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Sydney International School observed its founding anniversary and graduation ceremony

25 June 2022
Sydney International School observed its founding anniversary and graduation ceremony


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Abdullah Al Jakob, MP, Chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee of the Ministry of Youth and Sports has called upon all educational institutions of the country to pay more attention to the spread of technology-based creative education. He made the call at the Sydney International School’s founding anniversary and graduation ceremony in the capital’s Gulshan area, said a press release.

On the occasion. he said to ensure sports facilities for students in various English medium educational institutions of the country. Mynul Mridha, the founding chairman of the school, said, “We have ensured all kinds of arrangements in the school to give a little beautiful education to the children through the combination of practical knowledge development and technology.” Which has already been proven to students and parents.

Jim O’Neill, Director (Examinations) of the British Council, expressed his satisfaction with the educational management of the Sydney International School and encouraged the teachers to go further. Shahin Reza, country manager of Bangladesh Cambridge Assessment International School, said that the Sydney school management is doing all the practical knowledge needed to teach the child to move the world forward. He also advised parents to be vigilant to maintain this continuity. In the fourth industrial revolution era, we hope that these students will lead the world in the future, Mr Mynul said. 

In his speech, Mostafizur Rahman, Director (Trade and Investment) of the Australian High Commission, said that children should not only learn to read in school but they should also be educated in life skills. Where technology-dependent creativity should be given more importance. Former Army officer Major General Shahedul Haque said, “Modern education is advancing our new generation more than the education system of our time.” Parents need to be aware as well as the school to prepare them regularly. Rafiqul Alam Helal, president of Gulshan Club, said in his speech that the burden of education should not only be imposed on the children but they should also be developed socially and culturally. Only then will this generation successfully lead the world. Later there was a pleasant cultural performance by the students, with an aesthetic expression of their sociability. Teachers and parents were present on the occasion.  Earlier, the invited guests handed over the certificates and medals to the graduating primary, O level,  A level students.

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