Philosophy of Co-Curricular Activities Programme at UISZ

After school activities are designed to enhance the development of the whole child, and provide an extension to the main school curriculum. The activities are designed using the specific whole school foci, multiple intelligences, interests of the students and the expertise of the teaching staff. Therefore, what is offered enables the students to pursue personal interests, develop new skills and knowledge or explore different aspects of learning. The philosophy of the IB will be extended into the after school programme and students will be able to continue developing the various aspects of the IB Learner Profile. The CCA's will also enable IB students to achieve their Action for Service and CAS hours.

CCA's happen every Tuesday and Thursday from 2:40 to 3.35. There are 6 rotations in which students have the freedom to choose their preferences. utahloy

Overview of CCA's 2016-2017

Primary

Football
Badminton
Chinese painting
Touch Rugby
Library Skills
Ukelele
Outdoor art
Maori history & traditions
Intuitive painting
Reading story tie

Athletics
Peer mediators
Sewing
Beading
Tai Chi
Cross stich
Cooking
Spanish
Chinese chess
Card games

Swimming
Chess
Knitting
Music & Rhythm
Print making
Origami
Jewelry making
Lego's
Photography
Photo shop

Basketball
Board games
Cosmic yoga
Baking
Math online games
Chinese singing
Chinse calligraphy
Korean Language
Matchstick making
Mindfulness

Secondary

Viewing Korean culture
Knitting
Table tennis
Journalism
Scrap book
Reporting (media & communication)
Chinese tea art
Pencil Drawing
Circus skills
English movies

School band
Origami
Yearbook
Paper rolling
Graphic & web design
Library helpers
Mask Making
Meditation & Mindfulness
Beginner Yoga
Story making

Reading club
Street art
Nature purification
Book club
Mahjong
Orchestra
Sock puppet making
Silk flower making
Drawing (pencil, pen & charcoal)

Tai chi
Motivational Learning
Getting to know the world's greatest artists
Badminton
Model United Nations (MUN)
Korean language and literature
Korean book club
Film analysis
Creative thinking workshop

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Service & Creativity rotation for Secondary students

In rotation 6 all the secondary students are involved in the Service and Creativity rotation. Every class will have different project they need to finish within the rotation. Project as local school visit, orphanage visit, organizing international day, dragon house fire pit making, grow food for canteen and teaching the year 1 to 4 primary students maths, science, sports, languages and arts. The students use these project for their Action for Service and Creativity, Action and Service portfolio's.

 

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