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  • Doha English Speaking School (DESS) is one of the oldest British schools in Doha
  • Doha English Speaking School (DESS) is one of the oldest British schools in Doha
  • Doha English Speaking School (DESS) is one of the oldest British schools in Doha
  • Doha English Speaking School (DESS) is one of the oldest British schools in Doha
  • Doha English Speaking School (DESS) is one of the oldest British schools in Doha
  • Doha English Speaking School (DESS) is one of the oldest British schools in Doha

The Library at DESS

The library is a large, colourful, calm and welcoming area.  It is well stocked with over 17,000 resources comprising of fiction, non-fiction and picture books.  In addition, a weekly newspaper called 'First News' is offered to our older children keeping them up to date on current affairs. One of the the main features of the library are the two "Majlis" which are popular relaxed seating areas where the children enjoy "story time" or independent reading.

Divided into age appropriate areas, children enjoy progressing their reading as they progress through the school and are introduced to a wide variety of books whilst doing so. Our main aim is for children to foster a love of reading, book appreciation and to learn library skills.

The Library is open from 7:10am until 2:00pm each day.  All children have the opportunity to change their books every day before school (from 7:10am until 7:30am) and at their first break time, in addition to their time-tabled library sessions.

Library Competitions

Competitions are held on a monthly basis, commencing on the first of each month of the academic year.
KS1 February Competition: What sport do you like to play and why?
KS2 February Competition: Who is your favourite sports person and why do they inspire you?

The competition ends on Wednesday, 28th February.

January Competition Winners: KS1 - Aisha (2A) - Send a postcard to the librarians telling them about your favourite holiday and KS2 - Cara (3C) - Record a book review.

Library Monitors

Each term we select Library Monitors from our KS2 year groups. This is a responsible role where children have an input into the every day running of the library at DESS. We would like to congratulate the following children for being awarded this position:

- Hannah and Sammy (Year 3)
- Anna and Saoirse (Year 4)
- Ethan and Zoya (Year 5)
- Maisum (Year 6)

We would welcome applications for our new Library Monitor team which will become effective from the Summer term. Any child who wishes to apply may do so by writing a short piece (one line to a paragraph) about why they would like to become a monitor. Submissions should be handed in to the library team.

After School

The library will be open every Sunday from 2:15pm until 3:15pm for children to visit with their parents or guardians for book exchange and to utilise the library facilities. The library will also be open every Monday, Tuesday from 2:15pm-3:15pm and Thursday from 1.15pm-2.15pm for children to be able to complete homework.

Please could children remain with their parents in the library after school and respect this quiet area. Respectfully, we ask that no mobile phones are used in the library. Unfortunately we cannot allow food or drink in the library.