In a heartwarming gesture that emphasizes the importance of environmental consciousness and the beginning of a new academic journey, Ma’din Public School welcomed approximately 700 fresh faces who joined the Lower Kindergarten (LKG) this year with a unique event – the distribution of saplings.
The event, which took place at the Ma’din Public School premises, was inaugurated by the esteemed Ma’din Chairman, Sayyid Ibrahimul Khaleel Al Bukhari. In his address, he highlighted the significance of the first day of school as an unforgettable milestone in every student’s life. He emphasized that these memories should be preserved not only in one’s heart but also in the environment, by planting trees. This initiative, he mentioned, aligns with the school’s philosophy of nurturing life skills alongside academic education and being responsible stewards of the environment.
The event saw the participation of key figures from the school administration, including Principal Saithalavi Koya, Academic Director Noufal Kodur, Vice Principal Syed Noorul Amin, VE Head Abbas Saqafi, Head of Language Department Abu Tahir Adany, and Manager Abdurrahman. Each of them conveyed their warm wishes to the new students and encouraged them to embrace the values of learning, growth, and environmental stewardship that Ma’din Public School stands for.
The distribution of saplings to the young students not only symbolized their initiation into the school but also planted a seed of environmental awareness that will hopefully grow along with their education. The event echoed the school’s commitment to holistic education and its dedication to fostering a sense of responsibility towards nature from the very beginning of a student’s academic journey.
As the new batch of LKG students embark on their educational voyage, they carry not just textbooks and supplies, but also a little sapling, a living reminder of the day they took their first step into the world of learning. This innovative welcome event showcases the school’s forward-thinking approach to education and its aim to shape not just intelligent minds, but also compassionate and eco-conscious individuals.