Amidst wide participation of schools, parents of students, and the program's sponsors and participants, Qatar Charity has concluded the fifth version of "the National Program to Reinforce a Code of Values" this morning.
On this occasion, Qatar Charity (Leading Charity Organization) organized a big ceremony in the Cultural Village Foundation, Katara. Many sections were presented by the students during the ceremony demonstrating their extraordinary and creative capacities. The ceremony started with a recitation from the Holy Quran. This was followed by the national anthem, introductory film, a chant and a theatre performance. In addition, the sponsors of the program delivered speeches.
An Indescribable Feeling
"Qatar Charity is indeed proud of the successful organization of the fifth version of "the National Program to Reinforce a Code of Values" that had a considerable interaction from the Ministry of Education and Higher Education and Qatari schools in various regions," said Dr. Ali Ateeq Al-abdullah, QC's Executive Director of Local Development.
He added, "QC aims at activating value-based education in the community” through the program, which will mainly target schools through “integrated and engaging educational and cultural content and by using creative and motivating methods for students” to enable them to constructively interact with their teachers and peers and to foster the value of respect of teachers, which is the main objective of the fifth version. 81 schools from various Qatari regions participated in the program and the number of participants amounted to 140 participants.
In this regard, Al-Abdullah affirmed the obligation of all parties to play a role in rehabilitating and raising the awareness of young people to help them shoulder the responsibilities and burdens of life. He extended his deepest thanks to the program's sponsors including the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, Regulatory Authority for Charitable Activities (RACA), Qur’an Kareem Radio and Tarbeya Centre for Future Leaders as well as teachers, supervisors and parents for the great efforts made to achieve the program's desired goal.
A Brilliant Program
Mr. Tawfiq Osama, the supervisor of "How's Your Morning Going " radio program, stated that Qur’an Kareem Radio is proud to have been a partner of Qatar Charity in this program, especially this version that focused on the value of respect for the teacher. He mentioned that Qur’an Kareem Radio broadcasted radio programs about the reinforcement of code of values, especially "How's Your Morning Going” radio programme that invited schools to participate in the program before, during the launch and before the closing ceremony.
Simulating Real -World Schools
In his turn, the Executive Director of Tarbeya Centre for Future Leaders, Mr. Shawkat Taha, thanked Qatar Charity for successfully organizing the fifth version of the program. He stated that the program contributed to promoting the prestige of the teacher and his respect as well as the successful attainment of the “listening-to-teachers” value in classes, which is a major pillar in the educational process. "The fifth version truly simulated the real-world schools' experience and “positively and substantially” contributed to changing the behavior of students and improving the educational outputs. We are looking forward to witness to the success of the sixth vision of the program next year," said Mr. Taha.
The winning schools in the various contests were announced. Three schools won the theatre award, respectively: Saud bin Abdul-Rahman Model School for Boys, which won the first place award, followed by Al Shahanyea Model Boys School, and the West Gulf Model School for Boys.
The drawing awards went to Al-Zaa'een Independent Primary School for Girls, Moza Bint Mohammed Girls Elementary School and Nusseibah Bint Ka'b Primary School for Girls.
In the field of drawing, Al Shahanyea Model Boys School won the first place award, followed by Al Ikhlas Independant Model School for Boys and Al Shorouq Model Independent School for Boys. Regarding schools for girls, Al-Khansa Model Independent School for Girls won the first place award followed by Maimoona Primary Independent School for Girls and Al Shifa bint Abdul Rahman Independent School for Girls.
Short story awards went to Aljazeera Academy for Boys, followed by Abdul Rahman bin Jassim Preparatory School for Boys and Al Andalus Preparatory School for Boys. The Modern English School for girls won the first place award, followed by Al Wajba Preparatory Independent School for Girls and Al Maha Academy.
In the field of YouTube movies, Ibn Khaldoun Preparatory School for Boys won the first place award, followed by Al Andalus School. However, the jury decided not to make an Award for the third place. In addition, Al-Zaa'een Preparatory School for Girls won the first place award, followed by Moza Bint Mohammed Preparatory School for Girls and Amna Bint Wahab Preparatory School for Girls.
The winning schools were: respectively, Aljazeera Academy for Boys and Al Maha Academy. However, the jury decided not to make an Award for the third place. Regarding schools for girls, Al-Shamal Independent Secondary School for Girls won the first place award, followed by Al Maha Academy and Al-Shaimaa Secondary School for Girls.
In the field of modern technology, Musab bin Omair Independent Secondary School for Boys won the first place award, followed by Aljazeera Academy and Al Wakra Independent Secondary School for Boys. Competing with male students for Instagram videos award, Al-Karana Secondary School for Girls won the first place award, followed by Arwa Bint Abdul Muttalib Secondary School for Girls and Alshamal Secondary School for Girls.
Five schools competed for the "Behavior Modification" awards. Al Thakhia Primary School for Girls won the first place award, followed by Al Maha Academy, Amna Bint Wahab Preparatory School for Girls, Arabian Gulf Model School for Boys and Al Shaimaa Secondary School for Girls.
The Value-Reinforcement School
The value-reinforcement school awards went to Ibn Khaldoun Preparatory School for Boys, Al-Khansaa Primary School for Girls, Abu Hanifa Model School for Boys, Ruqaya Preparatory School for Girls, Al-Maha Academy for Girls, and Imam Shafi'i Preparatory School for Boys.
Al-Maha Academy won the first place award for the value-based initiative, followed by Arwa Secondary School for Girls, Aljazeera Academy and Al-Kon International Academy.
Value Reinforcement Student Councils
Ibn Khaldoun Preparatory School for Boys won the first place award for Value Reinforcement Student Councils, followed by the Imam Shafi'i Preparatory School for Boys.