The Ministry of Education and Higher Education ( MoEHE) is opening five new preparatory and secondary schools for boys and girls beginning with the academic year 2022-2023 at various locations in the country.
Each new school can accommodate 786 students, including 36 seats reserved for special needs and divided into six classes.
The other 750 students are to be divided into 30 classrooms, a ministry statement said.
Last updated: August 07 2022 10:48 PM
Another view of Al Wukair Primary School
The new schools are: Amr Ibn Al-Aas Secondary School for Boys (Al Wakra area), Talha bin Obaid Allah Preparatory School for Boys (Rawdat Al Hamama area, Al Daayen Municipality), Ramla Bint Abi Sufyan Secondary School for Girls (Umm Salal Muhammad area, Umm Salal Municipality), Hind Bint Amr Al-Ansaria Preparatory School for Girls (Bufasilah area, Umm Salal Municipality), and Saeed Bin Zaid Preparatory School for Boys (Al Wukair area, Al Wakra Municipality).The schools are distinguished by their modern buildings with all amenities such as a sports hall, theatre, science laboratories, art workshops, computer labs, outdoor playgrounds and an air-conditioned school assembly yard and dedicated parking.
The ministry has been keen to implement the country's sustainability standards during the construction of the schools.
Environment-friendly materials were used to ensure their classification as green buildings according to national standards, while also implementing security and safety conditions and ensuring easy access for people with special needs.
Coinciding with the opening of the schools, HE the Minister of Education and Higher Education Buthaniya bint Ali al-Nuaimi, issued a ministerial decision appointing principals for the five new schools.
Said Abdel Hadi Saad Luthain (Amr Ibn Al-Aas Secondary School for Boys), Gamal Mohamed Yakoub al-Jaber (Talha bin Obaid Allah Preparatory School for Boys), Maryam Khalaf Naser Hattab al-Kaabi (Ramla Bint Abi Sufyan Secondary School for Girls), Shaikhah Jubran Said al- Mazarkah al-Shahrani (Hind Bint Amr Al-Ansaria Preparatory School for Girls), Hassan Abdallah Mohamed Saleh al-Abdallah (Saeed Bin Zaid Preparatory School for Boys).The ministry statement added that these new five schools are part of the Public Private Partnership schools project and among a total of eight schools in the first package.
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