For several years the School has had state-of-the-art computer facilities not only in the Senior Section of the School, but also in the Junior Section. These are always being updated and are in constant use throughout the day, including times before and after school. We are proud that our students have responded splendidly and with integrity to our policy of an ‘open’ computer room. The total number of computers available for use by students is 60. In addition the Administration and Staff are generously supplied with computers.
Within the constraints of the pressures of the Baccalaureate system, practical sessions in the laboratories are encouraged as much as possible. A laboratory assistant is about to be appointed and it is expected that this departure, together with the curriculum developments being introduced to the programme by the Ministry of Education, will result in a rapid increase in the use of the laboratories.
In addition to the regular PE lessons, sports are a very important aspect of the life of the School. We participate in a number of Athletics, Football, Basketball, Volleyball and Table Tennis tournaments and are proud of our achievements. The School is divided into four ‘Houses’ which compete in all the above sports, providing an opportunity for all who wish to participate in these activities. The ‘Houses’ are directed by the Senior students, who thus enjoy the opportunity to prove their leadership qualities. There is normally a high level of competition in the House system.
The School has a history of extra-curricular activities, of which summer camps have been a feature for many years. More recently very popular and successful ski camps have been run. Trips are arranged for various sections of the School throughout the year. There are a number of after school activities taking place most days and students are encouraged to participate as much as possible.