Extra-curricular activities facilitate the development of various domains of the students’ minds. It develops personality such as intellectual, emotional, social, moral and aesthetic development. Creativity, enthusiasm, energetic, and positive thinking are some of the facets of personality development and the outcomes of these activities.
In order to meet the well-being, physical, social, emotional, leadership development and recreational needs of our students, there is a range of extra-curricular activities available.
Hence, extra-curricular activities are divided into:
- Compulsory Activities
- Non-Academic activities
- Academic activities
- Diction and Oratory
- Sports and Games
- Community Service
- The Edinburgh and Award Scheme
Non-Academic Extra-Curricular Activities
- Aerobic and Martial Arts
- Uniform Clubs; Girls Guide, Boys Scout, Red Cross
- Music and Drama Group
- Arts and Crafts Group
- Home Makers Club
- Chess Club
Academic Extra -Curricular Activities
- Writers’ Club
- Literary and Debating Society
- Young Farmers’ Club
- Code Club
- The Commonwealth & Historical Society
- Mathematics Club
- JETS Club
- French Club
- Space Club
- Business Group
- Sport is an integral part of the school. Therefore, it is compulsory for every student to take part in sporting activities, except if exempted by the School Matron due to the physical well-being of such student; or the Vice Principal Academic if the student is on academic probation.
However, if the parents feel the student may not be able to actively participate in sports, they are to write through the Vice Principal, Administration and Student Life to the Principal.
- All students taking part in sporting activities are expected to wear the school sportswear. Failure to do this may lead to suspension of the student from the sports arena for a specific period.
- All students must wear white canvas or trainers during sports. No other colour will be accepted. However, for football boots, students may be allowed to use any other colour.