SLS Montessori and High School

SLS student shines in education games

November 14, 2015 by In News


A student of Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori and High School has secured the 33rd position worldwide at the grade one level in the recently held World Education Games, says a press release.

The World Education Games (WEG) is the world’s largest online education event hosted by 3P Learning in partnership with UNICEF and has been taking place since 2007.

Reshail Ahmed of the SLS, Lalazar campus is a grade one student and participated in the WEG for the first time along with six million other registered participants. The WEG is a three-day online event that tests students’ knowledge in literacy, math and science.

Hundreds of students from all campuses of SLS School registered and participated in the competition. The overall opinion of the participants was that the education games were a lot of fun and tested the core concepts taught to the students. Reshail secured the 33rd position worldwide by securing a total of 3,089 points with the highest grade one score being 4,114 points. Students of SLS School are routinely tested on their knowledge through the use of worksheets that are built into the specially designed curriculum.

Students are given opportunities several times in the year to hone and show their skills, like making science projects in Little Scientists Week, practicing and proving their reading skills and knowledge in the International Day of Literacy celebrations, and the yearly open days that have class exhibitions on all topics that the students study in the year.