The Sharjah Education Council organized a virtual ceremony yesterday evening to honor the 71 winners of the Sharjah Educational Excellence Award, in its twenty-sixth edition, under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah.
The ceremony was attended by Dr. Saeed Musabbah Al Kaabi, Chairman of the Sharjah Education Council, Muhammad Al Mulla, Secretary General of the Council, Aisha Abdullah bin Ali, Acting Director of the Sharjah Award for Educational Excellence, Khawla Al Hosani, Chairman of the Arbitration Committees, and 554 honorees and workers in the educational field, during which the General Command of Dubai Police – Protection Schools was honored. For education and education for individuals and institutions supporting education.
Dr. Saeed Musabbah Al Kaabi said that this year’s celebration comes in exceptional circumstances that the world is going through due to the Corona pandemic, indicating that they are keen to hold the award ceremony virtually, bypassing the challenges and restrictions imposed by the crisis and continuing to broadcast the message and objectives of the award.
For his part, Major General Dr. Muhammad Ahmed bin Fahd, Assistant Commander-in-Chief of Academic and Training Affairs, General Supervisor of Hemaya Schools for Education in Dubai Police, expressed his happiness at the victory of “Hemaya Schools” of the Sharjah Award for Educational Excellence, appreciating the role of His Excellency Lieutenant General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, and his support For schools and harnessing all material and human capabilities to achieve the highest levels of excellence and leadership.
For his part, Mohammed Ahmed Al-Mulla, Secretary-General of the Sharjah Education Council, said that the virtual honoring ceremony is not only for the award winners, but is a celebration and honor for all distinguished students in the educational field whose excellence is a source of pride and appreciation, and he congratulated the winners on behalf of the Board of Trustees of the award, wishing them more glory and generosity.
The individuals and institutions supporting education award went to the Dubai Police General Headquarters – Assistant Commander-in-Chief for Academic Affairs and Training Hemaya Office for Education – Hemaya Schools, while the Sharjah Private Education Authority was chosen as the best educational institution in terms of the number of participations that reached 88, including 16 participants and the Ministry of Education. – The school operations sector, and the number of its participation reached 51, of which 11 were won.
The list of honorees included 42 male and female students, including three from the special categories and three winners in the applied educational research category. As for the distinguished project category, it was won by two projects from Sharjah and Dubai, two schools, three families, and two nurseries, one from Sharjah and the second from Abu Dhabi.
The award honored the Secretary of Learning Resources and a teacher for the Special Education category, and 6 of the teaching bodies awarded the Distinguished Teacher Category, namely Naama Al Habsi from Al Dhait Elementary School and Noha Hussein Hassanein – Al Wathba and Sama Zaki School – Al Manar Model School and Ayman Ibrahim Al Naqib – Shakhbout Bin Sultan and Leila Ahmed Al Hammadi School – Asia Bint Muzahim Model School and Khaled Abdul Azim – Al Qarain School for Basic Education, and for the best director category, the award went to Amina Al-Alili and Kaltham Al-Ghuwais Al-Suwaidi and five parent councils.
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