Co-Curricular Activities (CCAs) are an important part of life at Haileybury. The education of the ‘whole child’ is at the core of our British school values. The purpose of Co-Curricular Activities is to provide pupils with opportunities to develop their skills or interests beyond the curriculum. CCAs include a range of specialised sports coaching, clubs and opportunities for pupils to experience new activities.Haileybury Almaty Sport web-site
KS1 : 2.15-3.00pm
KS2 : 3.15-4.00pm
Lower school CCAs cover academic, sports and recreational activities. Some of these CCAs will be by invitation only as students will have been identified as needing a little extra help, and some CCAs will be designed to provide more challenges for our students. Students who are representing the school in sporting events may need to attend extra CCAs that are specific to them and may fall outside of the normal CCAs times. This is so that our students have the best opportunity to be successful.
To provide goals and challenges for all our students, the school actively participates in competitions through COASH http://coash.kz/ and COBIS http://www.cobis.org.uk/page.cfm?p=386 which include; football, basketball, debating, volleyball, swimming and chess. In addition, other event and competitions take place throughout the year.
Our CCAs enhance a holistic education and provide the opportunity in which students can step outside their comfort zone and take risks that challenge them academically and physically in CCAs that they choose, all within a safe environment. These are some of the key values that lie at the heart of Haileybury Almaty.
The activities are run on a quarterly basis and once a pupil has elected to join an activity, participation is expected for the entire quarter. Places in activities will be allocated via an online process on a first come first served basis. Pupils who do not get a place in their preferred activity will be offered an alternative wherever possible.
The co-curricular activities programme aims to broaden the development of pupils and their interests through the activities available. Some activities are provided for by outside agencies who charge for their services. In addition, some events may require overseas travel in order to participate in competitions. Parents of pupils who attend these clubs are agreeing to pay for these extra costs when they sign up to the activity.
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