Dear Parents,

     As the school starts its new academic year, we are also organizing worthwhile activities to make our students explore their physical, creative, social, and career interests with like-minded people.  Getting involved in new activities with new people is a fun way to challenge them. Trying something different may bring them in contact with students they didn't know who share their interests and curiosity. Participating in extracurricular activities helps them to be well-rounded and responsible.

     We are organizing different clubs for our students and you can help them choose the club they want to be in. The main objective of our clubs is to ensure the students are engaged during the sessions, learning new skills and gaining the most they can from their experience. They are encouraged to fully interact, enabling them to feel an integral part of their chosen activity. Club sessions will be held every Tuesday and will be in the 8th session.

Held by qualified advisers, we offer a full range of activities including: 

 

 STEM Club     

 Drama & Performing Arts Club

 Qur’an Club   

 Scouting and Governors Club

 Music & Arts Club

 Home-Makers Club

 French Club

  STEM Club   

    The STEM club is based on most important curriculum subjects that are Science & Technology, English and Math.

 

Science Club: The primary objective is to get the students there and keep them excited about science. Activities are designed primarily to introduce students to interesting and exciting science ideas. The secondary goal is to relate these ideas to science concepts from the classroom, as well as explain science topics.

Technology – Robotics Club: Robotics club is a great way to share enthusiasm about robotics with other students. The students will learn about hardware, software and other things in the exciting world of robotics. Competitions will be held to inspire invention and also provide entertainment for the entire school & students' families.

 

English – Journalism Club: The purpose of the Journalism Cub is to bring together students interested in journalism from all degree programs to discuss and research matters affecting our school. These discussions will help them to build their language skills in English language and also will increase their general knowledge about the things going on around them.  The club will organize a school magazine which can be a tool to bring out in the students their talents in forms of writing and photography. As well as they will be able to contribute more in the weekly school newsletter.

 

Math Club: The Math Club is a recognized student academic club with many social and educational activities aimed at anyone interested in mathematics or statistics. The members will learn techniques on solving math problems fast and easy. Also, to find a “real-world” application of mathematics in our school. Together with the Science and English Clubs it also organizes quiz bee competition to talented and interested students in Math, Science & English. 

 

 

   Drama & Performing Arts Club:

  

The club aims to develop self confidence through communication and interactions by expressing their feelings and emotions. The members will have an experience to act, sing and dance. The club also dreams to have a production number that showcases their talents.

   

Qur’an Club                                                

According to our faith that all Muslims should learn to read and understand the Holy Qur'an, we will try our best to teach our next generation Qura’an and Tajweed. Students in this club can share their thoughts and opinions on the spiritual journey through Holy Qur'an and they will finish the Qur'an together.

 

  

Scouting and Governors Club               

This club will be training our students to become responsible citizens of their generation.  By doing so, they will have responsibilities on how to become leaders or little law-enforcers that could foster discipline and leadership

  

Music & Arts Club                       

Children who experiment with colours, clay, paints and other artistic medium are good candidates for arts clubs and music will enhance their imaginative mind and will help them to learn with it.  The club aims to discover the members’ talents in playing musical instruments, drawing, painting and sketching.  They will be given the chance to display their own art works in the Open Day Exhibitions.

 

 

Home-Makers Club         

This club wishes to give your kids valuable lessons in cooking, baking, sewing, house cleaning and responsibility that they need now and later in life.  To become organize in what they are doing is the primary objective in this club.  They will find work enjoying and exciting one.

 

   

French Club:

       The French Club encourages the practice of the French language among the students. It also seeks to expand the knowledge    and awareness of French cultures. These weekly French conversations will help students in understanding the French language and participate in the festivals and other events in French.  In this club, students will get a chance to attend educational lectures, presentations and demonstrations done by other students as well as the club teacher

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