We have an excellent selection of school offered and externally provided clubs which we hope will offer a good choice to our students.
On Monday, 16 December we are looking forward to our Qatar National Day celebrations. The day will begin with an Arabic breakfast, shared in class, then end with a programme of events across all year groups. The programme will begin at 10.45 am and all parents are invited to attend.
School finishes at 12.00 sharp on Monday, 16 December. Please collect your child promptly.
Last week we were entertained by the highly talented Cuban band-Havana Music, in school. Both staff and student joined in the Latin beat and enjoyed clapping and dancing along to the music. Each of the members is an accomplished musician in their own right and offer instrumental tuition at our school. If you are interested in learning more about the classes they offer, please contact our Head of Music, Mrs Alison Porter, on Alison.email@example.com.
Our Thanksgiving Collection is now gaining momentum with many items being donated. We have 25 support staff around the school so it is a lovely gesture to give something back. The collection will remain open until Thursday, 12 December.
Last Thursday, Early Years 2 shared their learning at an excellent assembly about animals. We were so impressed at how well they spoke, sang and danced and how confident they were on stage. The vocabulary used and their learning techniques were amazing. Well done to all of EY2. Now we all know what a fox says!
The IPC Personal Goal in our Primary school last week was resilience. Resilience is one of the most important goals as it links closely to our ‘Be Ambitious’ philosophy. Qualities are:
Our resilient learners were presented with a certificate for their achievements.
Our sporting teams are going from strength to strength as we hold more competitions and practice sessions. Thank you to parents for supporting this.
This week we will be holding STEAM days in school and we look forward to sharing the learning with you during the week.
On Thursday, the end of term report will be issued to students. Please read them and share them with your children. The majority of students have worked hard and made good progress this term. There is always room for improvement so we look forward to seeing high levels of effort and progress next term.
Head of Campus, Themaid