The Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra (QPO), recently played two performances of Prokofi ev’s ‘Peter and the Wolf’ to all primary students and their teachers at Doha College. The performance, conducted by Giovanni Passini and narrated by Christoph ‘Kiko’ Schmitz in a most dramatic and captivating manner, was the perfect vehicle or music education.
Doha College recently hosted a girls' only football tournament, with participants from its own sporting academy Evolution Sports Qatar (EVO), as well as PSG Academy and Lusail Football Club. Girls from over 30 nationalities joined together on the floodlit 4G pitch and put their skills to the test.
Students and staff wore every shade of pink to raise awareness, sold ribbons and cookies, and donated very generously to the school’s dedicated Charities Committee. Across their Primary and Secondary, the fundraising efforts managed to reach an astounding QR25,840, which will be donated to charities that support cancer research.
The Doha College community marked World Animal Day by wearing outfits that included animal-inspired elements, by incorporating animal-related themes into the curriculum, and by donating towards the cause. An amount of QR 13,654 raised across primary and secondary schools, will go towards the adoption of animals from endangered species.
Qatar National Library (QNL) and Qatar Science Centre invited six schools from around Qatar, including Doha College (DC), to devise a solution to a real-life scenario encountered by the library staff, in a competitive framework. The ‘Solutionists Challenge’ was posed to students with the aim of giving staff a workable, easy method of transporting books to a library level not serviced by an elevator.