Developing skills in new ways.
Cambridge International School-South Sudan offers a rich selection of extra curricular activities designed to enhance students’ all round development. The school has earned an excellent reputation for its inter-school sports activities and tournaments.
Support classes in a variety of subject areas are extremely popular with students who require additional guidance and for those that merely wish to acquire additional expertise.
Each student is a member of one of four different Houses, each named after a Middle Eastern bird: Eagles, Falcons, Hawks and Kestrels. They are led by the House Captain and House Vice Caiptain. These Houses form the basis of many sporting, artistic and intellectual challenges across the school including inter-house competitions and the accumulation of house points.
A wide variety of athletic and sporting activities are offered on-campus at Cambridge International School taught by specialist teachers. The wide selection of activities includes:
Cambridge International School holds inter-house sporting competitions and plays friendly and League matches against other South Sudan and other state schools on a regular basis.
Students at Cambridge International School participate in a planned progression of outdoor experiences that take place in Fujairah, Oman and Mauratius. The outdoor activities include rafting, mountain biking, camping, rock climbing and canoeing. All students from Year 1 and upwards are encouraged to participate in the Environment Club. These activities allow students to develop universal values for the society at large, leadership skills and greater self confidence as relationships with peers and teachers are strengthened through various environmental club activities.
Students are encouraged to explore their talents within painting, drawing, printmaking, photography or ceramics, allowing them to experience a wide range of techniques and applications. All students study Art and Design up to the end of Key Stage 3 after which it becomes an external examination option. Cambridge International School has one spacious well-resourced art studio.
All students study Drama in Key Stage 3 after which it becomes an option for external examination in key stage 4 & 5. Drama offers our students a challenging medium in which to explore their individual or group creativity.
For primary classes dance is taught as an integral part of the compulsory Physical Education programme. Through dance our students learn to explore basic body actions so that they can create and repeat short dances inspired by themes and music.
In secondary school dance is offered as part of the Arts program for shows, contest and productions.