By Tamjid Alkohali
On March 17th, Pakistan School opened an art exhibition attended by the Wife of the Pakistani Ambassador, some supervisors, the principal of Pakistani secondary school, and parents. Students from nursery to Grade Four prepared educational aids, and a sample of their projects.
Shokfa, manager of the school, said that she is happy to watch students explain their works to people and demonstrate their amazing participation. She added that she is keen to organize the exhibition annually.
The Grade Four class prepared a project about history and science, which included craftswork and a great deal of effort by Suad al-Jermozy’s art class. Al-Jermozy said that art is very important for kids, which is why it’s done twice a week, and that every student is smart and talented.
Aya, a student from Grade Three, stood next to her work and happily explained it to all the guests, taking pride in her efforts. She was part of Tahara Hessan’s English and social studies class, which was about the history of transportation, from domestic animals to modern engines.
Hessan emphasized that education is the most important step in a person’s life, because children never forget what they learned through the educational process. According to her, students enjoyed the experience greatly.
The exhibition also included a theater in which students sang and acted for all guests.