School 2006

Submitted by Shams Uddin on Tue, 2007-09-25 21:21.
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IBCSK's Ecological Class Before Waste Disposal

The environmental-friendly students of Ibn Batuta Community School are getting practical outdoor class on the importance of natural environment and its protection. The students are sensitized regarding the hazardous impacts of non-biodegradable and hazardous wastes such as polythene bags, plastic and tin cans. Afterward they enthusiastically participated in practical waste disposal campaign.


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Submitted by Wendy Finet on Mon, 2006-10-16 18:38.

Hello dear friends!

Here I am again crying out for your sympathy and help...

What happened since last summer? Things stagnated a little, with the same problems as ever: teachers are leaving us after a year or more of service, to get a job in some government department which offers more facilities (pension,higher salaries,...). This results in the fact that I have to look for new candidates who come without particular knowledge about teaching, even sometimes without ability to speak English!
But we have no choice and start to train them.
I must say that some of our female teachers, who tend to remain with us, became quite good and skilled. It makes me happy to see that our efforts are shown finally. We also have the presence of young guy's who can't afford the cost of further studies, and as such develop in our school. I am really happy to see their creativity and commitment growing day by day. They even manage to surprise me with new ideas for improvement.

But the lack of funds makes itself feel in every aspect. We have to fight ignorance against all odds. I really do believe that educating young children will solve the fundamental problems the world is facing at present. Fundamentalism and extremism... These are nowadays the key words in every world crises. Just turn on the radio and they only have about it.
And it is of course easy to put a religion behind it. But it is wrong...
The sole problem lies behind ignorance. That 's why I can't leave it. I m there again and most than ever I feel the need to fight for it. I want a better world, and I am not the only one! THERE ARE SEVERAL PEOPLE AROUND ME WHO SHARE MY VIEWS and try their best to help me on the way.
For the moment, beside my trusted friends, we have the presence of an Italian engineer who kindly offered his services to the cause for 6 months already, and is still interested to do more. Thank you Alessandro!
Last year I had some troubles with the running of our hostel. I learned that it is not easy to find the right persons at the right places! I pass the details but we changed the warden two times (to become it myself at the end of October!), and I believe we had already 5 different cooks since we started. But we learn and we are on the right path to make it a model hostel!


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Submitted by Wendy Finet on Sun, 2006-10-15 13:40.

Hello dear friends!

Here I am again crying out for your sympathy and help...

What happened since last summer? Things stagnated a little, with the same problems as ever: teachers are leaving us after a year or more of service, to get a job in some government department which offers more facilities (pension,higher salaries,...). This results in the fact that I have to look for new candidates who come without particular knowledge about teaching, even sometimes without ability to speak English!
But we have no choice and start to train them.


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Submitted by Shams Uddin on Sat, 2006-04-01 03:00.
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The Environmental-friendly Batutas

Batutas in Qaqlasht plateau participate in the post-festival waste management campaign in the year 2006. The education system in the school attaches paramount importance to the protection of natural ecology and environment, with a credit to being the first academic institution to introduce ecology class in the area.


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