St. Louis School is committed to providing a broad extra-curricular programme including sports, arts, music and learning activities for our pupils.
Extra-curricular activities help children develop socially, emotionally, physically and academically. They increase pupils' confidence levels and teach them responsibility and discipline. Initially they provide children with a ‘taster’ of an activity/sport linked to their interests and fine tune their skills which can help to develop hobbies. These hobbies in turn can pave the way for their future goals, dreams, activities and in some cases, careers.
Extra-curricular activities take place from Monday to Friday, at different times (during lunch break, after school and on Wednesday afternoons) beginning at the end of September until the end of May. They are divided into Off Campus (organised in different locations) and On Campus activities (organised within the school premises). There is an excellent team of peripatetic instrumental teachers who are highly qualified and experienced in a range of instruments including flute, saxophone, drums, piano, violin, guitar and clarinet. Examiners from the Associates Board of Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) of London, the world's leading music examining board, hold exams at our school.
The St. Louis School newspaper has been aiming to spread the word among students and adults since 2012.
Because our staff consists only of high school students (ages 14 to 17) coming from different cultural backgrounds, our articles are diverse and based on current news from all around the world.
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