KPIS grade 11 and 12 Honors are eager to present The Crucible, an allegorical theatre play that deliberately sends a message of change - a message of hope - to our society. Set back in the 17th century, Arthur Miller's work has a universal lesson that applies to us today; it speaks of fear, ignorance and suspicion as the trigger of human cruelty and social isolation or persecution.
The KPIS Kindergarten went on a field trip to Children’s Discovery Museum, Chatuchak on April 10, 2018. This field trip provided the opportunity for the students to explore new experiences, to share social experience and to increase interest and engagement in a setting outside our school environment. The Children’s Discovery Museum popular attractions for the students were excavating dinosaur bones and partaking in other dinosaur-related activities, running around in the outdoor water play park, engaging in role-playing with costumes, building with thousands of Lego pieces, and trying lots of hands-on science experiments. The students enjoyed the day and had several moments of learning. Ritika Mirchandani