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EXTRACURRICULAR WORKSHOPS

Note: Not all workshops are offered all the time. An updated list of workshops can be found in the circular of each semester, apart from the workshops that are closed due to a lack of sign-ups.

KINDERGARTEN (Pre-Kinder / Kinder) 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Creative Dance

This workshop seeks to increase awareness of the body and its possible movements, expression, individual and group creativity is also worked on. Creative Dance is offered through sessions that follow a routine: warm-up, yoga postures, body games and improvisation. Within these activities our dancers recognize and use space, time and different materials or objects.

Diverti-Mente

This is a workshop that includes varied activities such as literary games, mathematics, experiments and crafts, which will develop your sons’ and daughters’ various skills and abilities that are important to their age.

Gymnastics

In this workshop children will have the opportunity to develop their motor skills and basic abilities in gymnastics in a fun environment.

Theatrical Games

In this workshop, children are able to relate better to others, strengthen their self-esteem, develop their attention and listening skills. In addition, they will have the opportunity to work as a team through the different games, performances and exercises offered by the performing arts.

Karate

The objective of this workshop is to integrally train children in the cognitive, motor, social and emotional áreas.

ELEMENTARY 2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Caricatures, comics and superheroes (3rd to 5th)

The aim of the course is to explore the world of fantasy and creativity in order to capture them in drawings. The workshop also seeks to foster integration and fellowship.

Ceramics (1st-3rd)

In this workshop students develop their creativity and have the opportunity to work with clay and learn modelling and assembling techniques.

Choir (1st) (2nd) (3rd-4th)

The aim of this workshop is to promote a love for music through song and a special repertoire suitable for children. To recognize choral work as a means to develop not only musical skills such as melodic ear or tuning but also to improve social skills, teamwork and coexistence.

Peruvian dance (1st-5th)

In this workshop, students perform choreography from different Peruvian dances. In addition, they develop their physical abilities, their social skills and national identity.

Percussion Cast (3rd – 5th) (INVITED STUDENTS ONLY)

This workshop brings the most outstanding percussion students together, so that they may develop their talent and musical skills. Students will represent the school in various internal and external musical events.

Language Musical (4th & 5th)

This workshop aims to deepen students’ knowledge of reading and writing in musical language, as well as educate their musical ear so that they may can recognize musical notes and strengthen their tuning.

Magic (4th-6th)

This workshop aims to teach students’ the theoretical and practical principles of magic, specifically the Close-Up style of magic. Children will be able to learn different techniques such as coin magic and improvised magic with other elements.

Orff (4th-6th)

The workshop seeks to provide students with contact with wooden plate instruments (xylophones) and other instruments such as the voice and percussion, through a simple repertoire and allowing the students learn and experience group music in a simple and natural way.

Percussion (1st-3rd) (4th-6th)

The objective of this workshop is to rediscover and return to Peruvian music through rhythm and instruments and to work creativity through body exploration, sound and the construction of instruments

Pre Orchestra (1st-3rd) (INVITED STUDENTS ONLY)

This workshop brings the most outstanding percussion students together so that they may develop their talent and musical skills whilst learning different genres and playing different instruments in groups.

Sikuri (4th-6th)

The workshop aims to be promote the siku or zampoña as the main instrument in various musical pieces in order to produce modern and Peruvian styles of music.

Theatre (3rd-6th)

At the end of the workshop students are expected to have acquired the basic theatre knowledge and to be able to apply it on stage.

KidsBrain Method Math (1st & 2nd) (3rd & 4th) (e)

We help children to achieve their full intellectual potential in Math and English, using an integral abacus and English teaching method.

STEAM Club-Science (4th-6th) (e) (INVITED STUDENTS ONLY)

The objective of this workshop is to give students more opportunities to explore aspects of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics through activities, experiments and projects. They will also have the chance to investigate and improve their Science Fair projects.

School Gardening (3rd- 5th)

This workshop intends to train children to become environmental leaders, who work to improve the population’s quality of life and aim to take better care of the environment. Likewise, through knowledge of composting, it seeks to sensitize children to an adequate management of organic waste generated in homes.

Robotics (4th-6th)

This workshop develops practical and fun projects through planning and building objects, machines and applications used in daily life. In addition, solutions to problems, tasks or challenges will be formulated and tested, developing creativity, teamwork, research and organized thinking.

Basketball (beginners 1st-2nd)

This workshop attempts to introduce basketball to beginners, using it as a way to promote integration, improve dynamic coordination and enjoyment.

Basketball (3rd-4th)

This is a space for recreation, discovery of new skills and abilities; which will help us in the process of integrating the students as a team. We want to promote values and have fun with the sport.

Advanced Basketball (5th-6th) boys and girls

This workshop aims to teach the basic technical and tactical fundamentals of this sport.

Baseball/Softball (4th-6th)

This workshop aims to teach the basic technical and tactical fundamentals of this sport.

Pre Mini football (1st-2nd) beginners

The workshop allows students to stimulate their skills and abilities by using soccer. The basic fundamentals of this sport are taught through games and routines.

