This year we are proud to boast 60 Internal and 20 External ECAs with 400 students registering across all activities. In addition, a record was broken by World Scholar's Cup gaining the highest number of participants, 67!
ISL Qatar celebrates 10 years of excellence this year and to mark this occasion held a Gala Dinner last Thursday, April 25, 2019. The evening gala highlighted achievements and students’ work. Highlights included musical performances, visual art pieces, documentaries and alumni interviews during the incredible evening.
The common theme of this year's conference was "Human Cooperation for Global Sustainability". Students from 10 different international schools around Doha engaged in productive, critical and intelligent debate in order to come up with solutions to many of humanity's problems.
The students used various approaches to art practice and all the mediums taught in the studio art department, including drawing, painting, ceramics, sculpture, printmaking, digital arts, photography, design and architecture and intermedia work.
Her Excellency, Ivonne Baki, Ambassador of Ecuador, graciously agreed to come and speak to the Grade 5 students about her life and passions.
The International School of London (ISL) Qatar celebrated its sixth annual International Family Food Fair (IFFF) on Saturday, March 2nd. The school was transformed into an international extravaganza, a performance and dance centre, fun-filled games and activities arcade and a prize draw. It was a magical celebration of diversity and an event which delighted all who were there. A spirit of friendship, multiculturalism and unity took over ISL Qatar.
ISL Qatar hosted the Inter-school Battle of the Bands 2019, for the third consecutive year. The event is sponsored by Music Square, Rockschool UK, and the International School of London (ISL) Qatar, and actively promotes the development of the bands in young people across Doha.
Since its inception in 2007, The World Scholar’s Cup has become one of the most recognized, joyful, and fastest-growing extracurricular activities in the world. Although it may look at first glance like an academic competition, it is more aptly described as a celebration of learning—an inclusive enrichment experience in which students of all backgrounds work together to explore new subjects and practice new skills.