Children enrolling in FS1 or Pre-KG in schools starting in September must be three years old on or before August 31 of that year. Children enrolling in Pre-KG in schools starting in April must be three years old on or before March 31 of that year.
The UAE Ministry of Education (MoE) stressed that the number of weekly study hours will remain unchanged: 26 hours for kindergartens, 35 hours for first ring and 40 hours for second and third rings, with different schedules on Friday.
The SEC discussed a report on the needs of residential areas in Sharjah for educational facilities, in order to keep pace with the large population growth and the distribution of families in many new areas such as Al Rahmaniyah and Al Suyoh suburbs.
Additionally, the number of transported students from universities, colleges and other educational institutions stands at more than 16,000, with more than 800 buses and 800 drivers allocated to provide them with services.
Some 400 school bus drivers and supervisors attended the workshops, which included informative lectures on traffic safety in Arabic, English and Urdu and videos showcasing incorrect conduct and how to avoid them.
Maryland should require rigorous standardised tests of students starting at the ages of 4 or 5. No kidding. This proposal is sure to shock and enrage many parents and educators. “Too much testing” is already a common criticism of public schools.
No student would be awarded grades without attempting examinations this year, the education minister stressed, adding: "If we do not conduct the exams, then students will not even employ minimum efforts to study."
The Emirates Foundation for School Education (Taaleem) recently announced that the end of year exams for the 2020-2021 academic year will take place from June 8 to June 17, 2021 for 4th to 12th grade students...
Focusing on the importance of reading, learning, and researching skills for students, the programme is being held virtually via Microsoft Teams, allowing children across the emirate to participate in all activities and events.
National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) chief and Federal Minister Asad Umar announced that educational institutions in five districts of Punjab and one distinct in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will reopen from Sept.16.