The Co-Curricular, CAS and Extra -Curricular environment of our school is not just a group of activities within school and after school hours, they are virtual classrooms without borders with a complete integration within the daily learning and teaching environment. We strongly believe and commit ourselves that this crucial pedagogical tool is no more a tool but it is one of the most important layers in our multi layered curriculum. Therefore we defined 9 learning outcomes to be reached through our clubs and Creativity-Action-Service integrated hours.
Learning outcomes are rather different than assessment objectives because they are not rated on a scale. For the school, the “completion decision” in relation to each student is, simply, an answer to the question, “Have these outcomes been achieved and what were there curricular benefits in the teaching and learning environment habitat of the students?”
As a result of their Club ( Virtual classrooms without borders) and CAS experience as a whole, including their reflective statements, there should be evidence that students have:
Amplified their readiness in investing within their own strengths and ranges for growth.
They are able to invest in themselves as individuals with diverse skills and abilities, some more developed than others, and be able to make choices about how they wish to face the challenges of the 21st century by leading their choices to the next level.
Succeeded within their new encounters.
Do not be afraid to undertake new encounters to reach their lifetime benchmarks.
Initiated and Carried On with useful and relevant activities.
Within a team spirit environment, they must plan and initiate by fully collaborating with others.
Worked collaboratively with others.
Collaboration can be manifested in many different activities, such as team sports, playing music in a band, or helping in a kindergarten. At least one project involving collaboration and the integration of at least two of creativity, action and service, is required.
Been Committed in all their activities.
They must be fully serious in achieving the different tasks asked to be accomplished within the course of those activities, and face seriously all the difficulties faced while accomplishing those tasks.
Empowered their global mindedness trait and approach.
Students must be involved in international and national projects but there are many global issues that can be acted upon locally or nationally, such as environmental concerns and caring for the elderly.
Based their decisions on their ethical infrastructure and norms.
Ethical decisions represent the back bone layer of all their activities (for example, on the sports field, in musical composition, in relationships with others involved in service activities). Students must show evidence of thinking about ethical issues in various ways, including journal entries and conversations with the club advisors.
Developed new abilities, talents and skills.
As with new challenges, new skills may be shown in activities that the student has not previously undertaken, or in increased expertise in an established area. All eight outcomes must be present for a student to complete the general requirements building the school learner profile and nurture in him the SCF competences and complementing his learner objectives.
Acquired more elements crucial for their STEM and STEAM Projects.
In order to benefit from those activities, students must make sure and prove to their advisors and facilitators that those activities are creating in them enough needed grassroots and seed data helping them enrich the diverse nature of their STEM and STEAM projects.
|Holy Quran Competition Club||Grades 2 – 12|
|Arabic Poetry Club ( Souk Ukaz )||Grades 7 – 12|
|My Identity Club||Grades 1 – 12|
|Ciné – Club||Grades 10 -12|
|Art and Craft Club||KG 1- KG 2|
|Eco – Club||Grades 9 – 12|
|Technology Club||Grades 4 – 11|
|Table Tennis Club||Grades 7 – 12|
|Basket Ball Club||Grades 2 – 12|
|Football Club||Grades 2 – 12|
|Swimming Club||Grades 1 – 12|
|Journalism Club||Grades 9 -12|
|Photo Club||Grades 7 -12|
|Public Speaking Club||Grades 6 – 12|
|MUN Club||Grades 10 -12|
|Green Club||Grades KG – 8|
|Sustainability Club||Grades KG – 8|
|Chess Club||Grades 2 -12|
|Cross Stitch Club||Grades KG 2 – 6|
|International Culinary Club||Grades 8 -12|
|Books’ Pals Club||Grades 1 -12|
|Science Club||Grades 1- 12|
|Robotics Club||Grades 4 – 12|
|Drama & Theater Club||Grades 4 – 12|
|Chess Club||Grades 4 – 12|
|Desktop Publishing Club||Grades 4 – 12|
|Video Editing Club||Grades 4 – 12|
|Hand Ball Club||Grades 4 – 12|
|Badminton Club||Grades 4 – 12|
|GIS Club||Grades 1 – 12|
|Latest Innovations Club||Grades 4 – 12|