As many as 37 winners of the 5th edition of the ‘Al Mtwassf’ competition were honoured in a ceremony at Abu Hanifa Elementary School, Dubai.
African Clean Up Initiative (ACI) a non-governmental organisation that aims to raise environmentally responsible citizens, launched a project in December 2018 called RecyclesPay Education Project.
Young champions including schoolchildren around the UAE proved their commitment towards Mother Earth and engaged in a number of initiatives as part of the Emirates Environmental Group long-term plan and also won prizes to participate in the 22nd edition of the award.
A team from Pristine Private School in Dubai has won the Cambridge Upper Secondary Science Competition for the Middle East and North Africa region, announced the Cambridge International.
Several roads were flooded and services disrupted as a result of heavy rain across the UAE.
As an annual event, Al Amal School for the Deaf that is an affiliate of Sharjah City for Humanitarian Services (SCHS) is organising 44 Week of the Deaf that started on April 21. The activities will end on April 27.
Students of Habitat Schools, UAE, handed over 6000 saplings of two varieties, Moringa Olifera (drumstick) and Sesbania Grandiflora (agathi) to Ajman Municipality under its “Seed-To-Plant” initiative on Thursday.
The Victoria International School of Sharjah (VISS) and Monash University, one of Australia’s leading universities, have extended their strategic partnership for a study on the value of using digital technology in the classroom and addressing the gender gap in the IT sector.
The spring holiday season for the youngsters just got over and the children are back in school. How do you think some capital children coped their off school season?
As children and adolescents are becoming overly involved with video games, there is a need to educate them about safety in video gaming to protect themselves from the dangers of electronic crimes and guide them to adopt game design as a professional career.