Here is a little bit about me:

  • Hello, Everyone

My name is Miss Nikkola. I am from London, England, and this is my first year as a class teacher at EMS. I have a Bachelors Degree in Theatre and a Post Graduate in Primary Education. Teaching internationally has been one of my best decisions as I've been able to broaden my perspective on the world and learn about different educational philosophies from around the world. . I taught in South Korea for 2 years and 3 years in Vietnam before heading to Doha. I am looking forward to working with your children and building on their knowledge and also getting to know them on a personal level.


Happy International Day

Above are pictures of the students trying Korean food. It looks like they like it...

In English we are learning about non chronological reports. Below are some WONDERFUL PRESENTATIONS the students prepared. They worked so hard over 3 lessons to create these presentations. Enjoy...

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Above is a non chronological report completed by Sarah. What a fabulous Job!

Above is a non chronological report completed by Roaa. Another fabulous Job!

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In maths we are learning about time. Today we explored the difference between a 12 hour and 24 hour clock. Students have to find their matching pair and order themselves without speaking to one another.

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Welcome, Hala!

Qatar National Day!

In maths, we have been learning fractions. In this video, the students have to complete the treasure hunt and find all the correct equivalent fractions.

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ANGRY BIRDS! This was such an amazing trip. Everyone was well behaved and we all had so much fun!

In our science unit we have been learning how to separate solids. The students had to create their own apparatus to separate different solids such as rice, lentils, sand, coffee grains, tea leaves and washing powder. Below are some pictures from the day.

Below are some images of students drawing a diagram to show how to separate insoluble solids and liquids.

In English, we have been writing a Science Fiction story. To start with, we turned a normal fiction story into a Sci-Fi story by changing the key features: characters, setting, transportation, etc. Below is how the class changed the story.

The start of a story is one of the most important parts! We need to entice our reader! In this lesson we learned how describe a setting. Below is the opening paragraph that was completed by the whole class.