Abeer is year 12 students who is more focusing into the about the various struggles that people with disabilities have the misfortune of dealing with.
Amelia Mary Gonsalvez
Amelia is the youngest speaker and she is the age of 10 Everyone has fears. It is human nature to be concerned about the consequences for our actions. The talk is more into the insight on fear
How innovation is changing the world. The world is constantly changing and developing. There are more and more people giving their blood, sweat and tears into making the world a better place. Aprameya, focuses on exactly how innovation is the essence of a changing world.
Life is always filled with challenges constantly. And people are always hell bent on worrying about the future and make decisions thinking about how its going to affect them later. Cleo, A year 13, who is going to speak about how you must live life for each beautiful moment.
She is working as a Specialist Obstetrician and Gynecologist at WeCare medical center Karama, Dubai. Dr Shilpa has 14 years of post MD experience and has worked in various prestigious health care institutes in both UAE and India. She is always dedicated to maintaining the highest health care standards. She has a strong commitment and devotion to her patients throughout her career. The passion that drives her is educating women and teenagers in health care awareness.
I think everyone has been bound by the effects of false new year resolutions. Johnathan Kurian is going to focus on what he thinks about the power of resolutions.
All the great leaders and sportspersons have one thing in common. An unwavering quality of self-discipline which allowed them to be successful in their specific fields. Joshua Kurian, of Year 9, is going to talk to you about how you can attain this great quality and develop it constantly.
Lenora who is a year 10 student of The Cambridge High School, who enjoys painting and when she isn’t busy being a couch potato binge watching tv shows, she enjoys outdoor runs. Her speech which is titled “The Key” should peak your interest
Mariam Saleel, a year 10 student, is going to elaborate on why the world or even in a smaller context, the society, must work together as one to try and deal with their daily struggles.he world is always fighting against each other to best at whatever they can.
Mireya is year 10 student of the Cambridge High school People have lots of battles they must fight through every day. How you can get through hard times and that the scars you incur are worth it in the long run.
Mohammed Nabeel, a karate black belt, with a real aptitude for anything science related. He is going to be talking about how far the limits of science can be pushed. Hopefully he can push hard enough to survive the sciences. Sorry I’m a commerce kid so this might be SLIGHTLY BIASED
We have Rania Brahim who is going to speak to you about the journey poetry has taken her on. She is used to patiently observing and writing down her poems but tonight she is going to perform for you, so please enjoy.
Vice Principal at Cambridge High School Abu- Dhabi
Tim graduated from the University of Virginia with a double major in economics and English, before completing a master’s degree in economics at the University of Amsterdam. At UVA, Tim worked as a projectionist at Newcomb hall Theater. During his graduate studies, he focused mostly on behavioral and development economics. Before joining HALE as an educational consulant, Mr Laas-Nesbitt spent three years as an admissions consultant in Singapore helping students find the right educational path
Urja of year 9 is a very talented and a good public speaker .She is focussing on one of the biggest issues that teenagers are facing is bullying and how dangerous bullying is, how it affects kids all around the world and why it should be urgently stopped.