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Sport Curriculum

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Christopher Quinn, Athletic Director
At ACS Doha, our PE programme is a holistic one. Our students acquire new sports skills, improve fitness levels, learn about exercise physiology and dietary requirements. And to improve the students’ performance, you need to work on giving them passion and motivation and that is what the sports programme is about. Our students get engaged in teams after school and in athletic programmes and they form a deep love of the sport they choose.
Christopher Quinn, Athletic Director

Sports at ACS Doha

We work to ensure your child has a healthy, happy and active school life. Here, they can grow, play and learn in modern, purpose-built facilities. We hope that what students take from us will serve them both in and out of school today, and hopefully for the rest of their lives.

An all-weather athletics track, a  double-sized sports hall, fitness suite, 4G (FIFA standard) artificial football pitch, and wellness and warrior studios are among many amenities incorporated in our state-of-the-art landmark campus that are available for our full community to enjoy, with a 25-metre swimming and learners pool opening soon. Parents will also eventually be able to participate in yoga, tai-chi, HIIT and spin classes throughout the day and evening. Excellent viewing facilities and a sports café ensure that everyone can be a part of the action, making it an attractive multi-functional hub for all sports enthusiasts.

Introducing our new mascot – THE WOLVES

The decision to move to a new mascot was born out of listening to the community of parents, staff and students the school says. Conscious that middle school and senior students in particular want a mascot that evokes competitive spirit, teamwork and conviction, the Wolf was the outstanding choice. In the Wolf, we have found something that is so much more than a mascot that applies very widely, across many aspects of school life.

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Physical Education Programme

We offer a variety of school teams and after-school sport activities such as volleyball, soccer, basketball, swimming, cross-country and badminton.

Within the curriculum, the Physical Education Programme contributes to the overall education of students by helping them to lead full and valuable lives through participation in purposeful physical activity. The programme enables students to develop physical competence and promotes physical development. Students learn the value of participating in physical activity whilst at school and in their wider lives.

We strive to instill in students key values of persistence, commitment, tolerance, respect and optimism, we do this in the hope that it will contribute to engaged and fulfilled lives away from sport and physical activity.

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We work together and help each other become better sportsmen.
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