GEMS Al Barsha National School students got to hear first-hand from one of the most active proponents for environmental protection, HH Sheikh Dr. Abdulaziz bin Ali bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, on why it is essential to begin believing early concerning about sustainability issues.
Famously known as the 'Green Sheikh', his visit and visitor lecture on ‘Environment, Youth and Community Responsibility’, kicked off a collection of Environmental Understanding Days that the school is organizing over the following couple of days.
HH Sheikh Dr. Abdulaziz bin Ali bin Rashid Al Nuaimi additionally joined a group of students to plant seedlings and tomato seeds. Over 500 students from the school will be planting these seeds.
HH Sheikh Dr. Abdulaziz bin Ali bin Rashid Al Nuaimi after that resolved over 200 students, teachers and parents, who went to the exciting talk where the Green Sheikh challenged his audience to be a reliable leader, role model and a coach.
Speaking on the occasion, Principal and Chief Executive Officer of GEMS Al Barsha National School, Lesley Isherwood, said: "Our students, staff and parents were thrilled to learn through HH Sheikh Dr. Abdulaziz bin Ali bin Rashid Al Nuaimi as he is a real specialist of the perfects he teaches. Our team believe that our leading obligation is shielding and conserving the setting. The Green Sheikh is a best advisor and role model, as he influences people to lead a better and more successful life."
The see was the first in a ‘Speaker Series’ program from inspirational leaders, to occur throughout GEMS Schools in the UAE in the coming months.
The GEMS Education ‘Speaker Series’ will have an amazing mix of programmes connected to subjects covering environment, sporting activities, health, arts and culture.
The GEMS Al Barsha National School supplies a world class education founded on the National Educational Program for England, with a specific focus positioned on establishing literacy and numeracy abilities in both Arabic and English via equal bilingual language direction starting in the Foundation years.