We believe it’s important for children to have a holistic education and that education is best when it combines the pursuit of academic excellence with the development of character. That’s why we’re proud of our co-curricular activities, and why our pupils are excelling inside–and outside–the classroom.

By participating in wide range of co-curricular activities, our pupils have the opportunity to pursue their passions, and develop skills such as leadership and teamwork.

For many in our communities, the opportunity to participate in tournaments, festivals and competitions opens up a whole new world of travel and experience that they may not otherwise be exposed to.

Watch the short video below to learn more about our co-curricular activities, or keep on scrolling down the page:

Arts & Crafts

Arts and crafts are essential to develop creative skills in children. They allow for self-expression, cultural enrichment and a whole host of non-academic benefits such as improved self-esteem, improved socialising and better hand-eye coordination.

Ball games

Pupils enjoy a range of ball games from football to netball. It teaches them about the importance of teamwork. Our pupils compete in a wide range of tournaments, giving them the chance to travel, meet and play against children from elsewhere in their country.


Many pupils enjoy chess which challenges them to think strategically. Succeeding at chess takes a lot of practice and many children are very dedicated to their chosen sport. They have been so successful that they have represented their schools, and even their countries, at international tournaments across Africa.


Coding is becoming extremely popular amongst our pupils. We have a range of partnerships that enable our boys and girls to learn about coding and take part in events. In fact they have been so successful they’ve given keynote speeches at community coding gatherings.


Excursions take our pupils outside of the classroom and into a world of work; introducing pupils to environments like factories, power plants and a wide variety of places and professions.


Song and dance is an important part of community life. Pupils take part in performances; festivals and events across their Country, giving them an opportunity to showcase their skills. They often compete in music competitions and do really well at local, regional and national levels.

Science club

Science club builds on essential learning skills such as critical thinking, thought processes and experimentation to develop a child’s confidence and curiosity about the world around them, including how and why things work.


Scouting is all about leadership and life skills with an emphasis on team-building, being outdoors and adventure! It’s an opportunity to be part of a global movement built on the basis of an education outside of the classroom.


Taekwondo helps our pupils to show their physical and intellectual prowess; it’s a very strategic sport. Our pupils have been repeatedly crowned national champions. They have also been proud to represent their countries in international competitions.

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