UAE schools join celebration of 51st National Day, host activities

The United Arab Emirates is commemorating its 51st National Day in all glory, unity and courage with a wide range of events. The UAE Cabinet has also announced the 2022 UAE National Day and Commemoration Day holiday. The break will commence on Thursday, December 1, to Saturday, December 3, 2022.

The United Arab Emirates is commemorating its 51st National Day in all glory, unity and courage with a wide range of events. The UAE Cabinet has also announced the 2022 UAE National Day and Commemoration Day holiday. The break will commence on Thursday, December 1, to Saturday, December 3, 2022.

As the nation is celebrating its 51st National Day, several schools joined the festivities with various kinds of activities.

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The Primary department of GIIS Abu Dhabi joined the festivities on November 29, 2022, through a wide range of events.

The series of activities started with students designing beautiful models of famous monuments in UAE, followed by an inter-house quiz competition and designing a Cultural Tree where students hung sticky notes including fun facts about the country.

The Eminence Private School celebrated the 51st UAE National Day with a series of activities.

The day started with performances by our students – traditional UAE dances and folk songs.

This was followed by a parade where students of primary grades marched around the school waving UAE flags and wearing traditional clothes.

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There was also a special show for students showcasing the uniqueness of the UAE. The entire school was decked in UAE colours, and the national spirit echoed.

The Dove Green Private School also joined the rest of the country to celebrate National Day and uploaded a video in which the teachers gave warm wishes to everyone on the special occasion.

The entire Nibras International School (NIS) community also came together to celebrate UAE National Day. The day was filled with fun activities, attractions, performances, and games.

On November 29, 2022, The Global Montessori Nursery Abu Dhabi celebrated the UAE’s 51st National Day in anticipation of the public holiday this week.

The Parents, staff and children came together to enjoy traditional Arabic food and drink in our bedouin area set up outside. They waved the UAE flag while listening to the national anthem and enjoyed sharing this particular moment.

 

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