Monday, October 12, 2009

Children's City's new educational programmes attract students

The Children's City has started attracting students from schools with a new set of educational programmes and workshops that are designed to serve their curriculum in a new recreational and educational way.
Nila Al Mansouri, Acting Head of Children's City said that there are many activities and programmes prepared in the Children's City that develop the talents and creativity of children in a family and entertaining atmosphere.
She added that there would be several events organised, including workshops, as the education team has developed a series of workshops and scientific weeks divided according to different age groups, which could be pre-booked by schools for free.

The Children's City will offer according to demand presentations in Arabic or English that cover activities related to the curriculum of some important topics in science, nature and arts. Visit to the workshops are promised to be interesting and useful for students.
Al Mansouri noted that the Children's City will also organize seminars for teachers where the education team will provide explanations on how to organize an integrated visit to the Children's City, and how to take advantage of educational workshops that are provided for students, along with a tour to the different display sections of the Children's City.

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