The Ministry of Education and Higher Education announced the start of the activities of its summer camps for a third year starting July 14 and ending August 8.
Head of Programmes and Activities at the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, Fatima Yousef al-Obaidli, said that the activities will be launched at 14 summer centres - seven each for boys and girls - across Qatar.
Al-Obaidli stressed the ministry's keenness to support the students and provide them with fun and useful activities during the summer vacation in order to invest in the students' free time to positively benefit them.
The activities, she said, include an educational programme of entertainment that follows the system of education based on projects.
Al-Obaidli underlined that the programme is designed by educators and experts in the field of technology, science, arts and sports and aims to develop the skills and abilities of the students and encourage them to develop a passion for research and exploration.
It also includes various activities in fields of education, entertainment, sports and technology, in addition to field trips, she added.
She noted that the summer centres target Qatari and non-Qatari students of public schools, as well as Qatari students of private schools, from 6 to 18 years old.