SPEA forms 'Nurseries Directors' council

March 13, 2024 / 8:47 PM
Sharjah 24: The Sharjah Private Education Authority (SPEA) has announced the establishment of the "Nurseries Directors" council in Sharjah, aiming to strengthen collaboration between the authority and private educational institutions.
This decision was made during a meeting led by Muhadditha Al Hashimi, Chairperson of the Sharjah Private Education Authority, with the participation of Ali Al Hosani, Director of the Sharjah Private Education Authority, and prinicipals from various government and private nurseries. 

The meeting covered the selection process for council members, discussed upcoming nursery inspections, and facilitated the exchange of successful practices among attendees.

Dr. Al Hashimi expressed gratitude to nursery principals for their dedication and wished the council success in enhancing educational standards. She emphasised the council's pivotal role in fostering cooperation between government and private nurseries to create an enriching learning environment for children, pledging the Authority's support for the council's vision of delivering high-quality education.

Al Hosani highlighted the council's importance in developing plans to improve education quality and confirmed its focus on enhancing nursery performance in Sharjah. He underscored the council's role as a vital link in the educational process, comprising experienced directors who contribute to strategic planning, interpretation of policies, and proposing solutions to address educational needs.

The council's board includes distinguished individuals such as Afnan Mohammed Yaqoub, Aisha Hussain Al Loghani, Aisha Khalifa Al Suwaidi, Amira Ahmed Saad Ahmed, Helana Adel Abdel Said, Maytha Hamad Al Kaabi, Manal Shahwan, Mervat Ahmed Suleiman, Nada Omar, Ola Ziyad, Roxana Tomkinson, Shaima Yahya Al Hanawi, Zainab Abdul Nazeer, Shakfath Ihtham Hussein Haji, and Ahmed Shaikh.
March 13, 2024 / 8:47 PM

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