Muscat: Al Injaz Private School presented a spectacular programme to celebrate the 42nd National Day of the Sultanate of Oman and officially inaugurated its new custom built premises at Al Ansab on November 11, 2012.
The function was graced by His Highness Sayyid Harib bin Thuwaini Al Said, assistant secretary general of the Council of Ministries for Conferences, Sultanate of Oman. This wonderful programme was attended by several respected dignitaries, members of various ministries, supportive parents, and a number of well-wishers of the school.
On the magnificent fort backdrop, the dynamic students of the school displayed their multi-faceted talents ranging from dances, poems, speeches, Omani regional costumes fashion show, gymnastics and karate demonstration, which elaborately showcased the various opportunities provided to the students for overall development.
The English and Arabic verses recited gloriously in praise of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, demonstrated not only the spirit of patriotism that the school has kindled amongst its students but also the equal importance given to both English and Arabic languages. The traditional dances performed by the little angels of the school earned continuous rounds of applause and underlined the Al Injaz spirit of Unity in Diversity.
The Arabic dance, saluting His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, by the special needs students left the audience spellbound. The zeal and enthusiasm of these special needs students touched the hearts of everyone present there. The school has been paving the path for these children by imparting life-skills training to lead a respectful life.
The well-equipped laboratories, library, art room, music room, gymnasium and classrooms were open to all during the evening hours. The school has been striving to impart quality, overall student development based education with the aim to groom them into a responsible citizen and a good human being keeping in mind the school motto: Excellence in Education.
"I am committed to the noble cause of education and assure you that when a student passes out of Al Injaz, he/she will be able to easily adjust and face the difficulties of higher education with confidence," asserted Amita Sharma, director, Al Injaz Private School on the occasion.