On Friday, Rayyan Campus held their annual Rainbow Picnic which was a fun filled morning for families and staff. Friends of Compass School started the day with their ‘Make a Wish’ balloon stall which brightened up the campus and displayed rainbow coloured balloons along the entrance. Please enjoy our album here.
Fortunately the rain stayed away and children enjoyed the face painting, hair braiding, treasure hunt, soak the teacher and many more exciting activities. The Penalty Shootout was very popular with Ramon Ramirez in Year 4 winning the cup. The Treasure Hunt prize went to Valentino Cordero and the ‘Guess the name of the Teddy' competition was won by Eline Nehab, both in Early Years. The event was supported by Legacy Sports, Family Bookstore and Compass parents who held a Table Top Sale. Mr Akhtar worked his magic with hip hop music and dance routines which added atmosphere and energy to the day.
There was a huge selection of breakfast treats for everyone to share and enjoy. Parents had a relaxing morning while their children played with friends and were entertained by staff. Thank you to everyone who came along and to staff for making this such a success.
Early Years 2 celebrated their learning in assembly last week with a presentation about weather in their home countries and in Qatar. Each child spoke confidently and enthusiastically joined in singing weather songs. The audience sat beautifully throughout, including Early Years 1 who joined us for the morning.
This week we have House Assembly in school. Children will meet their House Captains and House Leaders to share ideas on how to gain house points and build their team spirit. House certificates will be given out to the children who have won most house points.
Well done to Rehan Asif in Year 3 for winning three certificates in the Qatar Foundation swimming competition last weekend. He prepared well and competed against children from other schools in Doha and we are very proud of his achievement.
This week we have the Regional Director for Health and Safety in school to review campus safety and safeguarding. This is part of the Nord Anglia Education ongoing quality assurance programme to ensure that our schools meet the high standards expected and our children are as safe as possible.
Head of Rayyan Campus