We have all been hearing and reading about how our current young generation lack knowledge because they do not read. Abedeen students have reading time. There are times they are taken to the library to do some reading. During these times, they are allowed to ask their teacher for meaning, pronunciation, etc. At other times, the teacher would read them stories. It is part of our effort to create a future generation of leaders who read.
Parents love sending their children all the way to their classroom. This is taken as an opportunity for us to have quick chats with the parents, to hear what they have to say about their children’s progress. Some, leave us in tears.
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’.
Abedeen offers full day classes from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.. Our students spend the entire day on so many beneficial activities. Join us now! Don’t miss out. Education is expensive but ignorance, social ills, gangsterism, bullying and terrorism are unimaginably costly!
A child knows no boundaries. As long as they are given a chance to learn, they will want to learn. As long as there is an opportunity to explore, they will explore. At Abedeen, one of our responsibilities is to allow our students to embrace their desire for knowledge. We do this by encouraging them to do the things they love, as long as it is educational for them.
In the light of this Ayat, Abedeen Academy signed an agreement with Palestinian Culture Organization Malaysia (PCOM).
With this agreement, Abedeen Academy will award a full scholarship for five Palestinian students from different levels of education, and fifty partial sponsorship worth up to 40% for Arabic students who come from war zone countries Palestine, Syria, Yemen, and Iraq.
Albert Einstein’s quote that play is the highest form of research is true in every sense. Many times here at Abedeen, we have witnessed the beauty of students learning through doing, and more importantly, having fun while they are at it.
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.