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Thursday Club Options

 

Eco Art

with Ms. Kyla Kin

for Pre-Nursery and Nursery

 

As our world changes and develops we have become more conscious of the waste we create. In Eco Art we will be using materials in which are natural and eco-friendly in order to develop the understanding of what it means to reuse, reduce and recycle. "One man's junk is another man's treasure." We will be creating art pieces with different recyclable materials, and exploring the outdoors to find materials for our art. This club is to encourage the children to get their creative juices flowing and find innovative ways to use materials to create art.

 

Balance Bikes   

provided by 天大 KIDS BALANCE BIKE CLUB         

for Pre-Nursery, Nursery and Reception

 

LEGO FUN CLUB

for Pre-Nursery, Nursery and Reception

 

Yoga and Movement

with Ms. Wendy Zheng

for Reception, Year 1, and Year 2

 

Through video and live teaching, students can relax their bodies and reduce stress. Come join us to get some gentle exercise and practise balance, breathing and controlled movement

 

Handcrafts Club

with Ms. Shirley Yang

for Year 1 and Year 2

 

We use different materials to make creative handcrafts. It helps develop children's imagination and practice their fine motor skills. Handcrafts also practice children's hand-eye coordination, creativity, and concentration.

 

Board Games

with Ms. Linda Li

for Year 1 and Year 2

 

Come and have fun building up your strategy skills with some popular board games.

 

Twinkl Original Story Club

with Ms. Bree Huang

for Year 1 and Year 2

 

Twinkl original story pack contains a range of resources to help children to support learning. It contains a copy of the text, role play activities, crafts, games and more. We will have story reading, craft making, role play activities, and games during club time. Students can build their vocabulary, reading skills and communication skills. I hope we all will have a meaningful time together.

 

Mindful Colouring

with Ms. Jody Zhou

for Year 1 and Year 2

 

Mindful coloring asks us to focus on how we choose and apply color in a design to bring our awareness to the present moment. This process is similar to meditation. It can improve our overall sense of well-being. We feel more relaxed by paying attention to the present moment. We are also practicing training our minds to focus which can help in our study.

 

Maths Fun

with Ms. Theresa He

for Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3

 

Maths Fun Club provides various maths activities such as Sudoku, Maths problem-solving, colour by numbers, Connect Four. Come join us learning valuable maths skills while having fun.

 

Watercolour Wonder Club

with Ms. Emily Islam

for Year 2 and Year 3

 

Watercolour Wonder club will allow your child to unleash their creative side as they explore the use of watercolour in a relaxing and fun environment. They will master new techniques specifically used in watercolour painting. Through the process of watercolour painting, they will develop fine motor skills, observational skills, perseverance and most importantly, creativity. Painting stimulates the brain and allows your child to convey their ideas, express their emotions and explore process and outcomes. If your child is looking for a creative, calm environment to build confidence and have fun, then the Watercolour Wonder Club is the club for them!

 

Primary Student Council

with Mr. Ryan McKinnon

for Year 2, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6

 

Student Council will be involved with the improvements of the school. Students will be

asked to share their ideas to make the school a better place and will work as a committee to

create solutions to problems. This is a very important club for students to have a voice in

their school. This club is a closed club only available for signup to members of Primary Student Council.

 

      

Léman Primary Choir     

with Ms. Sharon Zeng    

for Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6

Last season we have practiced Chinese style songs most of time. This season we will try a blend of songs from different countries. Students can feel the rhythm and melody of different types of music from around the world.

      

Dodgeball

with Mr. Mazhar Ghaffar

for Year 4 and Year 5

 

 

Primary Coding Club

with Ms. Tracy Connor

for Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6

 

What is coding? Coding is what makes it possible for us to create computer software, apps and websites. Your browser, your OS, the apps on your phone, and this form – they’re all made with code. Coding, in the simplest of terms, is telling a computer what you want it to do, which involves typing in step-by-step commands for the computer to follow. Coding club is a great way to learn skills and build confidence in computer programming skills.  The aim of the club is to engage children in Computer Science and allow them to gain a practical understanding of basic coding. Using computers, students will learn to write and sequence instructions using programming and basic JavaScript. They will create interactive games, stories and animations, and solve fun puzzles.

 

Animation Club

with Ms. Sheena Chan

for Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6

 

Write and animate your own story in the Animation Club! This is a cross-curricular club where students can flex their creativity, storytelling and technology skills. Students will work in pairs to create their animations and develop their problem solving and negotiation skills. They will use storyboards to plan and organise their ideas. Different 2D and 3D mediums will be experimented with before stories will be animated. By the end of the club, students will have learnt how to:
- plan a story using a storyboard
- write dialogue for their story
- design story characters using 2D and 3D mediums
- use stop-motion animation to animate their characters and story

 

Rubik's Cube

provided by Sichuan Jinghui Yingcai Education Technology Ltd           

for Year 4, Year 5, and Year 6

 

While Rubik's Cube appears to be a fun game for most, regular use is proven to help develop skills such as concentration, memorizing and logical thinking.
Research also shows that children who play well in Rubik's Cube normally excel in math. Our club will give all children the chance to improve these skills in a fun and challenging environment. This club is a paid option and will attract a fee payable through Icon Sports.

