Framework of our After-School Activities programme
The After-School Activities (ASA) programme encourages students to explore their talents and develop new skills, laying the groundwork for them to remain active and involved throughout their lives. Most of our activities are included in the school fees. More than 90% of students take part in at least one activity per week.
Within the holistic framework of ISL, the After-School Activities (ASA) programme provides every student with the opportunity to explore their talents, develop new skills, and be successful beyond the classroom. By trying out new things, young people discover what they are good at. They are motivated to succeed.
We base the structure of our ASA programme on the Long-Term Athlete Development Framework (LTAD) developed by the Canadian Sport for Life Society. Their research shows that children and adults will get active, reach the greatest heights of sport achievement, and–most importantly–stay active if they do the right things at the right times.
After-School Activities key facts
After-School Activities to choose from
of students take part in at least one activity
Cost of most of our activities
“I love animals and drawing stories. Watercolouring is one of my favourite after-school activities.”Martin, 7 years old – Slovakia
From beekeeping to yoga
A non-exhaustive alphabetic list of after-school activities
Art porcelain painting
Ateliers de cuisine / French
Comic book drawing
Gymnastics competition level
Duke of York – Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award
iTime — Innovation and open-sourced learning
Knitting in French
Model United Nations
Recording studio and live sound
Student news and media
Track and field
Winter festival musical
Wonders of clay
What a student thinks about after-school activities
Julien was born in France and joined the ISL community in order to further improve his English. Julien loves the after-school activities at ISL and especially likes track and field, football, and basketball.