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Caricature of corona lands Bahraini student top honour

TDT | Manama

The Daily Tribune –   

Bahraini students are continuing to prove that they are a cut above the rest when it comes to creativity.

Ali Hussain Al Muharraqi, Muhammad Ishaq, Noura Jalal, Zainab Al Momen, Khalil Ibrahim, the achievers list is growing at record speed.

Joining them in making Bahrain proud yesterday was Zahra Abdul Latif Abdullah.

Zahra is a student of Al- Hidd Secondary School for Girls.

She took first place in caricature competition held as part of Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed Awards for Childhood Creativity.

Coronavirus pandemic was the event’s theme, this year. “I dedicates the victory to my dear country, which nurtured and encouraged me with several talented and creative students,” said Zahra. She also thanked the Ministry of Education for the support.

“I joined the ministry’s Center for the Care of Gifted Students, under the supervision of Zainab Swar.” Zahra also belongs to an artistic family. “My older sister has previously participated in several foreign events.”

“I am also dedicating this win to my teachers at Al-Dair Primary and Preparatory School for Girls Shaima Murad, Nariman Abdullah, and A. Manal Youssef.” “They gave me constant motivation and encouragement.” My teacher, Prof. Ibtisam Flamerzi, of Al-Hidd High school also helped me a lot.”

“I had previously participated in many Ministry of Education events, including the Children’s Art Exhibition, the Teacher’s Day Competition, and national events, which gave me many accolades and prizes,” Zahra said.

When asked about her plans, Zahra said she is looking forward to work as an engineer to benefit from her capabilities in the technical field.

She is also planning to study more in art and participate in global events.