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Why Choose our School?

The International School of London (ISL) Qatar has an outstanding reputation for high academic standards, prestigious International Baccalaureate (IB) programmes and an impressive record of admissions to the best universities worldwide.

Key Facts

A quick overview of what makes ISL Qatar unique.

IB Points

42

IB Points

Our highest scores were a very impressive 42 points.

1st Choice University

90%

1st Choice University

After IB at ISL Qatar, students go on to study a course in a university of their choice.

Average Class Size

20

Average Class Size

Spacious, purpose-built campus with small class-sizes to allow for personalized care and learning.

Students

1000+

Students

Truly international student body of 1000 students from 70 countries.

Staff Nationalities

40+

Staff Nationalities

Inspiring and passionate teachers from different countries.

 

Student Nationalities

70+

Student Nationalities

 

Diverse population develops the understanding of the perspectives of children from different nationalities and to function better in a multicultural environment.

 

Languages

12

Languages

Arabic, Bulgarian, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish and are constantly adding more.

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Mobile Phone Agreement for Middle School (G6 to G8)

The Primary school has spent the last year looking hard at our Home Learning Policy. A collective of teachers and leaders met on a regular basis to review this policy. Our first step was to reflect on the existing policy, and to raise concerns and questions. We then began researching home learning and tried to find out what up-to-date studies have shown, as well as, what other school were doing. In order to make meaningful and relevant changes we asked all stakeholders (students, parents, and teachers) to tell us what they think about our home learning: strengths and weaknesses. All this information was then analysed for commonalities and finally synthesized into a new Home Learning Policy in the Primary School. Below you will find details of the policy including our key objectives, beliefs, and vision for the future. The big idea here is that we would like to focus on LEARNING. Whether inside or outside the school we aim to maximize the learning opportunities for our students. As members of our school community, and as parents, you play an essential role in facilitating and promoting our school’s home learning policy.

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MYP Personal Projects

During the first week of school, G9 students created a vision board in their English class.  This learning task is so much more than merely cutting out magazine pictures or images from the internet and gluing them onto a sheet of A3 board.  A vision or dream board is a powerful tool for turning the individual’s dreams into a reality.  Students were invited to take the time to consider thoughtfully the message that they wished their personalized boards to convey and how they wanted them to look.

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Let us focus on the Learning NOT the work!

The Primary school has spent the last year looking hard at our Home Learning Policy. A collective of teachers and leaders met on a regular basis to review this policy. Our first step was to reflect on the existing policy, and to raise concerns and questions. We then began researching home learning and tried to find out what up-to-date studies have shown, as well as, what other school were doing. In order to make meaningful and relevant changes we asked all stakeholders (students, parents, and teachers) to tell us what they think about our home learning: strengths and weaknesses. All this information was then analysed for commonalities and finally synthesized into a new Home Learning Policy in the Primary School. Below you will find details of the policy including our key objectives, beliefs, and vision for the future. The big idea here is that we would like to focus on LEARNING. Whether inside or outside the school we aim to maximize the learning opportunities for our students. As members of our school community, and as parents, you play an essential role in facilitating and promoting our school’s home learning policy.

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