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Jubail Winter Forum’s Trainers Work to Polish Talent and Grow Competition
 
A number of  Saudi educators participating in training the talented students in Jubail Winter Forum appreciated the great role played by Mawhiba for  developing  talented  students' skills in Science and Mathematics and preparing them to 2017 International  Science Olympiad  in the various disciplines. The Royal Commission in Jubail in Partnership with  King Abdulaziz and his Companions Foundation for Giftedness and Creativity (Mawhiba) host the forum until the7th of Jumada’ I (04.02.2017).
 
Math instructor, Sameh Judah said: “It's my  pleasure to participate in the 2017 Winter Forum for International Science Olympiad among  the Math team to provide talented students with  information, concepts and strategies, and  help them  build a creative thinking compatible with age. He added that the forum this year is characterized by enhancing  the spirit of cooperation between students and making them  work as one  team and love Allah  and their country. I extend sincere thanks and gratitude to all contributors in the success of this forum and particularly  RCJ’s officials  for the warm reception and generous hospitality.
 
On the other hand, instructor, Ahmed Fahd Al-Ghoneim pointed out that he was so happy for selecting him  to  train and educate the students in the forum  specially  they're  from among the privileged students Kingdom-wide.
 
We have seen this through their interaction and positive participation in training sessions. He pointed out that Mawhiba  always strives  to choose the best students to form the nucleus of the Saudi team that shall  participate in the International Science Olympiad. He also pointed out  that the instructors are working to develop  the scientific  talents of students and activate their creative aspects as well as tobuild  their personality which  is considered the main factor  for success. He also said  that we work to create an atmosphere of competition and self-reliance.
 
Abdullah Asha’er a participant Student from Jeddah said: “We appreciate Mawhiba care to us through organizing this forum annually where privileged students in Science and Math can participate  from  all over the kingdom”.
 
Asha’er added  that he and his colleagues have benefited a lot from the experience and creative ways of their instructors in clarifying and delivering the information, adding that this helped them develop their abilities and knowledge  and prepare them well   for competition. Meanwhile, he praised the spirit of competition especially among students.
 
On behalf of his colleagues he  extended his thanks and appreciation to RCJ’s forum organizing committee   represented by  the Education Services Department  that provided all the necessary services and helped them during and after training. He said, "We found everything ready such as full accommodation and entertainment facilities.”
 
On his part Mr. Ali Al Shehri, section head   of the students Affairs of education Services Department of  the Royal  Commission in Jubail and the Chairman of the Committee overseeing the 2017 Winter Forum said that all activities  started in accordance with the prepared plan. The  Royal Commission represented by the concerned entities made all the necessary organizations that led to the success of the event.
 
He said that the participation of 13 students from RCJ’s  schools in the Mawhiba  Forum competitions is an evidence of  the advance education level  of RCJ’s schools students and an indication of RC’s care to the students  service during their study. "The RCJ’s  schools are considered by all the best in the Kingdom  because they are provided with all the necessary facilities and equipment  which create a suitable and an attractive learning environment.
 
He said, “this is the second participation of RCJ’s school students in Mawhiba forum”. Last year  student Yazan  Al Magnoni took the second place and he was considered the youngest contestant to win a world medal at Maths Olympiad. Meanwhile ,Student Faisal Al-Hajri was given a certificate of appreciation from International Olympiad and  a silver medal in Gulf Olympiad.RC’s school students participation goes back to  2010 up to now in various Olympiads  and won 160  medals in different places . The last international  participation was in the Swiss Olympiads .
 
Royal Commission in Jubail’s schools prepare  students to participate in such competitions via lots of different events and competitions in various activities, including Science and Mathematics, Al-shehri added.
 
We have prepared all necessary services for students as we have dedicated recreation and sports sites and visits to landmarks of the city. There is also a special interest to  suitable meals supervised by Jubail Industrial College nutritionist. This is besides light meals served in different times.