After School Clubs
Fun and learning can extend beyond the classroom in the form of extra-curricular activities. From music and the arts, to organized sports, after school activities can help to build community, school spirit, and camaraderie between and among staff and students. In addition, these opportunities enable students to pursue interests, hone skills, discover hidden talents, and develop team building and leadership skills. We encourage all students to take part.
The after school clubs are offered for free for 7 weeks in each semester on Wednesdays from 2:40pm-3:30pm after school.
This club will work to empower students to advocate kindness and peace.
Agriculture & Recycling Club:
Building a relationship with the environment is important in making students more active. This club will help them get in touch with their emotional intelligence, which will then help them to improve their writing.
Students will learn how to design and build a robot. They will be encouraged to think outside the box and come up with creative solutions when the robot doesn't perform as expected. High performers will be chosen to compete in external competitions.
We will be sharing information with all students regarding the prophets. Includes plays about important events. Students will develop knowledge regarding prophets and their life history while indirectly learning about human life values.
Collaborative Games Club:
This will be an assortment of different games that take place in the cage and in the classrooms. Focus will be on friendly/ safe competitions and prizes for the winning team at the end of each week.
Journalism Club (Arabic):
Journalism is one of the main components of the Arabic language. This club will help students become educated individuals with an increased knowledge about the current affairs in the news.
Jenga is an exciting game that can be played with 2+ players. This club will help build concentration as well as hand-eye coordination. It will also create a non-academic environment for the students to enjoy.
Drama Club (Arabic):
Drama is an artistic component of the Arabic language. This club will help students build their confidence in public speaking and enacting as well as improve the ability to speak correctly.
By using square set and grid paper, this club will focus on drawing of different types of mathematical projects. Students will also draw different types of 2D and 3D shapes using the grid system and solving different types of navigation and bearing etc.
Debate Club (MUN):
This club prepares students for the Model United Nations annual event.
After School Club Schedule for 5th February to 25th March 2020
|Kindness Club||Ms. Riana Rooyen||JK3||1-5|
|Agriculture & Recycling Club||Ms. Dalia, Ms. Enas & Ms. Marwa||3A||1-3|
|Robotics Club||Ms. Rania Hassan||ES Computer Lab||3-5|
|Journalism Club (Arabic)||
Ms. Enas H, Mr. Mahmoud &
|Islamic Club - Prophets Stories||Mr. Shabrawi||4B||
|Cooking Club||Ms. Shimma El Sayed||12A||5-6|
|Jenga Club||Mr. Nooruddin & Ms. Leena||Bio Lab||6-12|
|Debate Club||Ms. Ilze and Ms. Zeina||12A||11-12|
|Math Club||Dr. Khalid||Physics Lab||11-12|
|Drama Club (Arabic)||Mr. Abdalla||11A||9-12|
|Collaborative Games Club||Mr. Peter||Soccer Field (small)||4-5|