DUCV held its 2nd History Exhibition to display all the great work produced by all boys and girls of Year 7-10 secondary students with the support of the Humanities department teachers, Art department and Humanities coordinators. This year the Humanities and Art department worked collaboratively and used an Integrated approach to facilitate student learning for Year 7, 8, Hifz and Kitab students’ where they had the opportunity to utilize some of their ART periods with the support of their Art teachers to work on their artefacts for the History exhibition. Hence students had class time to create some high quality artefacts to enhance their understanding of the humanities curriculum of study according to their year level. The displays included topics areas relating to Ancient Egypt, Ancient China, Japan Under Shoguns, The Ottoman Empire, The Mongols, Making a Nation, World War 1, World War 2 and Rights and Freedom. We would like to congratulate and thank all students for their hard work and efforts. The Grade 5 and 6 Primary classes also had the opportunity to attend the exhibition and see how ‘History came to life’.
We would like to thank all the parents who attended the two sessions that were open to male and female parents. Their presence was a great opportunity for them to share the amazing work created by their children and their contribution was valuable to the exhibition. It was certainly an amazing exhibition and we look forward to 2018’s History exhibition.
Two students from each class were chosen as winners from Years 7-10. Congratulations to all the winners and to ALL students who participated in the success of the exhibition.