Activities


Park House offers an extensive array of after school programmes for both students of Park House and the greater Doha community.

The programmes are designed to:

  • build self confidence
  • encourage creativity
  • develop individual talents

Programmes include both paid and unpaid instruction in sports, science, art, technology and foreign languages.

Current activity programmes:

Paid Activities 2016-2017 delivered by Saracen Active

Dates:
September 2016 - June 2017

Welcome to Park House activities delivered by Saracen Active. Please visit the Saracen Active website to register your child onto their preferred activity.


Further info & registration

Autumn Term Secondary Activities Programme

Dates:
1 October 2017 - 2 December 2017
The Autumn Term Secondary  Activities Programme will run from October- December. These activities are all free for Park House students. Register now to secure your child's place. Please note that unregistered children may not be able to participate if the class size exceeds the maximum number of students. For more specific information about the different activities, scroll through the page to learn more.


Further info & registration

Autumn Term Primary Activities Programme

Dates:
1 October 2017 - 7 December 2017
The Autumn Term Primary Activities Programme will run from October- December. These activities are all free for Park House students in years 1-6, however some clubs do have year group requirements. Register now to secure your child's place. Please note that unregistered children may not be able to participate if the class size exceeds the maximum number of students. For more specific information about the different activities, scroll through the page to learn more.


Further info & registration

Duke of Edinburgh Int' Awards- Registration Page

Dates:
6 September 2015 - 15 June 2017
The Duke of Edinburgh International Award is a prestigious scheme designed to promote personal development in young people. The Award offer formal recognition to participants for their achievements in a number of areas and is widely recognized by universities and employers as a positive validation of that achievement. The impact of the award is that young people make positive changes to their lives, develop their skills and abilities, grow in confidence and enhance their social skill. Participants will - Develop a chosen skill over a number of months - Practice a physical activity on a regular basis - Volunteer their time in service to their community - To take part in this adventurous journey contact Mrs Allen or Mr Halliday. The Duke of Edinburgh International Award is open to pupils aged 14 and over, it requires a single fee per student per level they are achieving. This fee covers their official registration and license fee. The fee of QR700 per award level will be paid to Sue Paul in Reception.


Further info & registration