Co-Curricular in Elementary School
The elementary Co-Curricular Activities (CCA) program provides a range of experiences to support and enrich students’ learning and to develop social skills through communicating, creating, acting, learning and solving.
Elementary School offers many activities after school for students in grades 1-5. These may include swimming, karate, soccer, dance, and clay pottery among others. Parents receive information regarding all of these activities before or at the start of each quarter.
Ongoing sporting activities form an important part of our CCA program. The following are offered in the Elementary School: soccer, tennis, swimming, basketball, track and field, roller hockey, netball, lacrosse and running club. The Elementary Program is not competitive in nature but focuses on developing each child’s skills, teamwork and participation. Occasionally other schools are invited for friendly matches and the elementary school participates in regular swimming competitions.
Private Music Lessons
An extensive after school music program has been established and offers a wide range of individual instrument tuition opportunities. To learn more about our Private Music Lessons please email Rachel Aondo - firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Sample Elementary School Co-Curricular Activities
Arts & Crafts Clubs
Sports & Games
- Sporting Historians
- Brainpop Quiz Club
Music & Dance Clubs
- Ukulele Club
- Found Sound Club
- Go Noodle Club
- African Dance Club
Service Learning & Student Groups
Science/ Design & Math
- The Home Science Lab Club
- Ultimate STEM Challenge Club
- Simple Home Hacks Club
- Lego Engineering Club
- Slime Time Club
- Math Challenges Club
- Home Decorating Club
- Tinkering Club
- Coding Club
- Yearbook Club
PRIDE (ES Community Leaders)
PRIDE is an ES student leadership group that helps develop leadership skills through active community involvement. PRIDE members work on projects and activities that focus on promoting school spirit and promote community building through service learning. PRIDE members are selected from grades 4 to 5 with the consent of parents, teachers and PRIDE coordinators. Members must attend all meetings, check-in frequently with their PRIDE classroom, participate in all PRIDE events.
PRIDE’s yearly goals are:
- Create and organize initiatives to help ISK's and Kenya's environmental efforts.
- Create and organize initiatives to help ISK students connect with the local Kenyan community.
- Help facilitate a positive environment at ISK.
- Foster opportunities to practice leadership and communication skills.