A Libyan school team recently won third place at an international competition in Jordan.
Organized by the Jordanian International examination, the competition consists of five domains, which test the participants' competence in a range of skills, including teamwork, theatrical performance, community service, OET English test, and project.
The team of five from the Trafalgar International School was selected by the Education Ministry to represent Libya in the competition.
The Trafalgar team faced off against 130 teams from all over the world and came out among the top three world champions.
Lucinda Lavelle, a British teacher at Trafalgar school told The Libya Observer that they have been preparing for months, and some events were completed in Tripoli.
"For our project, the team created an App, from conception to application, I clouding, and a report on our methodology. It was this section we received the trophy for 3rd place," Lavelle, who was among the coaching staff said.
The team’s delegation consisted of Nour Naser Balsous Grade 11, Saba Akram Grade 9, Ali Salem Geam Grade 9, Rawh Osama Tabtaba Grade 8, and Abdul Aziz Elmsallati Grade 7, besides five staff, including the principal of the school Dr Zakaria Aburras.
"The team really enjoyed their stay in Jordan and are keen to compete again next year with an eye on 1st prize," coach Lavelle concluded.