Students can significantly enhance their private education by supplementing their formal learning with extracurricular activities. We offer an extensive variety of sports clubs, cultural activities such as singing and drama, and language classes.
Check out the extracurricular programme for the 2018/2019 academic year and relevant registration forms.
For more information, please contact:
Stéphane Laloy: firstname.lastname@example.org for students from Preschool to 8th grade
Maria Zufferey: email@example.com for students from 9th to 14th grade
Outings and trips
Outings and trips provide an excellent addition to the curriculum and extra-curricular activities. We offer our students an extensive and exciting programme of visits and trips.
Annual ski camp
Every year students are taken on a week-long ski camp. Here they will learn to ski or improve their skiing ability, as well as participate in other snow-sports, play games or learn how to cook. The trip always provides an excellent community-building opportunity for our staff and students.
There are many opportunities for our students to take part in overseas trips, here are just a few examples: retreat to Rome, cultural trip to London, discovery trips to Greece or Japan, humanitarian trips to Tanzania, Thailand and Madagascar.
Outings and trips for our boarding students
Every weekend our 7-day boarders have the opportunity to go on visits and trips in the local area, including hopping over the borders into Italy or France, shopping trips, visiting local restaurants, or participating in outdoor activities. During the autumn break, boarding students go on a 10 day overseas trip which serves as an ice breaker and enable boarding students to get to know each other, strengthen ties and develop a sense of belonging to the boarding family. From January they go skiing every weekend until the end of the ski season. Find out more here
A school bus service exists to help those living within 25km of our campus get to and from school.
A school nurse is available on campus during the day and treats students’ minor medical problems. Should more serious medical needs arise, our campus is in close proximity of health care clinics and hospitals with whom we have an excellent relationship.
We also offer a counselling service for children going through stressful situations. The school psychologist can help students work through problems they may have, whether it is related to their studies or a more personal matter. The sessions are discrete and no information is shared without the consent of the person concerned.
There are two speech therapists on campus. Teachers and parents decide together whether a student consults a speech therapist.
Mediators and coaches
A team of mediators and two coaches are available for primary and secondary students. The team intervenes in conflictual situations between students and guide them through their problems.