Sheikh Sultan toured the school’s building, which includes a section for kindergarten, a section for classrooms for the grades (2 to 6), administration facilities, a stage, other classrooms and various facilities for activities, sports and entertainment, among others.
Sharjah Ruler mentioned that a specialised department concerned with agriculture, livestock, and fisheries would be established to take care of the three areas that provide food sufficiency and support the environment's preservation.
Dr Sheikh Sultan stressed the need to cooperate with institutions concerned with cultural affairs, support writers and intellectuals, and revive cultural activities to enhance and preserve the Arabic language and heritage.
Dr Sheikh Sultan approved a number of new projects that the ALA will work to implement in coordination with partners from institutions concerned with the Arabic language from different countries of the world.
Dr Sheikh Sultan stressed that the current and future projects in the Emirate of Sharjah in general, and in the Central Region in particular, have many positive returns and benefits for the region and its people.
During his tour, the Ruler of Sharjah, was briefed on the highlights of the three various art exhibitions, and the experiences that the participating artists worked on during different periods of time.
Sheikh Sultan was briefed on the most prominent stages of the building implementation, ensuring the privacy level for the family and the children, and the means of entertainment designated for them.
Sheikh Sultan welcomed the members of the Board of Trustees who were chosen based on their great experience in the field of education, management and development of educational institutions and academies.
The mosque can accommodate 425 worshippers, including 390 for men, and an attached prayer room for women that can accommodate (35) women. The building is inspired by a modern architectural style, and it consists of a dome of a circular shape, and its minaret rises to more than 22 metres.
In his speech on this occasion, Dr Sheikh Sultan, affirmed that the Al Dhaid city has authentic historical evidence represented in many archaeological sites that reflect the city’s heritage, as well as the characteristics of the people of the region.