Book Week 2022
In the run-up to Qatar National Day on December 18, RGS Qatar celebrated our love for our homeland through a variety of special activities, including assemblies, class events, and art murals. Our students were given numerous opportunities to learn about Qatari culture.
Mr Rolt’s online Qatar National Day assembly was a fantastic celebration of Qatari culture and traditions, and the children all performed their roles with poise and dignity. It was inspiring to see so many of our school’s students dressed in Qatar’s national colours. Our Qatari students were ecstatic to express their love for their homeland.
We would like to express our gratitude to our wonderful school community, our talented students, and the Arabic Department staff for assisting us in making the celebrations such a huge success.
Qatar National Day Gallery
At RGS Qatar, we understand the importance of foreign language learning at a young age. Pupils can choose to study French or Spanish from the early years.
Younger children are more open and receptive to language learning and have an innate curiosity when learning a language, its new words and new sounds. Learning a new language has also been shown to improve critical thinking skills and enhance social skills.
Pupils from Year 2 French wrote and illustrated their books based on "Ours Brun, Dis-moi Ce Que Tu Vois (Brown Bear, What do you See). They did an author reading to staff and taught them the name of the animals and colours in French.
Merci & bravo à tous
If you wish to learn more about our innovative language programme, please visit our website: www.rgsgq.com
We held a fantastic Book Week this week at the RGS, celebrating our love of books and the enjoyment and importance of reading. There has been a wide range of activities taking place throughout the week which have engaged and excited our pupils.
It all started on Sunday when staff and pupils arrived at school dressed as a book character. There were some amazing costumes and every class had the opportunity to parade on the stage.
During the week each year group focused on a different Great British Author and we held character hunts and competitions for everyone to get involved in. Our older pupils visited Early Years and Key Stage 1 classrooms to read stories to our younger pupils, and staff and pupils had to ‘Drop Everything and Read’ whenever they heard the sound of a tambourine. This caused much amusement, especially when pupils were in PE lessons!
On Thursday we held our Book Week assembly during which, classes showcased some of the work they had completed throughout the week. We welcomed the ‘Lilliput Players’ into school to work with Early Years and Key Stage 1 on creative music, and the whole of the Primary School joined together for a special reading themed garden party towards the end of the day.
A huge thank you to everyone for getting so involved in this great week and to Miss Newsome, our English Coordinator, for organising a fantastic and hugely beneficial Book Week.
On Thursday 6th February we held our annual Sports Day. Early Years and Key Stage 1 took to the field in the morning with Key Stage 2 and 3 following in the afternoon. It was a great day of sporting action and sportsmanship with some outstanding individual performances from pupils, parents and teachers!!
Well done to everyone for their effort and to Beckingham (Early Years), Nettles (Key Stage 1), for being crowned Sports Day Champions in their respective age group