King’s College Doha prides itself on the breadth of education it provides. A key attraction of the school is the range of activities that take place beyond timetabled lessons as part of our extended school day, thus enriching the lives of our pupils. Co-curricular activities (CCAs) take place after school and enable children across all phases of King’s to pursue creative interests and sporting activities, or just try something new from the many different activities on offer.

We are keen to ensure that each pupil is known to the school as an individual and that, through this, we can help them to find their talents and passions. By offering a wide range of activities, we hope to provide all pupils with exciting and stimulating experiences which enhance their learning within the classroom and beyond.

In the Pre-Prep School, CCAs take place after the school day and offer our youngest children the opportunity to take part in a multitude of activities throughout the week, including Gymnastics, Ballet and Art Club. This programme is modified each term to allow for a wide range of activities to be covered over the course of the year and to ensure that we have something fun for everyone to get involved in.

In the Prep and Senior Schools, pupils have opportunities to take part in a plethora of options over the course of an academic year, including the World Scholar’s Cup, the Duke of Edinburgh International Award, Model United Nations, Science Club, LAMDA and rehearsals for music and drama productions. Activities are regularly reviewed and renewed to ensure that options reflect the diverse skills, interests and enthusiasms of our community, and that pupils enjoy a well-rounded educational experience from which they can draw influence and inspiration long after they have left us.