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Brief History and View of Bangladesh School Sinaw

Bangladesh School Sinaw (BSS) is the outcome of the endless endeavor of many devoted Bangladeshi expatriates. Specially, His Excellency, Ambassador of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh to Sultanate of Oman, Late Major General Amin Ahmed Chowdhury BB, psc (Retd), had a great contribution towards the establishment of the school.

 

HE assured all sorts of his assistances to Dr. Md. Shahidullah, Master Ahsanullah and Haji Hamidullah to establish a Bangladesh school in Sinaw in 2005. At that time they formed a committee consisting of eight members, presided by Master Ahsanullah temporarily. Later, the school was started with 35 students and 5 teachers. Eng. Raisul Islam was the first Principal and Dr. Md. Shahidullah was the President. Dr. Md. Shahidullah tried hard to get the registration. Finally, the Board achieved it.

 

In 2010, for getting the approval of the school, Mohammad Osman Gani, Chairman, BoD, Bangladesh Schools sent an application to the Director, International Schools, Sultanate of Oman. At that time the school got teeming help from His Excellency, Ambassador of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh to Sultanate of Oman, Nurul Alam Chowdhury. For being inconsistent to Oman Education Ministry, the school had to shift from the previous school building to the new building. Al last, the school got the Ministry approval dated on 30 September 2011. 

 

After getting approval, Bangladesh School Sinaw became the fourth branch school of Bangladesh School Muscat. It is situated in a small town called Sinaw, Al Mudhaibi, North Sharkia, Sultanate of Oman. 

 

The school is following the Edexcel curriculum with the assistance of BSM. School timing is from 7:50 am to 1:00 pm. The school has a hired bus to pick and drop the students staying far from the school.

 

The school got a new computer set as contribution towards educational development from Iftakher ul Hasan Chowdhury, Chairman, Board of Directors, Bangladesh Schools, Sultanate of Oman and Chief Executive, Gulf Overseas Exchange Co. This contribution helped the school to provide a Wi-Fi shade in the school campus. It is mentioned that Gulf Overseas Exchange Co. contributed RO. 235 for the betterment of the school as well as of the students on 1 June 2012.

 

The school celebrates all the important occasions of the Sultanate and Bangladesh, games and sports, different academic and ECA competitions and cultural programmes in the school premises. The slogan of the school is “Save the School, Save the Children.”

 

 

Bangladesh School Sinaw (BSS) is the outcome of the endless endeavor of many devoted Bangladeshi expatriates. Specially, His Excellency, Ambassador of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh to Sultanate of Oman, Late Major General Amin Ahmed Chowdhury BB, psc (Retd), had a great contribution towards the establishment of the school.
 
HE assured all sorts of his assistances to Dr. Md. Shahidullah, Master Ahsanullah and Haji Hamidullah to establish a Bangladesh school in Sinaw in 2005. At that time they formed a committee consisting of eight members, presided by Master Ahsanullah temporarily. Later, the school was started with 35 students and 5 teachers. Eng. Raisul Islam was the first Principal and Dr. Md. Shahidullah was the President. Dr. Md. Shahidullah tried hard to get the registration. Finally, the Board achieved it.
 
In 2010, for getting the approval of the school, Mohammad Osman Gani, Chairman, BoD, Bangladesh Schools sent an application to the Director, International Schools, Sultanate of Oman. At that time the school got teeming help from His Excellency, Ambassador of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh to Sultanate of Oman, Nurul Alam Chowdhury. For being inconsistent to Oman Education Ministry, the school had to shift from the previous school building to the new building. Al last, the school got the Ministry approval dated on 30 September 2011. 
 
After getting approval, Bangladesh School Sinaw became the fourth branch school of Bangladesh School Muscat. It is situated in a small town called Sinaw, Al Mudhaibi, North Sharkia, Sultanate of Oman. 
 
The school is following the Edexcel curriculum with the assistance of BSM. School timing is from 7:50 am to 1:00 pm. The school has a hired bus to pick and drop the students staying far from the school.
 
The school got a new computer set as contribution towards educational development from Iftakher ul Hasan Chowdhury, Chairman, Board of Directors, Bangladesh Schools, Sultanate of Oman and Chief Executive, Gulf Overseas Exchange Co. This contribution helped the school to provide a Wi-Fi shade in the school campus. It is mentioned that Gulf Overseas Exchange Co. contributed RO. 235 for the betterment of the school as well as of the students on 1 June 2012.
 
The school celebrates all the important occasions of the Sultanate and Bangladesh, games and sports, different academic and ECA competitions and cultural programmes in the school premises. The slogan of the school is “Save the School, Save the Children.”