South Al Batinah Education celebrates World Social Work Day

Barka: The Directorate General of Education in Al Batinah South Governorate celebrated the International Day for Social Service, which falls on the nineteenth of March each year.

Mahmoud bin Muhammad Al-Yahmadi, a social worker at Abu Muhammad Al-Azdi School for Basic Education in the Wilayat of Barka, delivered a speech for social workers, in which he spoke about the roles of social workers in standing with students, supporting them, researching issues that may concern them, and effective and continuous communication with them and parents, as well as emphasizing their efforts and initiatives. persistent.

The ceremony comes with the aim of enhancing the culture of social service, demonstrating the efforts of social workers in schools, and enhancing their roles in the educational field, as well as highlighting initiatives and projects and employing innovations and related technology.

The ceremony included a review of a number of initiatives of the South Al Batinah Governorate schools, the presentation of various artistic performances for school students, and a theatrical show, in addition to honoring social workers and initiative owners.

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