to be bullying their friends or being rude. The teachers taught the students through their play that it is important to be kind and loving to people around them. Students from Grade 1 to 9 had a 40 minute session in class to discuss and do various activities. The Grade 1 and 2 students discussed about importance of showing kindness through our words and action. Students of Grade 3 created posters and slogans with regard to creating safe and happy spaces in school and outside. Grade 4 to 9 students had age appropriate discussions in class about the value of acceptance and respect to people around us. The students also discussed and expressed the importance of understanding emotions and values of people who are hurt and who hurt others.

      All this class wise activities was in the end concluded with a Special Assembly by students of Grade 8 guided by Mr. Sourjya. The students of Grade 8 created an assembly on Respect and Kindness in which they sang a song on being there for friends and the Anti-Bullying Secretary Mohammed Mishal student of Grade 7 gave a message to all the students of the school, which was followed by an Oath taking which was delivered by Mohammed Rehan the Assistant Anti-Bullying Secretary.   

      The students of Grade 8 distributed across the school special badges on Respect, Kindness, Happiness and Love (I Respect, I am Kind, I am Happy and I Care).

      Insight: Overall the students and teachers continue to create a positive, happy & safe school for everyone. And we continue to build the wellbeing of students at the Credence High School.


        Children gracefully displayed their belief of happiness and wowed everyone during the assembly.   ...School Events

                                                        “Happiness is one thing which when share, comes back two folds”

        Intent: How true is that, the more we give happiness, spread love and smiles around, the more it will come to us and this thought was showcased beautifully by the little ones of KG1-C in their Special Assembly on Tuesday, 20th November 2018 based on the theme ‘Happiness’. Happiness is the key to a successful life and every child has their own definition of happiness. Students of KG1 C were confident to share there views on the same.

        Experience: Children gracefully displayed their belief of happiness and wowed everyone during the assembly. They performed a short skit followed by a dance on the song "happiness". It was indeed a treat to eyes to watch them all dressed in red and yellow color, spreading across the message of love and happiness. The parents took pride in posing with the happiness mascots at there ended the assembly on a positive note.

        Insight: A soul happy inside is happy outside and spreads happiness all around it. So stay bless and be happy was the message conveyed.


          Teachers at Credence never fail to surprise their children. They took an extra step and moved an ext   ...School Events

          “The future of the world lie in hearts of the children today!”

          Intent: Honoring the birth anniversary of India’s first Prime Minister – Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the Children’s Day was celebrated at Credence High in the Special Assembly on Wednesday, 14th November 2018 for the students of all grades KG to Grade 9. It was day when things flipped completely as teachers took up the stage while children watched them perform.

          Experience: The assembly began with welcoming the children with some fun music while to make them feel special they were dressed in coloured clothes and teachers in ‘school uniforms’, a scene not to be missed definitely! The rituals of an assembly – the Quran recitation, thought for the day, importance of the day, the news were followed impeccably. Following that was a super performance by the KG teachers on ‘Baby Shark’, thereby performances like ‘Lazy Dance’ and ‘It’s a beautiful world’ took everyone by a pleasant surprise. Finally children were taken on a journey of a classroom set up created by the teachers playing the role of the students and that was commendable. Not the least, was a singing melody by our teachers. The assembly concluded to rousing cheers and well quoted by the school Principal’s special words.

          Insight: It is undoubtedly true that the teachers at Credence never fail to surprise their children. They took an extra step and moved an extra mile to get smiles on their students’ faces. Credence promises to keep the great work going.


            Understanding the significance of natural and super foods like fruits is essential and including fru   ...School Events

            “A healthy outside starts from the inside”

            Intent: A healthy body and a healthy mind is where happiness dwells. At Credence, wellbeing is at paramount and so follows the activities like ‘Dubai Fitness Challenge’, the ‘Wellbeing Census Survey’ and many more. A Kiwi fruit event was conducted in the same line on Sunday, 11th November 2018 in school by having ‘Zespri’ team to educate children of all grades Pre KG to Grade 9, about including fruits in their daily diets.

            Experience: Our host shared the importance of the Kiwi fruit as it includes nutritional values like ‘Potassium and Vitamin C’. Followed by that was a small question and answer session as well singing a song on Kiwi. The Kiwi mascots entertained the children and finally they enjoyed a little surprise goodie bag.

            Insight: In modern days, the choice of junk foods available can be quite tempting but understanding the significance of natural and super foods like fruits is essential and this is how we keep reminding the children about the importance of the same.


              DIWALI – ALL GRADES
              The festival celebrations lit up everyone’s faces and made the event a memorable one.   ...School Events

              “Happiness is in air, its Diwali everywhere!” 

              Intent: Educating the children about the varied culture followed by different people of the world makes children sensitive towards all. At Credence High School all the special days of different cultures are celebrated with zeal and fun. ‘Diwali’ – the festival of lights for the Indian community, was celebrated in Credence on 6th November 2018.

              Experience: Everyone, from the students to staff members came dressed in festive wear and painted Credence with colours. Children were engaged in various activities like lantern making, painting the lamps, etc. A beautiful arrangement of ‘Diyas’ welcomed the Credennians with colours and light.

              Insight: The festival celebrations lit up everyone’s faces and made the event a memorable one.


                Indeed a very thoughtful wellbeing experience it was, with the children.   ...School Events

                                                             “Health is a state of body and wellness is that state of being.”

                Intent: A thought provoking assembly was presented by the children of grade 1E on 6th November 2018 in the school auditorium. It was aimed at making the audience aware of the physical, social and emotional wellbeing. A short presentation addressed the importance of the wellbeing in our life. The children spread the message of adapting the good habits in their life and how to promote Health and Happiness amongst themselves.

                Experience: The fascinating dance and the ‘Oath’ taking performance enthralled the audience till the very end and was highly appreciated by the visiting parents.

                Insight: Indeed a very thoughtful wellbeing experience it was, with the children of grade 1E.


                  100% ATTENDANCE
                  Congratulations for 100% Attendance during the month of October 2018   ...School Events


                    GENERAL ASSEMBLY – ‘RESPECT’ – KG 1B
                    Children took everyone by a surprise by performing happily and confidently.   ...School Events

                                              “Respect for ourselves guides our morals, respect for others guides our manners”

                    Intent: Respect is a positive feeling or action shown towards someone or something considered important, or held in high esteem or regard. It conveys a sense of admiration for good or valuable qualities and it is also the process of honoring someone by exhibiting care, concern, or consideration for their needs or feelings. Students of KG 1 B, presented a thought provoking assembly on the topic- ‘Respect’ on 5th November, 2018.

                    Experience: It began with the Recitation of Holy Quran and a soul - stirring thought that made all realize the importance of Respect. It continued by the children singing the school song followed by the National Anthems of U.A.E. The students danced on the respect song and each child conveyed a message on respect. A short thank you speech was given by the class teacher Ms Aashiya who also appreciated the efforts of the students of KG 1 B. The assembly came to an end with a motivational song ’We shall overcome someday’.

                    Insight: Children of KG 1B took everyone by a surprise by performing happily and confidently.