COMPUTER SCIENCE EDUCATION WEEK
Haque Academy kicked-off the global Computer Science Education Week by having its students participate in various Hour of Code activities to expose them to computer science, particularly coding. The Hour of Code is a gateway toward providing all students with access to high-quality computer science education. This year, more than 375 of our students from grades 2 to 6 did at least one Hour of Code.
This year, the Science Fuse workshop brought new and exciting experiments to students of grades 2-4. The two-week STEM-program aimed at fostering critical thinking skills in students and made learning science and mathematics a fun, challenging, and engaging experience. Children played with Sphero to learn about ‘Gravity’ and also learnt about ‘Virtual Reality’ using Google Cardboard.
Our Physical Education Instructor Sadia Sheikh became the FIRST WOMEN MATCH COMMISSIONER OF PAKISTAN by completing a course organized by AFC at Malaysia this month. Congratulations!