"12 days to go until EMS 25th Anniversary Celebration".

(April 9, 2017 – April 13, 2017)

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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28th March 2017

Uniform

All students are required to wear the school uniform.

Approved uniform items can be purchased from Edumax (located at Barwa Commercial Avenue in Abu Hamour).

Map – School Uniform Showroom New Location

Ensuring that students are wearing the proper uniform in each class is the parents’ responsibility. Students who arrive at school incorrectly dressed may be asked to make arrangements to get the proper attire. Persistent disregard of the EMS Dress Code will result in disciplinary action.

BOYS GIRLS
Blue polo shirt with EMS logo on pocket Pink Polo shirt with EMS logo on pocket
Navy blue long trousers (no jeans allowed) Navy blue long trousers, or below the knees skirt (no jeans allowed)
Appropriate dark shoes Appropriate dark shoes
Navy blue pullover with EMS logo Navy blue pullover/jacket with EMS logo
Blue baseball cap with EMS logo Blue baseball cap with EMS logo

 

The Year 12 Student uniform is white dress shirt / blouse and black dress trousers / slacks / skirts.

 

Physical Education is compulsory for all students unless there is a longstanding medical problem verified by appropriate doctor’s documentation. Students are also expected to be in possession of sportswear for Physical Education lessons. This must include the following.

 

BOYS GIRLS
School grey t-shirt with school logo School grey t-shirt with school logo
School black shorts or tracksuit bottoms School black tracksuit bottoms
Sports socks Sports socks
Training shoes Training shoes

 

House colours: Primary students are encouraged to wear their House Colours on Wednesdays and at House related activities.

Parents are strongly encouraged to mark their child’s clothing with his/her name or initial so that “lost” items can be more easily identified and returned.