Pakistan International School Qatar (PISQ) celebrated the Qatar Environment Day (QED) with an array of events engaging management, staff and students across all five wings: Kindergarten, Primary, Girls Wing, Boys Wing and the Cambridge Branch, under the leadership of environment manager Reema Rashid over three days.On day one, Pakistan ambassador Dr Muhammed Aejaz, his wife and Cambridge Branch principal Syed Asif Ali Shah visited Desert Green Qatar in Al Khor. On day two, students, teachers and staff went on a cleaning drive at Al Shamal Beach. Day three began with Shah inaugurating the composting station, underscoring its pivotal role in promoting sustainable practices within the school community. Conventional Branch principal Dr Neelum Nisar also joined the planting activity along with the students.
Workshops and interactive sessions saw students crafting models and costumes echoing the slogan ‘Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.’ The morning assembly resonated with the harmonious chant of ‘Let Us Save Water.’
Students lent their voices to the Climate Pledge Board, adorning it with messages of hope and determination for a greener tomorrow. A special assembly dedicated to Environmental Day was a showcase of talent, with drawings and paintings by budding artists.
Contests were held in painting, drawing and photography, highlighting environmental
advocacy, along with speeches, placards and role plays amplifying the call for conservation. Students transformed
waste cardboard into bracelets and badges.
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