Co-Curricular Programme for Haileybury Astana pupils

Co-Curricular Programme for Haileybury Astana pupils

The education of the ‘whole child’ is at the core of our British International school values. The purpose of Co-Curricular Activities is to provide pupils with opportunities to develop their skills or interests beyond the curriculum.

Starting from Year 1 to Year 13 pupils are actively involved in a variety of co-curricular activities.

Since Haileybury Astana aims to develop diversified skills among pupils, the CCA programme includes a wide range of options in arts, sports, languages etc. Our pupils are encouraged to give attention to sustainability, take an active role in Eco-club activities and become involved in the Haileybury Astana Eco School.

Also, participation in MUN, which is a proactive CCA helps pupils to gain knowledge in international relationships, diplomacy and the United Nations.

Additionally, undivided awareness is given to STEAM, which is one of the highest priorities in CCA. Pupils complete challenges and improve skills in Robotics.

Participation in CCA aids pupils to spend time wisely in the most exciting way.

News
27.09.2022
Register for English Olympiad
The Secondary English Department of Haileybury Astana would like to welcome all interested students to take part in the second English Olympiad and we hope it will be a fantastic way for the students to challenge themselves further in the English Language, to demonstrate their skills in using it and their pleasure in communicating well.
26.09.2022
The Haileybury Astana Full and Partial Scholarship Competition is open
Starting from November 2022 to February 2023, Haileybury Astana will be holding a grant competition for 16-year-old students to study the two-year IB Diploma Programme for 2023. The candidates will take tests that include Mathematics and English subjects, and verbal and non-verbal logic.
23.09.2022
Over £2500 raised for the World of Equal Opportunities fund
On the 17th of September, we held a Haileybury Day Charity Event to support The World of Equal Opportunities fund which promotes sports games among children with disabilities in Kazakhstan.
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