Oman education: Al Injaz School’s student body sworn in

Oman Wednesday 21/September/2016 21:49 PM
By: Times News Service
Oman education: Al Injaz School’s student body sworn in

Muscat: Al Injaz Private School conducted the investiture ceremony for members of the Student Council 2016-2017 and also held an award ceremony on September 21.
The chief guest Mohammed bin Abdullah bin Mohammed Al Far’i bestowed the Student Council members, the house captains and vice captains with their sashes and badges.
He also appreciated the efforts of the school to instil in the students’ minds the importance of responsibilities and duties at this young age through the electoral process. Al Far’i also awarded the toppers and 100 per cent attendance achievers.
Director Amita Sharma also congratulated the council members and award winners.
Personality development
To encourage students to excel in academic and co-curricular activities for overall personality development, the school has proposed an Student Overall Excellence Scholarship scheme, for students of Grade 8 to 11, starting from this academic year.
The Al Injaz Private School has classes from Kindergarten to Grade 12 and follows the Cambridge curriculum, as well as the Bilingual curriculum.
The school has scaled heights to earn a conscientious reputation in the field of education. It also has a section for Special Needs for students with different learning abilities.