Three Bahraini Students Shine in Arabic Language Competition

Three Bahraini female students won medals in the highly competitive Arabic Language Competition for the Gulf states during its fifth session.

The event’s closing ceremony took place at the Educational Center for the Arabic Language for the Gulf States in the University City of Sharjah.

Batoul Al-Sayyid Alawi from Jidhafs Secondary School for Girls clinched a gold medal, while Fatima Jassim Muhammad Jassim and Zainab Al-Hawraa Al Saeed, both from Sitra Secondary School for Girls, earned two silver medals each.

In recognition of their outstanding achievements, Bahrain Education Minister HE Dr. Mohammed bin Mubarak Juma extended his heartfelt congratulations.

He also conveyed his felicitations to the collaborative efforts of their schools, teachers, and parents in nurturing their talents and reaching such commendable levels in the Gulfwide competition.

Emphasising the Ministry’s unwavering commitment to the Arabic language, Dr. Juma affirmed ongoing efforts to enhance Arabic language curricula and skills across all schools in Bahrain.

The Minister underscored that the students’ remarkable achievements serve as a testament to the effectiveness of teaching methodologies and the excellence of the educational system in the Kingdom.


News of Bahrain

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