Beyond The Classroom
Providing every child with a holistic educational experience is important to us. All our schools offer a vast array of after-school activities designed to enrich student learning, encourage creativity, broaden horizons and develop additional skills.
Our unique co-curricular programme, run during school hours, extends curricular learning by providing students with creative, performance, service, and sporting opportunities. Our house system and student council encourage a strong sense of community, leadership, and team spirit.
LEARNING TO PERSEVERE
We are living in a sedentary age where increased levels of automation and digitization are contributing to a generation of inactive children. We at SOAR take a more significant share of responsibility for getting our children active.
Our P.E program is taught not only in terms of physical skill development but also through soft skills. Although a broad concept, specific ones such as mindfulness, perseverance, and self-motivation are both explicitly and implicitly practised and taught through sport, movement, and physical activity.
LEARNING TO EXPRESS
Research, reasoning, and even public speaking skills are just a few of the many benefits that come with learning to be a good debater. From planning your argument – even if it’s one you disagree with – to choosing your words with care, debating can prepare you to take on any challenge life may present to you.
At SOAR our students are exposed to improved articulation, quick thinking, a resolution to the conflict, emotional Control, finding meaning in complex situations, presentation skills, and a broader view of the world through debating competitions.
LEARNING TO EXPLORE
Field trips expand children's learning that happens beyond the four walls of the classroom. It not only allows our students to make meaningful connections and realisations but also has an impact on the location and people that they visit.
LEARNING TO EXPLORE
PORTRAY DRAMA & MUSIC
Participation in extracurricular activities such as Drama and Music not only helps students in improving memory, attention, and concentration but also gives them a sense of achievement and purpose. As a way forward in the new academic term our students will learn to evolve as kinesthetic and empathetic learners with better intellectual understanding through plays and songs.
LEARNING TO SHARE
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. often spoke of a Beloved Community—” one that requires acts of service based on justice and equal opportunities.”
If you look around your community, you’ll probably find at least a few places that accept donations -- like food pantries, orphanages, underdeveloped school libraries, and relief camps, just to name a few.
Students at our school learn the value of helping and sharing whether that’s collecting, teaching, volunteering, or something else. We believe that you should be able to find something to inspire you to get out there and do.