Queen Rania Encourages Teachers, Students To Enhance Educational Process

  February 25, 2009 at 5:28 am by

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February 24, 2009 – Her Majesty Queen Rania encouraged teachers and students of Khadija Bint Khuwailed School for Girls to enhance the educational process and ensure the success of the Madrasati initiative during her visit to the school on Tuesday.

During the visit, the Queen attended a seminar that focused on healthy nutrition and checked on the progress of the Royal Health Awareness Society’s (RHAS) National Healthy Schools Programme which is being implemented as part of the Madrasati (my school) initiative in several public schools. Another seminar the Queen attended was on first aid held by the Civil Defence Department.

While touring the school, Queen Rania met with members of the committee which included representatives of the local community and also checked on the school gym and watched students participating in sports activities. She inquired about their involvement in these activities and also checked whether the school has sufficient sports equipment and facilities.

Madrasati was launch in April 2008 and it seeks to make education a social responsibility, has managed to attract several public and private sector partners including the Jordan Education Initiative, the Royal Health Awareness Society, the Children’s Museum, UNICEF, INJAZ and Ruwwad.

View the Madrasti thread here.

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