SC’s educational platform helps students develop core skills while learning about FIFA World Cup legacy
Tamreen, an interactive platform, is offering toolkits to help students aged 8-18 develop skills in core curriculum areas while gaining an understanding of the SC’s development goals and the legacy of Qatar 2022.
Students, educators and parents can benefit from a range of educational resources, including games, videos, quizzes and infographics, designed specifically with young people in mind.
The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) has announced new updates to Tamreen, the online educational platform it launched in partnership with the Ministry of Education & Higher Education (MoEHE) to help students develop core skills while learning about the legacy of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, said a Press note from the SC media team.
Khalid Al Mawlawi, the SC’s Chief of Tournament Experience, said Tamreen carries forward the SC’s commitment to include youth in plans and preparations for the mega-event.
“Part of our mission at the SC is to inspire Qatar’s future leaders using the power of the World Cup,” said Al Mawlawi.
“Through Tamreen, we have been able to involve youth in our plans and help them understand the important legacy Qatar 2022 will leave for the country, the region and the world. Tamreen also helps to boost excitement for the tournament, which is now only one year away.”
Fawzia Abdulaziz Al Khater, Assistant Undersecretary for Educational Affairs at MoEHE, said, “Tamreen has played an active role in igniting young people’s passion and enthusiasm for the World Cup.
“Most importantly, we’ve been able to communicate important features of the tournament and the SC’s legacy programmes, all the while meeting the educational goals that schools, teachers and parents in Qatar aspire to achieve.”
The 25 toolkits, which are available through Tamreen’s new website, cover a range of topics about the FIFA World Cup™, including, legacy, sustainability and accessibility. The refreshed platform will offer opportunities for schools to get special recognition based on their online activity and provide students a chance to showcase their skills and creativity through various competitions.
Since its launch in March 2019, Tamreen has registered more than 200 governmental and 20 private schools in its programme. Aligned with the national curriculum, the toolkits cover core subject areas, including mathematics, science, Arabic, English, social studies and art.
To learn more about Tamreen or to register, visit www.tamreen.qa.