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Day of honour for young award-winners.

Byline: MANDEEP SINGH

Tiny tots of Reception Two at the Ali bin Ebrahim Abdul Aal School, Adhari, graduated to Grade One at a ceremony yesterday.

Students of Nursery, Reception One and grades one, two and three were also honoured at the ceremony at the New Indian School, Isa Town.

Education Ministry education, licensing and follow-up superintendent Fahima Al Awadhi was chief guest while ministry co-ordination and follow-up specialist Yousuf Mohammed Al Ka'abi was guest of honour guest of honour
Noun

a famous or important person who is the most important guest at a dinner or other social occasion
.

School headmistress head·mis·tress  
n.
A woman who is the principal of a school, usually a private school.

Noun 1. headmistress - a woman headmaster
 Sushmita Rao, presenting the annual report, said the focus of administration is sustenance Sustenance
Amalthaea

goat who provided milk for baby Zeus. [Gk. Myth.: Leach, 41]

ambrosia

food of the gods; bestowed immortal youthfulness. [Gk. Myth.
 of excellence in academics and excellence in co-curricular activities.

"This focus is the drawing force pursuant to the fulfilment of the goals and objectives of school founder and chairman Ali bin Ebrahim Abdul Aal."

She said they believed in their motto, 'transforming lives for a better future by providing a teaching and learning environment for students to attain excellence in academic and overall personality enrichment.'

"This is administered through adequate and qualitative staffing, sound school management practices and the provision of infrastructure facilities and right resources in the school."

She said it is their dream to position themselves in the mind and heart of Bahrain's education community as a highly competitive and challenging group and that would only be possible by the blessings and support of their generous and dedicated community of parents, faculty, friends and students of the school.

She congratulated the graduating students and their parents and said it was an emotional moment for them.

"We shall try and ensure the students continue to perform the way they have been doing so far."

Some of the other guests included principals of several other schools in Bahrain The following are schools in Bahrain:
  • Bahrain School, Juffair
  • Ibn Khuldoon National School, Isa Town
  • Bayan School, Isa Town
  • Al Iman School, Isa Town
 as also school managing director Dr T T Thomas and chief executive officer Jaan Thomas.

Ali Bin Ebrahim Abdul Aal Construction managing director Saeed Al Hawaj and Grant Thorton Abdul Aal Gulf Audit managing partner Jassim Mohammed, were also present.

The following students received their awards and graduation certificates:

Academic awards:

Nursery: Ahmed Sadiq Ahmed Sadiq (born July 7, 1984) is a boxer from Nigeria, who participated in the 2004 Summer Olympics for his native West African country. There he was outscored in the first round of the Lightweight (60 kg) division by Cuba's eventual winner Mario César Kindelán Mesa. , Nouriya Abdul Jabbar Abdul Jabbar (Bengali: আব্দুল জব্বার) (1919- February 21,1952) is a martyr of the Bengali Language Movement that took place in the erstwhile East Pakistan (currently  Saleh, Sania Sameer.

Reception 1: Mitasha Rashini, Latifa Omar, Hanin Mohammed Ali Jassim, Zahra Fadel.

Reception 2: Ali Bader, Reem Ali, Paul Vincent.

Grade 1: Prarthana Sengudata, Ammar Mohammed, Alenjandro Miguel.

Grade 2: Ssalma Shawqy, Leen Mazen, Noof Hamad.

Grade 3: Bashaer Shawqi, Omar Fahad, Sara shawqi.

Graduating students:

Ahmed Abdul Aziz Abdul Aziz is the name of:
  • Abdülâziz (1830–1876), Sultan of the Ottoman Empire
  • Abdelaziz of Morocco (1878–1943), Sultan of Morocco
  • Abdul Aziz bin Muhammad bin Saud (fl.
, Ahmed Mohammed Hassan, Ahmed Mohammed Abdul Samad Abdul Samad is a citizen of Afghanistan held in extrajudicial detention in the United States Guantanamo Bay detainment camps, in Cuba.[1] His Guantanamo detainee ID number is 911. , Ali Bader Ali Meshref, Ayah a·yah  
n.
A native maid or nursemaid in India.



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 Basem, Ebrahim Sayed Ahmed, Hassan Ali Abdalrasool, Hussain Hassan Yossif, Jassim Mohammed Ali, Maram Jassim Ali, Mariam Majeed Masoor, Mohammed Shawqi Abdulrasoolm, Noor Abdulmajeed Abdulhussain, Paul Vincent Casinan, Rawan Salah, Rashid Ebrahim Ali, Reem Ali Hasan, Shahad Ebrahim, Yousif Khalid Ahmed.

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