The Cabinet on Wednesday noted the continuation of the current education plan in all public and private schools and kindergartens at the current levels, with the implementation of the weekly rotating attendance system
Education has been adversely impacted by the spread of Covid-19. Schools across the globe have been temporarily closed, leaving teachers, administrators ...
Parents across Qatar will have the chance to explore what Qatar Foundation’s (QF) diverse range of schools can offer their children next month – from their own homes.
QatarDebate Center, a member of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, recently organised the second league of the Preparatory School Debates in English for boys and girls.
In Anti-Bullying Week, Qatar Foundation (QF) schools have staged a series of activities involving teachers and students to help raise awareness of the most effective ways to combat different forms of bullying.
The decision to implement the 50% rotating education system where all students have to attend schools every other week is in response to the demand of many parents who have discovered the shortcomings of remote learning, a senior official of the Ministry of Education and Higher Education told Qatar
Based on the public health indicators related to Covid-19 and the continuous monitoring and evaluation of the educational process in light of the pandemic, and within the framework of the general situation data.
Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) has announced results of the vision screening survey for school students for the year 2019-2020. The survey detected that rates of abnormal visual acuity (visual acuity less than 6/6) among government and private school students, were 12.24% and 21.34% respectively.