In conjunction with World Humanitarian Day that falls on 19th August, students were asked to carry out an act of humanity to a stranger. This project was made voluntary for compassion cannot be forced, instead, it is nurtured.
While i was going through one of my social media accounts looking for some new ideas to write about, I found a very interesting topic which is called ‘The Butterfly Effect’.
Tough roads lead to beautiful places. This is the quote I keep in mind whenever I face any challenge. Every distance must have an ending. And so every challenge has a solution.
Abedeen welcomed another Year 7 student this week. They are from a neighbouring country. His father is here completing his PhD at a local university. The uniqueness of this family is that his parents took him to visit several international schools around their vicinity. And at the end of the visits, they gave full power to their son to choose the school he liked most. He chose Abedeen Academy.
Abedeen Academy has taught me so much in the past 5 months. So far, it’s been a rollercoaster. After joining the school, I felt so much gratitude because of the friends I made and the superb teachers I see everyday. Before these past 5 months, I dreaded school. I didn’t have any motivation to continue my academics because of the environment I was in.