Review about Al Eslah School from Anis Ammar

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Anis Ammar
Anis Ammar
great Architecture
Nicely portrayed the beauty of school
no negative complains
Al Eslah School was previously a school where kids were taking education sitting on small wooden chairs and now the government has made this a museum to show the society how our school were previously, in 1998. Great Architecture, i will highly recommend to to visit the museum those who wants to know about the history of UAE, a must visit place

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Al Eslah School

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Museum in Sharjah

About The Museum

AI Eslah School Museum first opened its doors in April 2003.

Why visit the Museum

Here, you can learn about the UAE educational system that was adopted in the past. Sit at the students’ wooden desks and embark on a journey to the past as you examine the photos of former students who graduated from this school, which is considered the first formal school in Sharjah. Relive the old experiences of your family members who graduated from similar schools.

Visit Sharjah's First Formal Education School

Established in 1935, Al Eslah School was the first formal educational institute to be opened in Sharjah, welcoming pupils from all over the Gulf region. Here, you can explore the classrooms, the teachers’ and the supervisor’s rooms, as well as the small classrooms equipped with the wooden desks students used to sit at. In addition, you can admire the magnificence of the Holy Quran stands made from palm fronds; you can see the black board, chalk, the educational drawings and the photos of students who have studied in this school hanging on the walls. Overseas students would spend their nights in the upstairs dormitory. It is a model school that was built in the thirties of the last century.

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