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Six year-old Qatar resident breaks three more world records

An Indian resident in Qatar has made headlines for setting three world records. Aabel Roby Abraham, an Indian resident living in Qatar, has broken yet more world records, bumping his total to four at just...

STEM soars in popularity for students in Middle East, Nord Anglia data reveals

The international institution is the world’s leading premium schools organisation, with 73 schools across 30 countries. Nord Anglia Education's students have shown more interest in Science, Tech, Engineering, and Mathematics courses between...

Nord Anglia Education-UNICEF partnership seeks to empower student change-makers

The school organisation provides a variety of internationally recognised curriculums, including the English Curriculum, the International Baccalaureate, the Swiss Maturité and the US Curriculum, among others. Nord Anglia Education has taken its educational experience...

Qatar to get its first ‘Dadu’ children’s museum

The Children's Museum of Qatar is set to be Qatar’s first publicly funded museum and will be a space for exploration and learning.  Qatar Museums (QM) has revealed the name and logo of the nation's...

Why I talk to my children about Palestine and politics

As traumatising videos surface online, your children may start asking some difficult political questions. I was 12 when I witnessed the Lebanese war. I knew little about it until I was forced to leave my...

This four-year-old girl just broke a world record in Qatar

Young Eshal's great achievement was recorded in the International Book of Records of 2021. At just four years old, little genius Eshal Marwa Firos Khan set the world record for reciting all the elements in...
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