There is no better way to instill a greater sense of belonging to a School than participating in extra curricular activities. The opportunities provided through such pursuits make for a more motivated and balanced learning environment, giving our students a meaningful and holistic education.
At MIGS, we expect our students to be actively involved in extra curricular activities as a complement to their academic achievement. With over 25 clubs, societies and sporting activities to
choose from, as well as opportunities in performing arts through assemblies and school productions, students will have no trouble finding something they will enjoy.
Competitive opportunities are included wherever possible to encourage our students to develop the initiative to excel. Our diverse range of activities is spread across three terms. Activities are carefully planned and organised throughout the terms to nurture academic, artistic and sporting talents in each student.
In Junior School, students have access to more developmental activities which allow them to experiment with a range of purposeful yet enjoyable pursuits. Developmental activities can progress into competitive opportunities for those who are keen to explore a more challenging environment.
Students in Senior School enjoy an extensive extra curricular programme through dynamic academic and sporting opportunities. They participate in debates and Model united Nations; they join and host inter-international school competitions; they lead and run school-wide activities. At this stage, students learn to be risk-takers while giving thoughtful consideration to their individual strengths.
While we encourage all students to achieve excellence in extra curricular activities, there issomething extra that we impart at MIGS – the understanding of the role of an active and balanced lifestyle to attain a healthier mental, physical and emotional being.