PUE Kicks off Academic Year with Awards Ceremony to Celebrate Educational Achievements

Qatar Foundation’s Pre-University Education (PUE) kicked off the 2017-2018 academic year with its second annual forum.

The PUE Forum 2017, heldrecently at the Qatar National Convention Centre was attended by over 1,000 people and gave employees the opportunity to network, celebrate achievements, share ideas, and build relationships between teachers and staff members across all of QF’s PUE schools and centres.

QF-PUE President Buthaina Al Nuaimi welcomes the new academic year with an inspiring speech highlighting recent success stories.

The forum featured an awards ceremony – the result of last year’s initiative – designed to recognise exceptional efforts, as well as build morale, motivation, and mutual respect for all PUE employees. Award categories include Exceptional Contribution to Collaboration across Schools; Exceptional Contribution to Student Welfare, Best Education Initiative, Outstanding Teacher, Outstanding Practitioner – Academic, and Outstanding Practitioner – Non-Academic.

Samuel Abrams, along with Essam Quassed, won the ‘Best Education Initiative’ from Awsaj Academy. Abrams said that schools should change by being learner-focused, learner-led, and learner-paced.   

Qatar Academy Doha Arabic teacher Jamila Al Shemmari said she is excited about working towards her own professional goals over the next 12 months.

I have a lot of ideas worth sharing in the field of education and would be incredibly honoured to be recognised at the PUE Forum 2018.’

PUE, part of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development (QF), houses nine schools and academic institutions in Qatar and continually strive to nurture academic excellence and innovation.

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