Extra Curricular Activities (ECA)

ECA Programme
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Extracurricular activities offer opportunities for students to learn the values of teamwork and leadership, individual and group responsibility, physical strength and endurance, self-discipline, time management, competition, diversity, and a sense of culture and community. Moreover, these activities allow them to discover their talents and passions. ECA provides a channel for reinforcing the lessons learned in the classroom, allowing students to apply academic knowledge in a real-world context. ECA is part of a well-rounded education. According to educational research, participating in ECA relates to students’ succession school and continuing education beyond high school. 

ECA helps build friendships and connect students with others from different age groups, strengthening community connections and promoting social skills like leadership and self-confidence. Participating in ECA also helps students learn how to make independent decisions, an essential skill for life. Students who master something outside the classroom often experience increased self-esteem, contributing to better mental and psychosocial health. Research has shown that secondary students who participate in ECA demonstrate higher life satisfaction and optimism, as well as lower anxiety and depressive symptoms. ECA instils self-motivation and determination skills in students, further promoting their personal growth and development. 

Our ECA programme offers a variety of activities to help the students grow in different areas:

  1. Academic Clubs: Stimulating intellectual curiosity through specialised academic interests.
  2. Sports and Fitness: Promoting physical well-being, teamwork, and a healthy lifestyle.
  3. Performing Arts: Nurturing creativity and self-expression through various artistic disciplines.
  4. Creative Writing and Literature: Encouraging a Love for Language and Literary Exploration.
  5. Language, Social, and Cultural Club: Celebrating Diversity, Language Proficiency, and Social Awareness.
  6. Community service: instilling a sense of civic responsibility and empathy through meaningful engagement.
  7. Life Skills and Personal Development: Equipping Individuals with Essential Life Skills for Personal Growth and Success.
  8. Leadership programmes such as Model United Nations: Cultivating leadership qualities and global perspectives through dynamic experiential learning.

Our ECA programme is enriched by these categories, serving as pillars. Below is a sample of our programme. Some elements of our programme remain constant, while others are updated every term.


Sample of ECA Programme

The programme will be changed termly