About Newton International School D-Ring Road (NIS)
At Newton International School D-Ring Road, by applying the British Curriculum to our utmost best, we try to help our students stand on the shoulders of giants of Mathematics, Science, Literature and all human endeavours in order to not just learn what was, but also to reach further and participate in man's flourishing of the world and to celebrate the harvest of their work.
Our schools have given us a great opportunity to bring out the best in the children who come to Qatar from all over the world; a true gathering of cultures, languages and nationalities. They discover that they have gathered here for the purpose of learning, discovering, playing, loving and respecting each other. Yes, it is also in the curriculum that teachers create opportunities for their students to love, respect and celebrate their differences.
We have adopted the British Curriculum not by default of having a school which should follow a particular curriculum; in fact the contrary is the truth. We have established our first school in order to actualise, to the best of our abilities, the British Curriculum! It is our belief that such a curriculum, when applied with dedication and creativity, gives a child one of his/hers best chances to develop into a well-rounded free human being, who will be best equipped to live and flourish in our modern world.
We believe that education is one of man's greatest transformative powers that needs to be honed and improved all the time. At our schools we strive to improve continuously. This has earned the trust of many parents living in Qatar and made us grow in twelve years from a humble beginning of a small school in two villas with about 200 students in 2006, to eight campuses with a family of around 10,000 students in 2018.
My childhood school, went here basically all my life until I had to leave for year 7.
Not much homework, most of The teachers are nice, had a lot of friends, etc.
Some kids picked on me and I will admit the school didn’t handle bullying very well but you’re less likely gonna get bullied anyways.
Their English is extreamely good as well, and they would give you activities during lessons so that you understand the topic more instead of having to listen to lectures and write down notes (u can still write notes if u want to).
I definitely learnt a lot here, highly recommend.
(Also I’m writing this from MY experience and no one else so others may have different perspectives)