Extra Curricular Activities
Extra Curricular Activities
Extra-Curricular refers to activities, programs and learning experiences that compliment, in some way, what pupils and students are learning in school. It develops attitudes of cooperation, citizenship, sportsmanship and teamwork. It teaches pupils to be responsible and fulfilled human beings and should give them opportunities that may benefit them in later life. It allows learners to develop character, social skills, critical thinking and talents. It supports the curriculum and the values that we are trying to install.
How it works
Most pupil choose one activity for Community services, one creative and a sporty activity.
Art and Craft club
This is the club that introduces how to produce creative work, explore your ideas and learn new Art and Craft techniques. Students will learn fundamental laws and techniques of drawing and develop their creativity and imagination. Students will use art room and explore different art and craft material.
Students are able to have a constructive debate of topics pertaining to current events. Students are broken up into two groups. Each team is given a set period of time to prepare an argument. A club member serves as a recorder while the others are sharing their opinions. One team will argue in favour (pro) and the other will argue in opposition (con). During the debate one member stands and speaks on behave of the group. The opposing team is only allowed to speak during their designated time.
By participating on a debate team, students learn the art of persuasion. Research has shown that participation in debates increases students’ academic performance and increases their chances of earning a college degree. Many colleges offer summer programs that teach debating skills. Students benefit from preparing for debates by honing their research skills. They also benefit from the experience of speaking in public.
Hand Writing Club
The Handwriting Club is designed to strengthen and develop foundational motor skills and spatial and perceptual skills, review of letter formation and commonly reversed letters, and sentence writing practice.
The choir seeks to develop certain attributes in students like being outspoken, eloquent, bold and self-confident on stage and also applying these qualities in other fields of life. We learn vocals, how to sing along with notes of different music and also perfect our voices through playbacks.
This club is designed to give students who are interested in creating apps the opportunity and resources to learn basic computer programming skills; it introduces the concept of programming and game creation to inspire future developers. The purpose of the code-in club is to broaden students’ knowledge, skills, and interests in computer science and computer programming. No previous skills required. They will use the ICT lab and their tablets/ipads to develop computer science competencies. All learners in year 5-to year 11 are welcome to join this club.
Our main group exercise in Aerobics club is a routine dance which lasts for about 5 minutes intervals with different age groups who do different fun based exercises. Participation in regular aerobic exercises has many health benefits. All learners accross the school are welcome to join this club.
Clinic club is for all students across the schools who need extra help in different subjects. The main duty of the teacher is to assist and to make sure the students are on task and making steady progress throughout the session.
This is a service to the public. It involves charity work with selected vulnerable groups, fund-raising initiatives and environmental conservation awareness activities within and outside school. All learners across the school are welcome to this club.