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Extra Activities


Poetry can be a brilliant route to reading for both new or reluctant readers. Typically shorter than prose, it can look like a less intimidating page of text when children are starting to read. Rhyme and repetition are excellent ways for learners to develop an awareness of phonics and rhythms.


Drama gives children opportunities to explore, discuss and deal with difficult issues and express their emotions in a supportive environment. It encourages creatively, develops critical thinking and problem-solving skills that can be applied in all areas of learning.

Swimming Club

Swimming keeps your child’s heart and lungs healthy, improves strength and flexibility, increases stamina and even improves balance and posture. Joining a swim team will give your child something to look forward to each week away from school.


This club is devoted to exploring and experiencing French and francophone culture. The activities vary from learning French, listening to french music, learning about different french cuisine and culture, doing fun francophone projects, reading french poetry to playing games.

Karate Club

Karate practice strengthens the mind, develops composure, a clearer thought process, deeper insight into one's mental capabilities, and more self-confidence. It strengthens the entire body, improves coordination, quickens reflexes, builds stamina and overall health.

Chess Club

Chess has been persuasively linked with improving children's concentration, problem-solving, critical, original and creative thinking – and even mathematical abilities. It is also said to help with memory storage and how young brains manage information

Cookery Club

Spending time in the kitchen and cooking new recipes helps children to develop a positive connection to all different types of foods including fruits and vegetables. Forming a positive experience with fresh foods is so important because healthy foods are the foundation for good nutrition. Children will also learn basic cooking skills that they can use for the rest of their lives.

Spelling Bee

Spelling BEE creates a relaxed and fun environment in the classroom. Learners get a chance to practice and motivate them in improving their vocabulary. The spelling bee will allow your child to develop a range of cognitive skills including the ability to handle pressure. The learning process is likely to enhance your child's memory and better learning skills, which are highly beneficial during higher education.

Tennis Club

Tennis in particular provides countless physical benefits for children. It develops their hand-eye coordination, gross motor control (through court movement and ball striking), fine motor control (through finessed drop shots and angled volleys), balance and body coordination, all the while building acceleration, speed, leg strength, agility and flexibility. Tennis also promotes overall good health in children.

Computer Classes

Kids that have the opportunity to learn computers are ready to face a technological world where everything is computerized. This is the main reason why it's important to enroll your children in computer classes.

Gymnastics club

Gymnastics is a pretty great sport. Which stimulates cognitive growth, develops strong and healthy bones, instills an understanding of discipline, fosters self-esteem from an early age.

Darts Club

Improves hand/eye coordination: Playing darts can improve your child's hand-eye coordination due to the high amount of accuracy and precision involved.