EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Extracurricular activities are activities fall outside the scope of our regular curriculum. We offer these activities to improve our learner’s academic performance. They also give our learners something fun to do aside from school and the chance to explore their passions to discover things you may be interested beyond academics.

 

In Addition to the standard Curriculum M.E.L also offers:

  • Computer Classes

  • Swimming Lessons

  • Sport and recreation

  • Creative and Performing arts

  • Chess lessons

OUR SWIMMING CLASSES

At M.E.L International School we realize the importance of teaching children how to swim at an early age. Since child safety is one of our top priorities, we teach our kids how to be safe around the water. We encourage our children to swim regularly as a significant benefit to their health. Swimming also encourages a healthy level of physical and social activity and provides a more effective workout than most activities. We offer these classes at no additional cost.

CREATIVE AND PERFORMING ARTS

Our learners participate in creative and performing arts as a way to help them feel comfortable in their own skin, improving their self-belief and confidence as they continue to improve over time. Our dance class also improves their listening, discipline, perseverance and improved learning skills.

 

Their talents are showcased at our annual M.E.L International School Talent Show, where parents and the general public are invited watch. Participating in these talent show gives our learners recognition for non‐academic talents. It’s a wonderful teambuilding experience for all ages. These classes are also offered at no additional cost.

M.E.L TALENTS SHOWCASE

COMPUTER CLASSES

Our Computer classes prepares our learners for the skills they need to engage in technology both safely and responsibly. We also teach computers to empower and educate our learner by providing them with the tools they need to thrive in an ever-changing digital world.

Becoming computer literate means that our learners develop technological skills at an early age and improves their lifelong learning. The future success of our M.E.L International students depends on them becoming digitally literate.

 

When combining digital and traditional literacies, not only do students learn how to read and write, but they also learn how to expand their communication, language and media skills. They grow and engage the world through images, diagrams, audio and video media, taking their reading and writing skills to a higher level of learning.

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