While we have all been overwhelmed, for almost a year now, with a constant flurry of doomsday messages about the lasting negative impact of the pandemic on the global economy, on employment, on our wellbeing, on all our future prospects, not to mention the adverse impact on our children and their education (cf. annex), we know from Dylan William’s video “Three Principles and Five Strategies” that good learning outcomes are inextricably linked to the quality of teaching, whatever the mode of instruction (face-to-face teaching, remote teaching or any blended variety).
We are one of the world’s leading British international schools offering an outstanding education to students between the ages of 3 and 18 on a not-for-profit basis.
“Resilience and Recovery,” the theme of this year’s DCMUN conference, was the perfect description of what our students displayed in organising it. They did not allow the pandemic obstacles to dampen the spirit of this large annual event, and embraced the technology that enabled them to rise to the challenge.
“Immerse Education” runs academic enrichment programmes in the colleges of Oxford and Cambridge University. Doha College students entered their essay competition that offered the opportunity to win scholarships to participate on a summer programme.
Shahida Ahmed, Art teacher at Doha College, is a well-recognised artist, whose work has been exhibited in the Katara Cultural Village, the Islamic Museum of Australia, and the Sharjah Museum. In 2017, Shahida Ahmed’s work was rewarded with the Alhambra Award for Excellence in the Arts at the annual British Muslim News Awards ceremony in London.
Doha College has announced the exciting career progression of Grant Gillies, their Senior Vice Principal – Head of Primary. Grant has been appointed as Headmaster at the British School of Bucharest (BSB) from August 2021, a high-profile co-educational COBIS school for students aged 2 to 18.
We are very proud of our outstanding achievements in academia, sport and the Arts. Our state-of the art campus and exceptional teaching team reflect our unwavering pursuit of excellence in all its forms. We involve and consult our students to help us shape the way we approach teaching and learning.
A Doha College education reaches far beyond the curriculum, producing global citizens, who listen, respect others and have the confidence to stand up and be heard.
Today, we have almost 2500 students from 68 different nationalities.
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Our outstanding academic results are modelled on the British education system, employing High Performance Learning into all that we do. Our achievements have been recognised with international awards, students entires to leading universities all over the world and alumni of whom we are extremely proud!