10,000 new additions to Bahrain schools
Manama, August 27, 2012
More than 10,000 new students will be admitted to Bahrain’s public schools as they start the new academic year, a memo submitted by Education Minister Dr Majid Al Nuaimi has revealed.
The Premier yesterday congratulated the public schools as they prepare to welcome back more than 129,000 students.
HRH Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa praised students and administrative and academic staff on the new school year, wishing them success.
Newly-constructed Hidd Girls' Intermediate School and Hamad Town Girls' Secondary School will open their doors, bringing the overall number of public educational establishments to 206.
The minister has also provided 2.1 million books to accommodate students' needs.
HRH the Premier, who was chairing the weekly Cabinet session, stressed the importance of the strategy aimed at providing a school seat for each student and ensuring transport for students with special needs. – TradeArabia News Service
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