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Qatar Museums (QM) announced that it is re-launching its monthly activity programme for 2023 starting this month. February’s schedule is set to be packed with free-to-attend events for all groups, from creative workshops and storytelling sessions to guided tours. Here is the list of all the activities QM has in store for kids, teens, and families. 1- Dadu on TourDadu, Children’s Museum of Qatar, invites families to participate in their Dadu on Tour initiative, which aims to reach different communities and areas outside the capital. Its Play, Learn, Explore session will be held at Owaina Park, Al Wakrah, until 4…

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MarvelQatar Museums and Maison Valentino have collaborated to present the ongoing Forever Valentino exhibition at Msheirb’s M7 Museum. This exhibit gives visitors a scenic look into the history of Maison Valentino and features more than 200 Haute Couture designs and ready-to-wear outfits. Forever Valentino continues until 1 April 2020. Visitors must book tickets before entry, which cost QR 100 for adults and are free for children under 16 and One Pass holders.m7.org.qa/en/calendar/forever-valentino MoveIf you think Qatar’s sporty spirit had dampened after FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, think again! Qatar National Sport Day will be back on 14 February 2023, so mark…

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How should I approach talking to the doctor if I think my child might have a developemental delay?Developmental delays are mental and physical conditions that affect the child’s normal functioning because they have not gained the developmental skills expected of them at that age. While most of these disorders are not detectable at birth, others might have signs that show up at birth. Most developmental disabilities stay for a lifetime, but rehabilitation and medical help can improve symptoms and overall functioning. With others, the developmental delay is transient, and the child can catch up with time.Developmental delays or impairments can…

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QATAR TOURISM (QT) announced that 2023 will be an “action-packed” year, as Qatar plans to host several sporting events, the Geneva International Motor Show, and Expo 2023 Doha. Upcoming sporting events include the AFC Asian Cup and the Formula 1 Grand Prix Qatar 2023. Expo 2023, which will run for six months, is also expected to attract 3 million visitors and be “the second-largest global event after FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022”, according to Mohammed Al-Khoury, the secretary general of International Horticultural Expo 2023 Doha.qatartourism.com SIDRA MEDICINE has launched a new male infertility clinic offering surgical and non-surgical treatments to treat…

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Accessible QatarThis online platform allows disabled people living in Qatar to learn about and rate the accessibility of public venues. Available as a website and a free mobile app, users can select their type of disability to tailor their experiences on the platform. It also includes a disability services directory, an employment application section for users, and a news and events section for disability-related updates.Available via accessibleqatar.com and Android and Apple  DIY Sensory BottlesSensory bottles (also known as calming jars) are delightful-looking tools that could help calm babies and children with conditions that cause sensory processing difficulties. And you can…

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Genre: Fiction, humourAuthor: Andy GriffithsReviewed By: Keshavi Radha Bathia, Year 3, Doha English Speaking School This book is so funny it makes me have dreams about it!Andy has a sore toothache, and it is hurting so much that he cannot write his books. His friend Terry tries to help him by buying him a joke writer pen. My favourite part is when Andy’s joke writer pen gets snatched by a mountain bird, and then Terry says, “sorry Andy, do you want a marshmallow?”. It makes me burst out with laughter. You have to read this book!

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The Ministry of Interior (MOI) announced that citizens and residents of GCC countries would be permitted to enter Qatar through all points of entry without a Hayya Card. This decision was effective Tuesday, 6 December. According to the MOI, this means that GCC travellers entering the country by air would be able to do so without registering on the Hayya platform. Those travelling across the land border by bus will also be able to cross the border without a Hayya card, and parking for those vehicles will be free. However, visitors who wish to enter with private cars will have…

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Facebook ‘Above and Beyond Expectation’King’s College Doha is more than just an international school, it is a community where every child can explore their ambitions and reach their full academic potential. Our dedicated teachers provide British education and nurture children from preschool, through a curriculum that has refined itself spanning a period of over 140 years. Blending modern, innovative teaching methods alongside our historic expertise allows our pupils to reach their full potential and graduate as well-rounded young people, gaining places at top British, American universities and universities in Qatar.General InformationPHONE+974 4496-5888WEBSITEhttps://www.kingscollegedoha.comSCHOOL CURRICULUMBritish CurriculumWE’RE ON SOCIALFollow us on INSTAGRAMFollow us…

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Facebook Arab International Academy was founded in Doha, Qatar in 2016 with the goal of establishing a high-level private international school that provides a challenging and well-rounded international educational experience. To achieve that goal, we have drawn on the very best of international thinking in our choice of curriculum and approaches to 21st century teaching and learning. AIA is an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School for the Diploma Programme (DP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP) and the Primary Years Program (PYP).Arab International Academy offers a rich and rigorous academic program centered around inquiry-based learning and teaching with a focus on…

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Qatar Museums (QM) recently announced that it had revised its entry policy, which is now effective and will continue until 31 December 2022. Some of the changes include the requirement to book before visiting the network’s museums and tourist sites and new fees. Here are the details. New Entry FeesAs a rule, children aged 16 and under and those with a Qatar Creates One Pass can enter for free. So, the following costs apply to adults outside these categories:1- The National Museum of Qatar, Museum of Islamic Art, and 321 Qatar and Olympic Sport Museum tickets cost QR 100.2- Mathaf:…

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