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Brought to you by the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC), Tamreen uses the excitement around the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ to inspire young people to learn. These resources have been created with the Ministry of Education & Higher Education, so they are aligned with the Qatar National Curriculum.
It explores Qatar’s FIFA World Cup™ journey – from the historic bid to become hosts, all the way through to the legacy that the tournament will create. Films, games, quizzes and more, all aligned to the national curriculum, provide the basis for flexible and fun lesson plans.
Explore the art and culture that make Qatar unique and discover how the FIFA World Cup™ can inspire the nation to be more active and healthy.
Help young people to identify their rights and responsibilities as citizens – and show them how to act as ambassadors for Qatar by welcoming the world.
Find out more about Qatar's unique compact hosting plan and see how maths plays a part in planning a FIFA World Cup™.
Teach young people what a community is and how working together and respecting each other can lead us to achieve great things.
Discover the cultural and natural inspirations behind Qatar’s newest stadium, Al Janoub, and the impact that the stadium is having on the local community.
Find out how the FIFA World Cup 2022™ can inspire Qatar to become a healthier nation through exercise and healthy eating. Ages: 13-15. Subjects: Science, Citizenship, PE, Business studies.
Learn about the community engagement initiatives the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) is working to showcase Qatar’s rich cultural and artistic heritage. Ages: 15-17. Subjects: Citizenship, Art.
Test students' understanding of polygons and other geometrical shapes that form an integral part of the iconic stadium designs for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™. Ages: 12-14. Subject: Maths.