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周二课外活动

 

“Get Your Body Moving!”

with Ms. Erika Robinet for Reception and Year 1

Our bodies are made to move!  We can make big movements, small movements, loud movements, and soft movements.  There are so many ways we can use our bodies to express ourselves.  In this club, students will explore a variety of body movements through song, dance, games, and creative exploration.  Get to know yourself, your body, and the way it communicates in the ‘Get Your Body Moving club’

 

“Busy Fingers”

with Ms. Zöe Casson for Reception and Year 1

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 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.

 

Chinese Chess and Chinese Calligraphy

with Ms. 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 hear some stories about Chinese Chess. They will begin to learn Chinese Calligraphy, using Chinese writing brush.

Beginning Handcraft

with Ms. Jody Zhou for Reception and Year 1

Handcraft club will explore using a variety of recyclable materials to create works based on given topics.  If you like to make handcrafts, you will find more fun and challenges here. If you haven’t tried yet, come and join us! You will love it!

Beads, Beads and more Beads

with Ms. Katie Cornish for Year 1 and Year 2

"Come along and inspire your creativity with beads, beads and more beads.  Big beads, tiny beads, wooden beads, coloured beads, beads from around the world.We will be making unique bracelets, necklaces and headbands plus other jewelry items. Come and have a try at designing and making your own beads along with creating amazing looking artworks. Beading involves focus, determination, creativity and the ability to design and follow patterns.  It is a great way to help children continue to develop their fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination and concentration skills.”

 

Cooperative Games Club

with Ms. Emily Islam for Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3

Cooperative Games club will help your child to build cooperative skills in a fun and interesting environment. Challenges will range from physical games to tricky problem-solving tasks, but will all involve working closely with others in a group.  Engaging in cooperative activities creates higher level thinking/problem-solving skills and helps children to develop empathy for others. It will improve their communication skills as well as having a positive effect on their self-esteem. If your child is looking to engage in some fun team building challenges, then Cooperative Games Club is the club for them!

Chinese (by invitation only)

with Mandarin Teachers and support TAs for children selected by Mandarin Department

This club is by invitation only for children who are accessing ELA during Languages block. This will be a ‘taught’ club with a strong emphasis on Mandarin development for those who have not been able to access regular class due to prioritizing English. You will not be able to sign up for this club except by advance agreement with the Mandarin department.

Beginning Violin

with Ms. Silvia Zhang for Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6

This club offer is for those who are interested in the violin and want to try to learn the instrument. Students will start the violin from scratch; we will concentrate on setting up a violin group. This club will keep running for Seasons 1 and 2. When the club starts, we will introduce the violin, learn basic music theory, and play the violin from the open string. I know some students are already intermediate or advanced level. I encourage you to play solo. This club is for beginners only.

Yoga

with Ms. Judy Li for Year 2, Year 3, Year 4 and Year 5

Do you feel like relaxing and stretching after school? Does a yoga adventure through Minecraft sound like you? How about Frozen or Star Wars? Join our yoga club today!

Chess Club

with Mr. Felipe Giraldo for Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 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 new all school Léman tournament. Trophies and house points will be awarded to winners in various categories.

 

LIS Primary Chorus

with Ms. Cheena Sotto for Year 4, Year 5 and Year 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. Each session in the club will 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 in unison but also with 2 to 3 parts of voices singing at the same time.

 

Learning about cultures through Art

with Ms. Tessa Butler for Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6

Art can be an expression of a culture’s beliefs, traditions and values. Each week we will explore a different culture and learn about the art expressions of the culture. We will create range different artworks that reflect a variety of different cultures from around the world. Through these activities, students will learn a range of different artistic skills.

Under 11 Soccer Boys and Girls

with Mr. Alec Riley for Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6

This year the school will not take part in off campus competitions due to safety concerns. However, the students will still be able to practise their skills in the gym with Mr. McCabe and Mr. Li Kuan. We will have a house competition for our sports teams so all students will get a chance to experience competitive games as well as be part of a team.

Debate Club

with Ms. Gisela Wolff for Year 5 and Year 6

Welcome to the Debate Club, a fun and engaging club where students debate a variety of topics from week to week. In this club, students will learn how to formulate good arguments, how to speak in front of an audience, how to research and find evidence to support arguments, and how to quickly form responses to the opposition's arguments. The debate club gives students the opportunity to build confidence in public speaking, improve their reasoning skills, and become more proficient in their use of spoken English.

 

Creative Comics

with Mr. Andre Quimpo for Year 5 and Year 6

Are you interested in visual story telling? In this club will write, draw and create comics! Explore different comic styles and media. We shall look into story writing, character development, comic frames, and creative ways to present our comics.

Creative Fundraising

with Ms. Katie Pass for Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9

This club will provide students the opportunity to explore creative ways in which to raise funds for charity and to serve the community.  Students will be encouraged to think creatively about ways in which they can make and sell a product to raise money for their chosen community.  This will target specific MYP Learner Attributes such as Caring, being Open-Minded and Inquiry thinkers.  In addition, students' ability to empathise with others and collaborate in teams, will foster and harness skills in contributing actively to meaningful and rewarding service.

 

Chess

with Mr. Ben Lepp for Year 7, Year 8, Year 9, Year 10, Year 11, Year 12 and Year 13.

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 new Léman tournament this year. Trophies and house points will be awarded to the category winners!

Under 15 Soccer Boys and Girls

with Ms. Felicia Dracz and Mr. Scofield Guo for Year 7, Year 8, and Year 9

This year the school will not take part in off campus competitions due to safety concerns. However, the students will still be able to practise their skills in the gym with Mr. McCabe and Mr. Li Kuan. We will have a house competition for our sports teams so all students will get a chance to experience competitive games as well as be part of a team.

 

Creative Sewing

with Ms. Kirsty Huskisson for Year 7, Year 8, Year 9, Year 10, Year 11, Year 12 and Year 13.

Do you 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 Mr. Jarrett Brown for Year 7, Year 8, Year 9, Year 10, Year 11, Year 12 and Year 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 has 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.

Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Leman!

with Ms. Virginia Crigger for Year 9, Year 10, Year 11 and Year 12

Students in the CSI: Leman club will learn the basics of criminal justice, policing, courts, and forensic science techniques.  They will learn about how forensic science investigators (forensic pathologists, CSI's, forensic lab criminologists) use various state of the art techniques from all the sciences to help solve crimes. We do activities such as fingerprinting, and footwear and tire tread comparisons, as well as learning lab techniques for blood typing and analytical techniques like arson analysis and chromatography. The club will examine different historical crime simulations to learn forensic investigation techniques and investigate and solve an actual crime at school. This club will suit students interested in science and who want to learn how to apply the techniques and content they learn during their regular science class. This club will also help older students to consider different ways science is applied as a career.

“Speakonomics”

with Mr. Haniful Islam for Year 10, Year 11, Year 12 and Year 13.

“Speakonomics” will introduce students to an exciting branch of Economics, where we discover how humans make decisions and choices. Learning will stem from open discussion and debate, where students work together to explore topics including decision theory, game theory, nudge theory, logic, ethics, equality, and equity. We will delve deeper into the behavioural side of Economics where we consider how psychological, cognitive, and emotional factors impact our decision-making process. Example questions posed include: Why are criminals bad at cooperating? Why do athletes cheat? Why has the number of organ donors sky-rocketed in recent years?

DP study club

with Mr. James Sutcliffe for Year 12 and Year 13

Diploma students will have the chance to dedicate extra school time to their studies. This extra time will allow for students to self-manage their commitments and help to ensure they have time available to keep pace with their studies and potentially arrange for support from their subject teachers.