Once again, the highlight of the first day of the school reopening remained traffic jams in Sharjah and Dubai. Residents of Sharjah experienced unprecedented traffic chaos. Children studying in Dubai schools and their parents were hit the most. However, the police officials were making all efforts to remove any hurdle that could lead to students' delay in reaching schools.
President Donald Trump is on summer vacation. Just don’t call it that. “It’s never a vacation,” he said before leaving the White House last Friday for the 10-day non-vacation at his luxury golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey.
For most parents, summer’s lengthy days and slower pace, lends itself well for children to be lost in the pleasure of imaginative books. In reality the kids tend to try and avoid summer reading, considering it to be ‘homework.’
In line with the government directives to curb the spread of COVID-19, the Ministry of Education has recently adopted regulations and requirements for travel outside the country for its cadres from citizens and residents during the summer vacation.
Parents in the UAE have got online platforms to keep their children creatively engaged during the two-month long summer vacation. Madrasa e-learning platform has teamed up with children’s book publishers in the UAE and the region to develop engaging animated lessons to teach children Arabic. On the other hand, the UAE Ministry of Education and Cambridge University Press have formed a collaboration to boost children’s confidence and happiness while they stay at home.
The agile prince wrote on social media, “Diving with bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus) in the #Mediterranean #freediving 🐟…”
With the price starting from only Dhs179, UAE residents and tourists can have a five-star hotel room with a private balcony overlooking stunning views of the Creek, and four tickets to enter either the Laguna Waterpark or The Green Planet.
Running from Aug.2-19, Future Heroes Summer Camp provides a unique opportunity for the imagination, curiosity, and creativity of the nation’s youth to run wild across three enthralling weeks.
The teaching, administrative and technical staff of public and private schools following the ministerial curriculum in all emirates will start the new academic year on Monday (Aug. 22), 2022, while schools will receive students in all stages of education next Monday (Aug.29).