Our Extracurricular Activities
Extracurricular Activities is used to build life skills in your children. It is also used to provide a channel to reinforcing classroom lessons for your children. Offering your children, the opportunity to apply academic skills in a real-world context.
It’s our believe that a well-rounded education is not possible without extracurricular activities in the school system. If we must build life skills into your children and develop the total man out of them, then your child must be actively involved in at least one extracurricular activity. The available extracurricular activities in the school are:
- Clubs and Societies
- Literary and Debating Society
- JETS Club
- Red Cross
- Road Safety
- Drama and Poetry Club
- Young Farmers Club
- Entrepreneurship Club
- Music Club
There is no doubt that regular physical exercise or activity helps your child to stay healthy and fit. This has been proved by science over time.
Physical activity may not only be a necessity for a healthy lifestyle, it also contributes to the emotional wellbeing of your children.
For a student, making sports an indispensable element in the school curriculum comes with a lot of other benefits. The most important benefits, amongst others are:
- Building Life Skills
- Enhances Social Relationship
- Boost in Self-esteem
- Build Emotional Wellbeing
- Staying Healthy and Fit
- Better Performance in Academics
- Positive Mentoring
- Can Become a Career Path
- Eliminates Stress
- Enhances Good Sleep
a. Literary and Debating Societies:
The Literary and Debating Club has many benefits for your children. The school uses the club to build the following skills in them.
- Public Speaking Skills
- Presentation Skills
- Written and Oral Communication
- Critical Thinking Skills
- Research Capability
b. JETS/Robotics Club:
JETS/Robotics Club is an avenue to develop your children with 21st Century skills. Preparing them for the future world. And for global job opportunities.
The JETS/Robotics Club is also enhancing your children with technological literacy. In addition to imbibing in them creative and critical thinking skills.
c. Red Cross:The skills to protect self and others is what we imbibe on your children at the Road Cross Society. When minor accidents occur, your children should be able to apply basic first aid. Thus, helping to protect life
d. Road Safety:The Road Safety Club is used to teach your children general safety measures that enable them to protect themselves from danger. And to avoid hazardous places and circumstances when plying the roads.
e. Drama and Poetry:The Drama and Poetry Club has many benefits for your children. These include:
- It assists to improve your children’s verbal and non-verbal communication skills
- It enhances their presentation skills
- Creativity and critical thinking skills
- It builds confidence in the students
- It enhances Team work and collaboration among your children
f. Young Farmers Club:The Young Farmers Club is used to inculcate in our students the importance of Agriculture. It is also used to promote team work, proper use of leisure, reduce juvenile delinquency, restores dignity to agriculture as an occupation and help to raise standard of living of rural people.
g. Entrepreneurship Club:The Entrepreneurship Club imbibes in our children the spirit of self-reliance, financial independence and creativity.
It is also used to prepare your children for uncertain future especially in periods of harsh economic environment.
It is the policy of Jofegan International School that all learners who pass through our 4 walls must graduate with at least one handwork.
h. Music Club:Music has many benefits to your children. At Jofegan International School, is used to encourage and enhance:
- Brain and Language Development
- Listening skills
- Discipline and Patience
- Self Confidence
- Stress relief