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Our Nursery and KG1 Programs offer our youngest learners a dynamic place to play, move, discover, explore and grow. We are a community that respects and responds to diversity. We value the unique experiences, cultural heritage and developmental readiness of each child by treating each child as an individual. Our teachers and staff place a strong importance on partnerships with parents to make the transition to school a positive and successful experience. Teachers provide a variety of experiences that support the continuum of children’s growth and development, which includes the physical, social, emotional and cognitive development of each child. Our goal is to develop confident, creative and happy children who are ready for KG2 and love to learn.

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Admissions open 2018/2019

October 22 2017

أكاديمية قطر الوكرة تفتح باب القبول للعام الدراسي 2018-2019 بدءاً من 22 أكتوبر 2017 من مرحلة الحضانة وحتى الصف التاسع. لمزيد من المعلومات يرجى زيارة موقع التسجيل.
Qatar Academy Al-Wakra open Admission for the academic year 2018-2019 starting 22nd October 2017, from Pre3 to Grade 9. For more information please visit the school registration website.
https://qaw.openapply.com/

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Pre4 Healthy Habits

October 19 2017

This term, the Pre 4 students had been learning all about making healthy choices, through our unit "Healthy Habits" Students worked hard with their teachers to prepare and create educational presentations that included singing and acting to inform their parents about the healthy choices they want to make everyday regarding food, cleanliness and sleep.
Parents were invited to attend our interactive presentation on Tuesday October 17th. Students presented their songs and skits with great confidence. Teachers and students received great feedback from parents after the show.

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QAW Solar Art In-house Exhibition

October 19 2017

QAW students have talent! A number of students from grade 3, 4 and 5 created Solar Art projects using a solar energy component and recycling materials for the Shams Generation Project.

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