Mini Football (3rd-4th)

The workshop allows for the stimulation of students’ skills and abilities using soccer as a tool. Basic fundamentals of this sport are taught through games and routines.

Gymnastics (1st-2nd)

In this workshop students have the opportunity to develop their physical abilities and motor skills, by learning the basic gymnastics skills.

Gymnastics (3rd-4th)

Gymnastics is a sport in which sequences of physical exercises are executed that require strength, flexibility and agility. In this workshop our students have the opportunity to know and learn the basic artistic gymnastics skills.

Handball (3rd-6th)

In this sports workshop, basic motor skills are developed, such as passing, receiving, feathering, shooting, throwing, etc. This workshop strengthens strength, motor coordination and team skills.

Judo (2nd & 3rd) (4th-6th)

This workshop seeks to teach the basics of judo as a martial art.

Mini Volleyball (1st & 2nd)

In this workshop students have the opportunity to develop their physical abilities and motor skills, by learning the basic volleyball skills.

Mini Volleyball (3rd-6th) beginners

The workshop allows for the stimulation of skills and abilities of our students using mini volleyball as a tool. The bases are laid for adequate learning of the fundamentals of this sport through games.

Swimming (Domenack Academy)

These swimming lessons are for the different levels: beginners, intermediate or advanced. Classes are in the middle pool and / or semi-Olympic pool. The pool is temperate. Students are accompanied by school teachers at the pool.

Table tennis (2nd & 3rd) (4th -6th)

The workshop allows students to stimulate their skills and abilities by using table tennis as a tool.

Yoga (1st & 2nd) (3rd & 4th) (5th & 6th)

The goal of the workshop is to make students feel complete in their body, mind and spirit and to acquire tools to strengthen their freedom and happiness. They will also learn to identify emotions, to control them through their breathing and to channel them towards positive attitudes.

ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL 3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.

Rock Band (6th-11th)

The workshop is a rock ensemble for students who already have an intermediate level in the management of their instrument. It is aimed at electric guitar players (electric bass), piano or keyboard, drums and singers.

Choir (7th-11th)

In the choir workshop, students develop teamwork and harmonious hearing. It means that not only do they recognize melodies but also the function of each note within a set of sounds. Students have fun singing in groups, listening to the line of others, but having the responsibility to fulfil their melodic line.

Peruvian Dance (7th-9th)

Exploration of dance associated with music for the development of coordination, laterality, rhythm, expression movements, etc. To achieve the active participation of students in internal activities of the institution by practicing this art

Ancient Music (5th-11th) (INVITED STUDENTS ONLY)

Only invited students may attend this free workshop. Students participate in festivals and contests outside of school.

Origami (10th & 11th)

This workshop seeks to develop fine motor skills and abstract thinking in students. As well as stimulating the attention-concentrating ability in students.

Percussion Cast (6th-11th) (INVITED STUDENTS ONLY)

This workshop brings the most outstanding percussion students together so that they may develop their talent and musical skills. Students will represent the school in various internal and external musical events.

String Ensemble (INVITED STUDENTS ONLY)

In this workshop the students who play violin, viola, cello and double bass are chosen to playu different musical genres in groups

Trener Ensemble (INVITED STUDENTS ONLY)

This workshop aims to prepare the most outstanding students in music in plays ranging from the medieval period to the twenty-first century.

Paint (6th-11th)

The aim of this course is teach students different colour techniques, to apply them in each piece of work that is done and to discover the technique that best suits their abilities.

Theatre (6th-11th)

This theatre workshop aims to train students in the basics of theatre. Students develop their oral and bodily expression, as well as strengthen their self-esteem and teamwork.

Debate Club (7th-11th) (INVITED STUDENTS ONLY)

Communication teacher recommend their best speakers to then be chosen for the Debate tea. We practice how to sustain our opinions and how to argue and persuade.

Businesses for Social Causes (10th & 11th)

This workshop seeks to raise the awareness of the student about the possibility of sustainably addressing social causes through a business model.

F.C.E (10th-11th)

An opportunity for students to gain further experience and practice with the Cambridge exam questions. Extra help to prepare students for “required” FCE exam by reviewing the different exam parts in a smaller classroom setting!!

MUN: United Nations Model (9th-11th) (INVITED STUDENTS ONLY)

The workshop is a simulation of the United Nations committees, where the selected students participate as representatives of the various countries. In it, they develop skills of negotiation, debate, leadership among others. At the end, they will be able to represent the school in the annual MUN this year in Lima.

Small Business

In this workshop, the kids will learn how to start a small business and start up a business. This will include learning how to handle budgets, sales, resource management, marketing and others.

STEAM Club (7th-11th) (INVITED STUDENTS ONLY)

Students will have the opportunity to conduct STEAM experiments and projects of their own interest. One of the goals is to present the projects at the school science festivals and ADECOPA. (STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics)

Modern Dance (7th-11th)

This workshop combines the technique and artistic expression of each style with the delivery of values such as respect, teamwork and perseverance.

Vinyasa flow yoga (7th-11th)

This is a contemporary and popular style of yoga, which develops sequences of postures (asana) in a harmonious way and in synchronization with breathing, which is primordial. Vinyasa is sanskrit for connection.