“Introduction to Music Technology”
with Monica Webster for Year 7-13
In this club you will have a work in a team to plan and create a full recording project. You'll record and edit a children's book, working with microphones to record the story and sound effects, and add background music.
with Jenny Chen for and Year 7-13
This club is by invitation only. If you have not been contacted by Ms. Chen then you will not be able to join the club
with Kirsty Huskisson for Year 7-13
Want to make your own clothes, alter and repair existing clothes? Well, here is your chance. Whether a novice or an experienced sewer, this club will provide the opportunity to design and make unique textile items. Hand sewing skills will be taught as well as how to use the sewing machine from beginners to advanced level. Items such as bags, cushion covers, soft toys and clothes can be chosen by the students to make. Designing and making clothes will also be an option for the more experienced sewers.
“Animals Asia and Environment Club”
with Jarrett Brown for Year 7-13
The Animals Asia and Environment club focuses on helping to protect the moon bears in China through the collaboration with the Animals Asia organization. Last year, the club visited the site and have sponsored a bear this year with funds from ACAMIS. Additionally, the club will also develop ways to maintain a sustainable environment at school and locally and raise awareness about environmental and animal rights issues, including the moon bears.
“Beginner Basketball U15 Boys and Girls”
with Tiffany Taylor and Felicia Dracz for Year 7-10
This club is for students in lower Secondary who wish to learn the basics of basketball and incorporate it into teamplay.
Learning Chanson (French song)
with Katherine Hwang for Year 6-13
Let's learn French song, help you learn French! Enjoy French culture!
with Ben Lepp for Year 4-13
This is not a fun swimming club. This club is for students who can already swim but wish to hone their swimming technique to improve fitness or to take part in competitive swimming in the future. Students must already be able to swim a length of the pool.
with Scofield Guo for Year 4 - 10
Mr Guo has run this very popular club for the past 2 years and it is always heavily subscribed. Golf is one of the fastest growing sports in China. Mr. Guo is accredited as a golf coach by the Chinese Golf Federation.
Upper Primary Drama
with Paul Traynor for Year 4-6
This semester’s drama club will have a dual purpose. The first will be to continue exploring the elementary tools of drama, body language, voice and the imagination. We will begin by doing a reader’s theater style of class. This is where students read books out load to help develop their understanding of what they read. By the end of the course we expect them to be doing mini performance or sketches. The second purpose will be to use the club as a chance to recruit participants in a potential show that we hope to do in combination with the secondary students who are currently putting together a bigger longer show.
Origami and Mindfulness
with Judy Li for Year 4-6
Come and join our Origami club to explore this mesmerizing art! Fold the paper, open your mind! Unwind away from your screen and let your hands create some beautiful designs - the folding paper is the perfect yoga for the mind. During this season, let's put some dedication to make a boutique of roses for your loved family members.
LIS Primary Chorus
with Cheena Sotto for Year 4-6
Students who will join this club will learn how to be an active listener, collaborative choir member and a confident performer. Singers and aspiring singers are welcome to join as the club offers basic to intermediate level of singing in a group. Every session in the club have the following exercises: Breathing exercises, vocalization, listening skill activities and harmonization. The main goal of the chorus aside from being a disciplined and confident performer is to sing not only on unison but also with 2 to 3 parts of voices singing at the same time.
with Tessa Butler for Year 4-6
Our past has been defined and influenced by the artwork of many great creators. During this club, we will learn about many famous artists and the work that they produced. We will recreate their well-known pieces, adding our own unique touch! Students will learn a range of different skills and have a collection of art to take home with them at the end of the season.
Creative Crafts Club
with Gisela Wolff for Year 4-6
“Creative Crafts Club” is an exciting club where students get to learn how to make simple crafts. The activities are easy, interactive, creative, and fun. It doesn’t matter if you think you are good at Art or not – everyone will be able to make these easy crafts! Just come with an open mind and get ready to get creative! Over the course of the club, we will be making different kinds of crafts such as stone painting, creative bookmarks, and characters from playdough.
‘Sharp Shooters’ Mobile Photography Club
with Alec Riley for Year 4-6
‘Sharp Shooters’ Mobile Photography Club is open to all children in Years 4-6 who would like to improve their photography skills, experience new and exciting styles of photography and have fun creating amazing images that they can share with their friends, family and the world. We will learn basic skills in photography regarding composition and lighting while experimenting with different areas of photography such as portrait, landscape, sports, fashion, reportage and macro. We will also be analysing the photographic work of other photographers to find out what is the difference between a good shot and a great shot. This will be a BYOD (Bring your own device) club so you must be able to bring some kind of digital camera. This can be the camera on a mobile device such as a mobile phone or tablet, but the camera should have a resolution of 8 Megapixels, or more. Devices always need to have sufficient battery for the club and remain the responsibility of the student. While an expensive digital SLR style camera might seem like the best type of device, they can be heavy, packed with features you may not use and are often very expensive. You don’t need a great camera to take great pictures; all it takes is a little bit of imagination and the ability to grow and learn as a photographer.
with Felipe Giraldo Lopez for Year 3-6
Come learn to play the game of kings and queens! For hundreds of years, chess has been played by people all over the world. It’s a game of strategy unlike any other. There are more possible game positions in chess than atoms in the visible universe (Shannon number). Whether you are a complete beginner or would like to practice improving your chess skills, chess club is for you! Our school will host a Léman tournament. Trophies and house points will be rewarded!
