Adec relocates students to safe and secure buildings
A large number of Kindergarten, Cycle 2 and 3 public school students were relocated to buildings that adhere to health and safety standards set by the Abu Dhabi Education Council (Adec).
The transfer of students was based on the health and safety inspection report, published by Musanada.
Cycle 3 students from Hamdan Bin Mohamed School in Baniyas were relocated to the Al Sammaliya Cycle 2 and 3 school in the Shawamekh area.
In order to accommodate to the large number of Cycle 3 students transferred, Cycle 2 students from Al Sammaliya School were transferred to three different schools based on geographical convenience.
Students living in the Shakhboot area were enrolled in the Jern Yafoor Cycle 2 School; those living in the Shamkha area were enrolled in the Al Mutanabi Cycle 2 School, and students residing in the Shawamekh area were allocated to the Al Moatasem School.
Kindergarden students from Al Zayediya Kindergarten were relocated to a vacant school building nearby their area of residence.
Teachers and all staff members from Hamdan Bin Mohamed Cycle 3 School were transferred to the same schools their students were transferred to, and in accordance to what is most convenient for them location wise.
Adec coordinated with the Emirates Transport Company to ensure all students were offered transportation. Parents were also contacted prior to the decision to re-allocate the students.
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