Gold Medal for Ta’allum Student in 14th Scientific Excellence Award Competition


Gold Medal for Ta’allum Student in 14th Scientific Excellence Award Competition

Shahd Bahzad a student of Al Jazeera Academy, has been celebrating the notable achievement of a gold medal in the Primary stage of the MoE ‘Scientific Excellence Award’ competition for 2021.  Her award is in the ‘Outstanding Preparatory Student’ category. As winner Shahd received a cash prize of 15.000 QR, a gold medal and a certificate of excellence.

This remarkable outcome continues a tradition of Ta’allum success. It follows on from Al Maha Academy for Boys’ student, Nasser Al Naimi’s 2017 award, when he won the Platinum medal in the 10th competition. Haya Al Kuwari of Al Maha Academy for Girls, won Gold in the 2020 competition.

Dr. Mohammed Abdul Wahed Al Hammadi, Minister of Education and Higher Education emphasised that the competition represents ‘the wise leadership of His Highness Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani, the Amir of the State of Qatar.’ He indicated that the competition has a ‘high impact on creativity, independent thinking, and outstanding initiatives, and on scientific achievement for the renaissance of the State, as well as the need to raising young people on noble religious values and virtues.’ The competition stresses the importance of hard work, determination and perseverance, and of investing in achieving excellence, as the State of Qatar moves confidently towards the implementation of the National Development Strategy.

During the competition, Shahd demonstrated a wide range of outstanding, interrelated skills including productive use of technology, scientific innovation and research, leadership. Language fluency, and an important community dimension to work with others in a team.

Ta’allum’s Director of Education, Dr Mohammed Saefan said ‘This is an exceptionally prestigious award of the highest order. Al Jazeera and Ta’allum Education can be justifiably proud of Shahd’s endeavour. This success places Ta’allum Academies at the forefront of high academic achievement across Qatar.’

Ta’allum CEO, Mr Ahmed Al Mannai also praised Shahd’s achievement, saying ‘Shahd is a role model for other students. This success signals a very bright, optimistic, and exciting future for her. We congratulate Shahd and her family.’

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