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Doha Montessori & British School, which opened in October 1997, currently has classes from Pre-School to Year 9 by 2010 the school will offer classes to year 12. The Primary and Secondary classes follow a British style educational programme using the National Curriculum of England and Wales, whilst the Pre-School classes follow a modified Montessori syllabus for early years.

Doha Montessori and British School
http://www.doha-montessori.com
           
Registration Fee ( non- refundable) 2000
           
Resources Levy  
Preschool         650
Reception to Year 6       1,500
Year 7 to Year 10       2,000
           
       

Semester

Annual

Pre School       5800 17,400
Recep
tion to Year 6
    8500 25,500
Year 7 to Year 9     11500 34,500
Year 10       12,500 37,500

Review the School Fees for Other Schools
School Fees for American School of Doha SY 2008-2009
School Fees for The Cambridge School SY 2008-2009
School Fees for Qatar Academy SY 2008-2009
School Fees for Doha English School SY 2008-2009
School Fees for Doha College SY 2008-2009
School Fees for Park House English School SY 2008-2009

Park House English School was founded in Al Mansoura in September 1994. The school hosts children from 50 different nationalities and from Nursery age up to Year 12 in Senior school (the Senior school will extend to Year 13 by 2008). In September 2005, the school moved to a purpose built campus, providing large and airy modern facilities for all pupils. The campus includes an Early Years block for Nursery and Reception children. Primary department for Years 1 through to 6 and a separate Secondary department for Years 7 through to 12. In addition to the these blocks we have an excellent Sports Centre which includes a large multi-sports hall, 25m swimming pool, all-weather football pitch and multi-sport outdoor court.

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Park House English School
http://www.parkhouseschool.com
Entrance Test ( non- refundable) 200
           
Registration Fee ( non- refundable)
Nursery to Year 6       1000
Year 7 to 13         2000
           
Book Fees (Yearly)       1500
           
         

Annual

Nursery         17,250
Reception to Year 6       23,805
Year 7 to Year 9       29,760
Year 10 – 11         32,940
Year 12-13         41,400

Review the School Fees for Other Schools
School Fees for American School of Doha SY 2008-2009
School Fees for Doha Montessori and British School SY 2008-2009
School Fees for The Cambridge School SY 2008-2009
School Fees for Qatar Academy SY 2008-2009
School Fees for Doha English Speaking School SY 2008-2009
School Fees for Doha College SY 2008-2009

We got an email today from one of our readers asking life and about practice of religion in Qatar. Lets me share with you some of our answers.

1. Exit Permit scenario is it true that employer supposed to hold the passport and you need permission from employer everytime  you want to travel or leave Qatar.
You get to hold on to your passport (unlike Saudi). However, government procedures impose that you need to get an EXIT VISA if your planning to go out of the country. That means, you need a written permission from your company that they’re allowing you to leave the country plus approval from Immigration once you submit the requirements. This is applicable for anyone holding a WORK VISA. Families of the employee can leave Qatar anytime they want without the need for an EXIT PERMIT.

You can ask your company to give you a MULTIPLE EXIT PERMIT so you don’t have to apply for an EXIT PERMIT nor get their approval everytime you leave. However, not a lot of companies give this to their employees.

Sports Day Sports Day Sports Day

Xiane participates at the Doha British and Montessori School on December 13.
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Doha Montessori and British School held its Sports Day for the KG-Year 2 classes on December 13.  It was a two and a half hour non-competitive sports event where children from the said classes participated in different sports activities.  My daughter Xianelle almost didn’t attend the Sports day.  She had been having fever for 3 consecutive nights and although she managed to go to school the next day, we thought it best for her to miss the Sports day so she could rest.  We figured going to school on that day would only make her sicker since she would have to engage in physical activities. 

International Day
International Day
International Day

November 29 marked the celebration of International Day at the Doha Montessori and British School (DMBS).  This was the school’s way of recognizing the various nationalities that consist the DMBS community.  As of this term, it is said that the school’s population comprises of students from over 50 different countries.  In Philippine schools  this is like United Nations Day.


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