(MENAFN - The Peninsula) The Peninsula
Symbolising the message of love, harmony and togetherness, kindergarten students of The Next Generation (TNG) School visited different schools in Doha to celebrate the Universal Children's Day Week. The day was marked to promote rights and welfare of the children.
TNG school organised a week long programme to visit the neighbouring schools to meet and greet their fellow kindergarteners.
TNG Ainkhalid and Wukair campus KG students greeted the Doha British school Ain Khalid and Al Wakra branch, TNG campus in Al Dayeen students joined the Al Nebras International school kindergartners and TNG campus students in Al Nuaija branch were welcomed by the Newton International school and King's College Doha Kindergartners.
The young leaders of TNG prepared greeting cards and a delightful performance for the host schools.
On reaching the premises, TNG kindergarten students were cordially welcomed by the staff of schools visited on the scheduled date.
A lovely performance based on Children's day followed by the exchange of greeting cards brought smiles on the faces of the children.
The students then actively participated in the class activities arranged by the host schools.
'These collaborative events with other schools bring us closer to work hard in achieving one common goal and that is providing quality education to students in Qatar. We are thankful to the staff of DBS, NIS, KCD and Al Nebras school for joining us in the student exchange programme. There hospitality is much appreciated and we hope to work together in future projects, said TNG Principal Ms Qudsia Asad Khan.
Newton International School Early Years Coordinator, Ms Pam Lewis appreciated the efforts and highlighted the importance of the student exchange programme.