Al Ain students mark World Book Day - in pictures
Tanveer Arshad, managing director of the AJ Group of Schools, reads a book on Sheikh Zayed to mark World Book Day.
World Book Day began in the UK 19 years ago as a means to promote literacy by getting one book in the hands of all schoolchildren under the age of 18. British pupils are awarded tokens they can exchange for a free book at participating bookshops in the UK and Ireland.
Grade 6 students of the British division of Zakher Private School in Al Ain read a book as part of World Book Day celebrations.
Students of KG 1 dressed up as their favourite storybook character on Thursday.
Raseena Parveen, HR group officer, reads a story from ‘Scream Street‘ for Grade 6 students on World Book Day.
Students from EYFS to Grade 3 at the British division of Zakher Private School in Al Ain dressed up as their favourite storybook character.
Students of KG 1 enjoying hearing bed time stories in their classroom on Thursday.
Tanveer Arshad, managing director of the AJ Group of Schools, reads the book ‘Africa‘ to Grade 2 students.
Students of KG 1 listen to stories on World Book Day.
Grade 4 students at British division of Zakher Private School in Al Ain take part in a bookmark making contest.
A Grade 3 student dresses up as Harry Potter.