In a first, Saudi opens virtual school for underprivileged children

The school aims to enhance fourth to sixth grade students' math and English skills using innovative teaching methods.

Riyadh: For the first time, the authorities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) have opened a voluntary virtual school to educate orphans and children from families benefiting from its services.

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The educational initiative was launched by the Al-Bir Society in the Eastern Province during the International Volunteer Day celebration.

The school aims to enhance fourth to sixth-grade students’ math and English skills using innovative teaching methods, contributing to the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 by increasing the number of volunteers.

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The school also adopts innovative strategies for social and psychological interaction, reversing traditional teaching methods.

Faisal Al-Misnad, supervisor of volunteer work at Al-Bir Society, emphasizes the importance of focusing on society’s beneficiaries, developing family members through virtual volunteer school, and offering professional opportunities.

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