Best In Qatar

Students, teachers and parents met for breakfast on Wednesday to celebrate the outstanding student achievements in last year’s summer exams. The students were presented with certificates and trophies to recognize  their success. Overall the school achieved no less than 8 awards for results that were the best in Qatar

School fair 2017

The QIS Spring Fair will be held on Friday 10th March from 1:00pm to 5:00pm. We would like to offer you the opportunity of selling your goods or food by renting a table .For more information you can call the school Tel 44833456 or Email .


CPD in secondary

As part of CPD in secondary, the hall became a ‘Teaching and learning marketplace’! There were stalls around the hall all focussing on a different aspect of teaching and learning. Behind each stall staff were acting as the stall holders. Teachers were able to ask any questions they had and share resources. They were able to develop their teaching together in order to give students the best opportunities in school

Student Leaders-GCSE PE Pupils leading and coaching Softball lessons in Year 7 PE


Our GCSE PE pupils have been planning fun and challenging lessons for a group of Year 7 pupils over the last couple of weeks. As part of the GCSE PE curriculum the students are encouraged to develop leadership skills through coaching and officiating within different sports. Our cohort of Year 11 GCSE PE role models have done an excellent job so far. They have thoughtfully and thoroughly planned exciting Softball lessons for 24 year seven pupils. Mr Firth and I have been very impressed with the maturity, confidence and dedication shown by all of the leaders. We are also overwhelmed with how exceptionally the Year 7 pupils have behaved and participated in all of the activities. All of the PE department are looking forward to seeing how the lessons and the pupils’ leadership skills develop over the next few months. Keep up the good work!

Secondary Tournament hosted by QIS



U’16 Girls Basketball Team were 3rd in the QUESS Tournament hosted by QIS.

U’19 Boys Volleyball Team were 2nd in the QUESS Tournament held at QA.

U’14 Boys Volleyball Team were 2nd in the QUESS Tournament held at QA.

X-Country Team competed in Dukhan with Alex Hogan winning a Bronze Medal


Year 11 Mock Exam Timetable 2016-17

2016 Year 11 Mock Exams

Dear Parents

In December 2016, from Sunday 4th – Wednesday 14th December, all Year 11 students will sit IGCSE mock exams. These exams are of vital importance to show students what areas they need to improve in to achieve better grades in the Summer IGCSE exams. The results of these mock exams can also affect which options Year 11 students can pick for Year 12 studies. To this end it important that students prepare fully for these exams.

This year, to limit the impact on learning, students will not be allowed study leave during the exam period (4th-14th December). This decision is designed to maximise the time students have in their lessons and to ensure that they have access to their teachers during the exams period who can help with revision and exam preparation.

All Year 11 students are expected to be in school, on time at 7am, and to attend all their timetabled lessons except for when they are sitting an exam. After exams students will return to normal lessons.

Any unauthorised absence that students take during this period will be included on school reports and may affect progress into Year 12. For your information, please be aware that there is a direct relationship between student attendance and achievement; so absence will have a negative impact on their summer exam results.

We thank you for your support with this matter.


Mr. J. Brewer                                                                                                                                     Mr R. Sinclair

Deputy Head Secondary                                                                                                Head of Progress Year 11