The annual CDMIS Pageant show to discover the new “Face of CDMIS” was held on Saturday, June 17, 2017 at the Adelaide Hall in Charles Dale Memorial International school.
It is a competition that showcases the personality, confidence, traits, intelligence, talent, and beauty of the contestants as judged.
Five contestants were involved in the various stages of the competition. They displayed their talents in dancing, public speaking, cat walking, current affairs, etc. They were dressed elegantly in three different attires- casual, traditional and evening wears for the various stages of the event.
The event also featured our male students as models showcasing outfits by indigenous and international designers in traditional, corporate and casuals.
Miss Queen Ibaningo was crowned the Face of CDMIS 2017, whilst Miss Ebikeme Tokoni and Miss Ehoro Emilia emerged as the first and second runner-up respectively.
We had on our guest list Mr. Nigeria [U.K] 2017, The Nigerian Queen 2017, Rivers State top model, Miss UST amongst many others.
We also had in our midst, the School’s management team, our Esteemed Parents, Staff and students of CDMIS.
We are grateful to the Just click model agency who assisted in coaching the students for the event.
The Management, Staff and students of Charles Dale Memorial International school wishes the new Queen, Miss Ibaningo a successful reign.
The 2017 Club Display Day was held on Friday, June 2, 2017. It’s an event that provides our students a platform for discovering and showcasing of new skills and abilities. Ten clubs namely: Home Makers club, Music & Dance club, Integrity club, Arts club, Chess & Scrabble club, French club, Literary club, Drama club, JETS club and ICT club participated and displayed their various projects and skills during the competition. At the end of the enthralling competition, Arts club emerged the winner whilst Home Makers and Drama clubs came second and third positions respectively. The event featured the award-winning Nollywood actor, Dr. Sam Dede as the special Guest speaker. One of our parents, Mrs. Etiaba also gave words of encouragement to our students on talent discovery. The event was well attended by the Management, our Esteemed Parents and other distinguished guests.
The British Council ‘Your World’ Global Competition 2017
In September 2016, the British Council’s Partner Schools Global network launched the second Your World global competition for school students. The theme for this academic year was ‘Hope’.
Students who take UK school examinations such as GCSEs and A levels at schools in our network were invited to work in groups and submit short videos to offer a window into their lives and their communities, for the world to see. This exciting global competition gave students from Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Nepal, Qatar, Jordan, Kuwait, Egypt, Sudan, UAE, Rwanda, Malawi, Uganda, Ghana, Zambia, Cyprus and Colombia an insight into the lives of students from cultures very different to their own.
1,864 students from 206 schools in 18 countries competed nationally, regionally and globally in this competition. We are delighted to announce that the national winner in Nigeria in the 14-17years category is Charles Dale Memorial International School, Port Harcourt, River State. While the 11 -13 years category was won by the West Mills British School, Lagos. We would like to warmly congratulate both schools for their outstanding performance!
Global winners of the 11-14 year-olds age group category are from Sudan. As for the 14-17 year-olds age group category, the lucky winners are from Montessori British School, Colombia. The global winners from Colombia and Sudan will be flying to the UK this summer along with their teacher to attend an accredited British Council school for creative arts.
We would also like to congratulate all students who took part in this competition on the incredible originality and creativity of their work!
If you want to see some of the amazing videos from around the world, please visit https://britishcouncil-yourworld.vids.io
At CDMIS, we are very committed at ensuring all round development of our students and their preparedness to face present and future challenges. Part of our measures to actualize this is our institutionalized efficient career guidance services.
Our Annual Career Day held on Saturday, March 4, 2017. This year’s event, with the theme, “Overcoming Influences on Career Guidance: The Role of Parents and the Need for Guidance”, featured among other things, the administration of Psychological Career Tests to our students; Career Talks by renowned scholars; students’ presentations; and the completion of Career-Based Subject Choice Forms.
In all of these, our very professional guidance counsellors were at their best to the delight of our esteemed parents who attended the event in their large numbers knowing the emphasis the school places on the need to adequately partner with relevant stakeholders to ensure that our students are best equipped to pursue careers based on their interests and aptitude.
The 9th annual Inter-House Sports competition themed “Promoting Academic Excellence through Sports” was held on Saturday, February 4, 2017 at the Sports Ground of the school.
Four houses namely: Emerald, Ruby, Sapphire and Topaz were involved in the various categories of the competitions. We also had nine invited schools that graced the memorable occasion.
The event kicked off with the National and School Anthem led by the school band. The lighting of the torch was done by the sports prefects Master Kenechukwu Udeagbala and Miss Boluwaduro Kareem.
The houses showcased various colourful displays and salutations during the March Past. They were inspected by the Chairman of the Occasion, the Special Guest of Honour, our Managing Director and the Executive Director.
One of the highpoint of the event was the soccer match between Sapphire House and Emerald House. It was kicked off with a shot from the Executive Director, Princess Mrs. Elfrida Omole. The match ended in a penalty shootout worn by Sapphire House with a score of 4-2.
Other activities that took place were 100m races by the students, Staff and Parents; and invitation relay race by the invited schools.
There were other activities carried out prior to the day including Shot Put, Discus, Javelin, Long & Short Jumps, Table Tennis, Chess, Scrabble and 200m, 400m, 800m and 1500m races
After collation of results of all the activities, Emerald House emerged the winner of the competition with Topaz House as the first runner up. Ruby and Sapphire houses came third and fourth respectively.
We had in our midst Mr. Omehefe Ezekiel Okah as the Chairman of the occasion, Elder Chukwumaobi Ndah as the Special Guest of Honour, our esteemed Parents and well-wishers.