Extra Curricular.

Club & Societies

The CCA programme aims to deliver enjoyment, challenge, progression and breadth of life experience to our students. Our diverse range of clubs and societies add a variety to learning experience and is an important social element to the lives of Mutiara student. 

The focus of these activities is on enjoyment, participation and self improvement. Students are given the opportunity to pursue a club or society of their interest and move towards developing existing talents or learning new skills. Involvement in clubs and societies is a compulsory part of education at Mutiara.

JUNIOR SCHOOL

At Junior School, the Co-curricular framework complements and extends itself in some way what they learn in class, extended and are implicitly connected to our academic curricular planning. A selection of the Junior School clubs are listed below:

  • Craft Club (G1-3)
  • Drawing Club (G1-3)
  • Traditional Games (G1-3)
  • Dance Club (G1-3)
  • Literary Club – Oratory and Poetry (G4-6)
  • Dance Club (G4-6)
  • First Aid Club (G4-6)
  • Sewing Club (G4-6)
  • Traditional Games (G4-6)
  • Environmental Club (G4-6)
  • Young Actors Club (G4-6)
  • Painting and Drawing Club (G4-6)

SENIOR SCHOOL

To enable students to have a holistic well-rounded education, Senior School students must take part in at least one CCA club per academic term. While the aims, objectives, and activities will differ between clubs, students will develop valuable soft skills that will be of use throughout life. A selection of Senior School clubs are listed below: 

  • 3D Design & Printing
  • Diabolo (Chinese Yo-Yo) Club
  • Kuala Lumpur Model United Nations (KLMUN) 
  • Minecraft Education
  • Robotics
  • Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) 
  • Young Chef – The Exploration of the Culinary Arts
  • Mile High Sounds – Everything from music itself to audio production and management 
  • Persatuan Kebajikan Suara Kanak-Kanak Malysia (SUKA)