WATCH: We Are Qatar - the back to school edition at Doha English Speaking School

By QL Videos

It's back to school season, so in the spirit of things, Shaun and the Qatar Living team decided to drop in at the Doha English Speaking School (DESS) to teach a substitute class.

DESS is one of Qatar's oldest British schools, catering to children between the ages of 3 and 11.

The QL team put together a quick visual challenge for the students to identify school-related items.

Many of the kids proved up to the task, and for those who guessed wrong, they made up for it with their enthusiam.

Located in Fereej Kulaib, DESS is comprised of a diverse student body. By the end of Grade 6, the school prepares students to go on to attend local schools, UK independent schools and grammar schools within and outside of Qatar.

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