Primary Student Council
with Tracy Connor for Year 2-6
This Club is only for students elected by their classes to serve on the student council. You may not sign up for this club unless you are on Student Council.
Watercolour Wonder Club
with Emily Islam for Year 2-4
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 motors 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!
with Haniful Islam for Year 11-13
“Thinking Mathematically” is a club that invites students to explore interesting and complex mathematics problems in a fun and supportive environment. Students will develop their skills to work systematically, think strategically, pose insightful questions, and visualise mathematics from a new perspective. Everyone will be encouraged to demonstrate curiosity, resourcefulness, resilience and, most importantly, to work collaboratively with others. This is a club for all types of students, whether you find mathematics daunting, enjoy mathematics, or simply want to get a competitive edge – I look forward to seeing you there!
Beginning of Violin
with Silvia Zhang for Year 1-6
This club offers those who are interested in the violin and also want to try to learn the violin. Students will start the violin from zero, we will concentrate on setting up a violin group. This club will keep running for those 2 seasons. I encourage students to sign 2 seasons since 1 season is too short to learn violin. When the club starts, we will introduce the violin, learn basic music theory, and also play the violin from the open string. I know some of the students are intermediate or advanced level. I encourage you to play the solo. This club is for beginners only.
with Theresa He for Year 1-3
Painting has lots of benefits for children including improving hand-eye coordination, aiding colour recognition and rather obviously, but just as importantly, allowing them to be creative.The sand makes the paint a great texture so it is even more fun to get creative with. Join us and have fun in the sandpaiting club.
DIY kids Water Mist Magic Beads Toys Hand Making Puzzle Bean
with Yuki Fang for Year 1-3
The game aims for both boys and girls with different topics ranging from Princesses, Cakes, Dinosaurs to Cars, etc. The beads are colourful and safe, as PVA and natural pigments are applied. The kids can spray water on the models they make, to stop the beads running away as they dry them for 2 hours. Apart from the topics mentioned above, they can also make as many as 60 different patterns as they wish or according to the brochure.
with Zhou Jody for Year 1-2
In handcraft club, students will use given materials to creat things. You can explore different materials and maximize your creativity. Do you want to be a little artist? Come and Join us!
Chinese ink painting
with Eleven Feng for Reception and Year 1-2
children can watch the video to look how to paint with ink first, and then they can do by themselves~create their own ink painting and take home.please bring material (brush pen,ink,paper..）
Chinese Chess and Chinese Calligraphy
with Amy Xia for Reception and Year 1
During the Club,the students will learn the basic knowledge of Chinese Chess.They can learn the rules and some basic skills of Chinese Chess,they will know some stories about Chines Chess.They will try to learn Chinese Calligraphy ,using Chinese writing brush.
with Linda Li for Y1-2
Handwriting can make the first impression. It can improve spelling proficiency and fine tune motor skills.
with Erika Robinet for Nursery and Reception
Playdough is often a classroom favourite of young children. Playing with playdough is not only fun and engaging but there are also many benefits to this child-centred activity! Manipulating the dough helps to develop fine motor control which is essential to writing in later years. It also is a calming and relaxing activity for many children, which helps to improve their social skills through the act of communicating and sharing with others. Through conversation with teachers and peers, children have the opportunity to use their mathematical and literacy skills to describe their creations.
with Charlie Ou for Nursery and Reception
Soft playdough, colorful playdough, do you want to have a try? Playing playdough can not only practice children's fine motor skills, but also develop children's imaginations. What do you want to turn these cute dough into? Can't wait to see your creations.
with Shirley Yang for Nursery and Reception
using different shapes to make many kinds of animals to develop student's fine motor skills. Enhancing children's hand-eye coordination and building levels of manual dexterity.• Identification of shapes, color, and texture. Working with materials teaches them about colors, shapes, and textures.• Creativity. Craft encourages children to play and experiment in a fun and relaxed environment.
with Zoe Casson for Nursery and Reception
Fine motor skills are essential to the future skills of writing, reading, and many other key activities in education and life. For young children they are essential in order to develop independence. In this club we will be undertaking various activities to strengthen the hand, wrist and finger muscles. We will practise coordination of these muscles and also develop hand/eye coordination through play using different tools and techniques, as well as having lots of creative fun! Our techniques will include spreading, squeezing, shaking, scooping, pouring and printing. We will also use play dough, scissors and finger play.