16/11/14 8:59 AM
Qatar Academy began its sports season with an impressive title run by the varsity boys volleyball team, claiming the first Near East Schools Activities Conference (NESAC) volleyball championship in Kuwait. The newly-formed NESAC is an exclusive multi event school association comprising of international schools from UAE, Kuwait, Jordan and Qatar. According to Athletics Supervisor Stephen Walker.
12/11/14 8:56 AM
The season 6 finalists of Stars of Science – the Arab world’s first and foremost edutainment reality television program – visited Qatar Academy (yesterday) to talk about their inventions and share ideas with the Primary School pupils.
10/11/14 7:11 AM
Over 500 educators from some of the international schools converged in Qatar Academy for the 2013 Mini- NESA, a unique professional development opportunity for teachers covering a variety of subjects suited for today's constantly evolving, diverse and wired classroom.
06/11/14 7:28 AM
Brain-based learning strategy expert John Joseph worked with Qatar Academy students recently in a workshop aimed at improving their learning skills. Aptly called ‘Mind Your Brain’, the workshop provides an understanding of how the brain works and how students can use that knowledge to become ‘superstar learners’.
30/10/14 8:50 AM
International creative arts company Nose 2 Nose returned to Qatar Academy this week to work with grade 9 – 12 students enrolled in Drama and Music classes. The theater company is based out of United Kingdom and Japan but has done extensive training and workshops in international schools across Asia.
30/10/14 7:54 AM
Peter Dalglish Country Representative for UN-Habitat in Afghanistan, founder of the Street Kids International charity and the Trails Youth Initiative program spoke to faculty and staff at QA about his humanitarian work and his career in Afghanistan, Ethiopia and Sudan with refugees and street children.
30/10/14 7:49 AM
Qatar Academy Primary’s Arabic and Islamic Studies departments collaborated anew for the Arabic Open Week, a hands-on lesson sharing project for the parents. Aimed at providing parents with the opportunity to attend an Arabic/Islamic Studies lesson and see their children in action
30/10/14 7:47 AM
This school year marks the tenth year that Qatar Academy’s Eid Al Adha Suitcase project successfully distributed boxes of basic necessities to some of the less fortunate families in Doha. The project’s name and the students involved may have changed through the years but Rola Abu Ramadan, Arabic teacher and the project’s founder maintains that the QA community’s generosity and commitment to the cause continue to grow each year.