It was wonderful to see so many of our parent at our Madinta Khalifa School in Action morning. The feedback from students and teachers was very positive. In many classrooms our parents were put to use by helping sculpt dinosaur models from clay, searching the school alongside students for materials that had different properties and even competing against each other in a times table battle!
There will be many more opportunities for parents to be involved in their child’s learning through future school in action days, alongside our IPC Exit Points and various celebration assemblies throughout the year.
Meet our Student Leaders
Over the next few weeks, we will be introducing our student leadership team. We start with our leaders of the student council – our Head Boy and Head Girl.
Head Boy - Graham
Hi! My name is Graham. I am eleven years old and I am from the United States of America. I am the Head Boy because I love helping out everyone and I have lots of experience from my previous roles as student councillor and house captain. My three favourite things I did while on the student council were painting the House murals, designing the new climbing frame and doing presentations in front of my class.
I am proud to be the Primary school’s head boy and I looking forward to the year ahead!
Head Girl – Nada
Hello! My name is Nada and I am eleven years old and I am from Yemen. I have been at Compass school for 4 years. My goal is to make the school a better place. My ideas include making sure our students eat healthily and are enjoying school. I will also pass on any student ideas to the primary teachers. I will help every student in the primary school, especially those that are sad and worried. I want to be seen as approachable so that students feel comfortable to approach me.
All the student leadership team are trying their best to help the students and make them happy. I think we’ll be able to achieve this goal. This year we will promote charities that help sick children in Qatar and beyond.
I am proud to be the Primary school’s head girl. It is a big opportunity for me to develop my public and leadership skills.
Have a wonderful week,
Jimmy Frawley, Head of Primary Madinat Khalifa