Sarwaran International School Organizes Art Exhibition
Sarwaran International School recently organized an art exhibition, featuring impressive artwork created by the school’s students in grades 1-3. The exhibition, which was staged in the school’s hallways, was attended by many, including students, parents, teachers, and staff.
With more than 200 professionally-framed works on display, there was something for everyone to admire. “The exhibit displayed various works and really demonstrated how talented Sarwaran International School students are,” commented a Sarwaran International School staff member. “The success of the exhibition was seen on the parents’ faces and through their feedback…They were really happy to see what their children had created during art class.”
Students and their parents had a chance to explore the school hallways together and observe all the artwork. “The exhibition definitely boosted self-esteem by celebrating the work of every child in a real art-like gallery—showing that every student counts!” said a Sarwaran Interntional School teacher.
The Sarwaran International School is the third Public-Private Partnership (PPP) school to operate in Kurdistan. The school, which serves children of martyrs, opened its doors in September 2009 and now offers a high-quality education to students in Kindergarten through Grade 3. All three SABIS® PPP schools in Kurdistan draw on SABIS®’s expertise to improve education and develop world-class citizens who will become instrumental in shaping the region’s future. Moreover, these schools contribute to raising education standards in the public school system and rebuilding the nation by providing students a solid foundation of knowledge, skills, and experiences.
For more information about Sarwaran International School or the Public-Private Partnership, visit www.pppkurdistan-sabis.net/sarwaran or http://www.pppkurdistan-sabis.net, respectively.