At English Modern School Doha we embrace internationalism through acceptance of differences, values, and beliefs in our community. This is emulated through our Expected School Wide Learning results (ESLRs).

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25th June 2017

Athletics

Curriculum

The high-quality physical education curriculum in place at EMS Doha looks to inspire all pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically-demanding activities. It provides opportunities for students to become physically confident in a way which supports their health and fitness. Central to the programme is the development of good practice, healthy living and all values encompassed by EMS ESLRs (Expected School wide Learning Results).

In the ECC – Physical Education is about things as basic as getting dressed and undressed or tying shoe laces. The manipulative skills of fastening buttons, zips, etc. are essential for the changing of clothes in readiness for the vigorous physical activity in which the children are about to participate.

The Primary years are all about reinforcement, activity, discovery and experience.

In Secondary levels the programme focuses on physical performance as well as an analytical understanding of performance of self and others.

Many students at EMS regularly compete in representative sport which helps to build character and reinforce important values, such as fairness, teamwork and respect.

Uniform and Expectations

The PE Department asks for your cooperation and support in adhering to the following dress requirements and expectations:

Physical Education Kit

  • EMS Grey T-Shirt
  • EMS Black Shorts
  • Athletic shoes – no football cleats (indoor or outdoor) or school shoes
  • EMS Sweat Shirt/Pants – no black jeans / other sports pants
  • water bottle
  • EMS Baseball Hat
  • Wednesday – House Shirt or PE Shirt (Primary years only)

Swimming (Primary years only)

  • Girls – One piece bathing suit (no t-shirt or shorts)
  • Boys – Swim shorts (no football shorts)

Please Note

  • Long hair should be tied up in a ponytail at the back of the head (no loose flowing hair will be permitted)
  • Jewelry (watches, bracelets or dangling earrings) are not permitted for either boys or girl.
  • No gum/food.

Medical Guidelines

The PE Department asks for your cooperation and support in adhering to the following medical requirements and expectations:

Parents must register all medical conditions at the start of term.

All pupils who have medical issues arising overnight must report to the Medical Centre upon arrival at school in the morning (by 07.10 hrs.) or in any of the break times prior to the lesson, in order to be assessed by the medical staff.

Medical procedures at away fixtures and outings are the responsibility of the controlling staff, reflective of the whole school guidelines covering outings and fixtures.

Parents are requested to keep all contact information up to date with the school in case we need to contact you.