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Senior School Clubs and Activities


All students are encouraged to participate in some of the after-school activities run by the school. There are a wide variety of after school clubs that all of the students can participate in. These include activities from chess to science to computing etc. In addition to these activities, there are numerous more specialist sporting, drama and musical opportunities for the students. There are also a number of international trips which take place throughout the year, which complement the curriculum.

Extra-Curricular Clubs 2015-16

DAY

TIME

OPEN TO YEAR

ACTIVITY

LOCATION

 

 

SUNDAY

 

 

 

2.45 – 3.45pm

10 - 13

Running Club

Salwa Park

2.45 – 3.45pm

10 - 13

German For Beginners

Room 114

2nd Break

10 - 11

Press Club

Room 215

2.45 – 3.45pm

MUN 9 - 13
SRC 7 - 13

MUN/SRC

Room 123A

2.45 – 3.45pm

11 - 13

Thinking Skills

Room 224

1st Break

10 - 13

Guitar Club

Room E6

2.45 - 3.45pm

7 - 13

Girls Football

Salwa Park

1stBREAK

TBA

Spanish Club

Room S11

 

 

 

MONDAY

2.30 – 3.45pm

8 - 13

U13/U15/U19 ISAAK Basketball

Lower Playground

2.45 – 3.45pm

10-11

IGCSE Maths Support Club

Room 211

2.30 – 4.00pm

7 - 13

Interhouse Sport

PE Dept.

2.45 - 3.45pm

7 - 12

DT Workshop

DT Dept.

2.45 - 3.45pm

7 - 9

Textiles

ART Block

2.45 - 3.45pm

7 - 10

Stop Motion Animation

ART Block

1st Break
2nd Break

7 - 13

Arabic Year Book Magazine

Room 217

1st Break

7 - 11

General Knowledge Competition

Room 214

1st Break

7 - 11

Hadith Sharif

Room 214

1st Break

7 - 11

Memorising Quran

Room 215

2.45 – 3.45pm

7 - 13

Brassband

Music Block

2.45 – 3.45pm

7 - 9

Table Tennis

Basement

1st Break

10 - 11

Press Club

Room 215

2.45 – 3.45pm

7 - 13

Enviroment Club

Room 221

2.45 – 3.45pm

7 - 8

Russian Club

Room 213

2.45 - 3.45pm

12 - 13

Further Maths

Room 208

 

 

TUESDAY

      1st Break

12 - 13

French Club

Room 113

2.40 – 3.40pm

1 - 2

Dolphins

Pool

2.45 – 3.45pm

7 - 8

U13 Football

TBA

1st Break

TBA

Spanish Club

S11

1st Break

7 - 11

Arabic Writhing & Drama

Room 214

2.45 - 3.45pm

9 - 11

History

Room S7

2.30 – 3.45pm

10 - 13

Portrait Club

Room 206

2.45 – 3.45pm

12 - 13

Speech Studio

MC Common Room

2.30 - 4.00pm

9 - 10

U15 Football Reserve Team

CAGE





WEDNESDAY

 

1st Break

7 - 11

Arabic Writing & Drama Presentation

Room 214

2.30 - 4.00pm

8 - 10

U15 Football

CAGE

2.30 - 4.30pm

8 - 10

U15 Netball

TBA

1st & 2nd Breaks

7 - 13

Wallposters

Room 216

1st Break

7 - 11

Reading The Holy Quran

Room 214



THURSDAY 

1st Break

7 - 13

Interhouse Sport

PE Dept

2.45 – 5.00pm

7 - 11

Senior Band/Brass Band

Music Block

2.45 - 3.45pm 

 10 - 13

 Chess

Room 122

1st & 2nd Breaks

11 Only

Cookery Club

Music Block

2.45 - 3.45pm 7 - 13 Scouts Playground
2.45 - 3.45pm 7 - 8 Animation Club Room 216
1st & 2nd Breaks 7 - 13 Publicity & Advertising Club Room 214
 
 

Details on clubs:

Model United Nations

The Model United Nations (MUN) is an authentic simulation of the United Nations General Assembly and other multilateral bodies of the real United Nations. Each week students meet as part of the MUN club and learn the skills of researching, discussing and presenting various topics appearing in the world arena. Each year our students compete at the annual KSAA MUN, held in Kuwait for American and invited international schools. Our students also attend international MUN conferences. In previous years students have travelled to Genoa, Geneva, Bath and New York to debate with the best international schools from around the world. This year they are travelling to Genoa in Italy once again.

Debating/ Gavel Club

KES’s Gavel Club is called Desert voices. The purpose of such a club is to encourage students to debate and give public speeches. It also improves student confidence and allows them to compete with other schools in Kuwait, particularly, but also abroad.

Environment Club

You may have noticed around the school some new boxes for recycling, these have been put there by the Environment Club. Obviously we all know about the ecological problems that face the world and the rationale behind recycling, but that doesn’t mean we all do it, especially if it is inconvenient to do so. So we are hoping to make it much easier to recycle, so don’t throw any paper away in your classroom, save it in a small box and then empty that now and again into the main recycling box. We are also hoping to recycle plastic bottles, but please help us with these, make sure they are empty and crush them if possible. Bins for plastic bottles will be placed in the lower playground and the staffroom. Please use the main boxes sensibly, only put in them what they are intended for, if you use them correctly it will make the job of whoever sorts the box so much easier. Teachers, if you do not have any provision for recycling at home, why not save it up, bring it in and put it into the correct recycling boxes. Hopefully, if it works well, we will recycle a lot of material and we will also help to educate the pupils, which is the main part of our job. So come on help us and help the planet.