 

Storywriting

with Mr. Jonathon Rodrigues

for Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6

 

Writing or typing fictional stories of all sorts. Students will unleash their creativity by writing or typing stories related to their interests such as fantasy, sci-fi, horror, and whatever else they are interested in writing about. Club members will read through each other’s stories, give feedback, and improve their stories until it is something they are satisfied with. For students who wish to write, they will learn how handwriting can play a role in presentation. Students who wish to type will learn how to organise a story in a meaningful manner. Either way, the focus is not just on the writing itself, but the whole process of creating stories.

 

Fun Swimming Club

With Mr. Qianwei Wu

for Year 4, Year 5, Year 6, Year 7, Year 8, Year 9, Year 10, Year 11, and Year 12

 

This club is for students who wish to swim for fun. It is not a coaching club and supervisors will be there to monitor safety rather than to teach swimming. Swimming is an enjoyable activity which is very effective at building fitness and developing good posture.

 

 

Léman Junior Entrepreneur Club

with Paul McCarthy

for Year 4, Year 5, Year 6, Year 7, Year 8, Year 9, Year 10, Year 11, and Year 12

 

       Léman Junior Entrepreneurs Club is designed to help students learn about business. Junior Entrepreneur Programs encourage students to plan, problem-solve, communicate, and be creative, while including lots of cross-curricular learning. Incorporating elements of Maths, Business Studies, Economics, ‘Individuals and Societies,’ and Language, students will learn how to identify market gaps, manage all aspects of growing and running a business, as well as presenting their learning for a showcase at the end of May. With the assistance of our administrative staff and invited speakers, students will learn vital skills in areas such as market research, branding, finance, sales, media, information management and storytelling. All pupils in Y4 to Y12 may partake in the program and are encouraged to build teams and assign different team members to different roles in their organisation. Students must create a product or service and plan for developing it to fruition as a business start-up. The success criteria will be based on showing their learning and ingenuity at the end of semester showcase where they can win awards for excellence in categories such as ‘Most Original Idea’, ‘Branding’, ‘Sales’, ‘Best use of IT’, ‘Storytelling’, ‘Team-work,’ ‘Best EDI Project’, Best CAS Project’, ‘Best Environmental Project,’ and ‘Best Overall Business Model.’ As the students will be donating any funds raised by their product or service to charity, all time spent on this project may be logged as service hours to satisfy CAS or MYP requirements.

 

수학 Korean Maths

provided by Ms. Yumin

for Year 5 and Year 6

수학 공부는 개념이해 - 개념유형 -적용문제 풀이 과정입니다.  수학은 단계적, 계열성 과목으로 현 학년의 완전학습이 상위학년의 성취도를 결정합니다. 그러므로 꼼꼼한 풀이과정을 통해 스스로 문제해결력을  키우는것만이  고난이도 문제를 풀수 있는 핵심입니다. 방과 후 수업에서 전반적인 수학 개념을 이용해 문제 해결력를 기르도록 도와줄 것입니다!

Studying mathematics is a process of understanding concepts-using concepts-solving problems.  Mathematics is a step-by-step and sequential subject, and the full learning of the current grade determines the achievement at higher grades. Therefore, developing problem-solving skills by oneself through a meticulous solution process is the key to solving high-level problems.  Our club will help you develop problem-solving skills using the overall mathematical concepts.

 

Photography Club

with Mr. Armand Deguenon

for Year 5, Year 6, Year 7, Year 8, Year 9, Year 10, Year 11, and Year 12

Photography club with Mr. Armand Deguenon. In this club the main activity is the art of photography itself. Students will learn the basics of photography, how to create a memory using any photography device. This club will help students to pay attention to details in an image, a landscape and above all will allow them to be able to compose their own visuals. Creation, inspiration, and courage to dare will be an integral part of this activity program.

 

Secondary Student Council

with Mr. Jarrett Brown 

for Year 7, Year 8, Year 9, Year 10, Year 11, and Year 12

 

Student Council will be involved with the improvements of the school. Students will be

asked to share their ideas to make the school a better place and will work as a committee to

create solutions to problems. This is a very important club for students to have a voice in

their school. This club is a closed club only available for signup to members of Secondary Student Council.

 

Sound Technology

with Ms. Monica Webster

for Year 7, Year 8, Year 9, Year 10, Year 11, and Year 12

 

Learn to use microphones and a digital audio workstation (DAW) to record, edit and manipulate sound. Over the course of the club you will create a sound project of your own - you could compose and/or record a song, create a podcast, create new sound for a film clip, or record a children's book as an audiobook with sound effects. 

 

DP Study Club

DP Study club is only available for signup by DP students 

 

DesignCraft

provided by Elite Education

for Year 2, Year 3, and Year 4