We offer a rich variety of free and specialist paid-for afterschool club activities ranging from running to baking. There's something to delight and inspire everyone.
Extended Supervision (Early Years)
Early Years from 14:55-16:30 on Mondays to Fridays, please contact Tom De Boer (email@example.com) for further information and to register your child.
Parents are welcome to pick up students at any time during the supervision period.
After-school Clubs (Early Years - Year 13)
After-school activities run on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays from 15:00-15:40. An overview of our current after-school clubs can be found in the tables below.
To sign up for the after-school clubs, please email the designated activity teachers via their contact in the table below.
Supervision (Year 1 - Year 6)
Year 1-6 from 14:55-15:40; as there are no Free After-school clubs on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, we offer Supervision for students Year 1 - Year 6 on these two days.
To register your child please contact the Ana Zvonar (firstname.lastname@example.org).
These free after-school clubs are run by BISL staff on selected days and times during term time. All clubs are currently held on site. Please note that some clubs will have restricted numbers and we will sign up students on first come, first serve basis.
|Club Name||Min.-Max number of students||Contact||Schedule|
Salt dough club (EYFS)
|Robotics / Coding club|
|MUN (Model United Nations) Club|
All age groups
|Slovene Advanced Club (Slovene stories)|
Students will read a variety of stories, both fairytales and folktales. They will talk about them and try to write their own story. The activity will be fully led in Slovenian.
|Chess and Strategy Games Club|
Chess, tabletop strategy games and other modern board games for beginners and more experienced players.
|Young Scientists Club - FULL|
|Volleyball - FULL|
We will be exploring yoga poses through stories, music and games. The practice of yoga will help children become more aware of their own body, and develop skills such as focus, self confidence, resilience, positivity, and relaxation.
|IGCSE Geography club|
Intro and revision for IG geography.
Students will work through a range of fun photography tasks, learning how to use DSLR camera's, tripods and photography studio. We will learn how to create slow shutter speed images, how to use macro to produce creative outcomes, painting with light and much more!
An introduction to psychology for KS3. Conducting our own research, finding out about our minds and bodies, and looking at some of the most interesting studies that have been carried out!
|PE - Higher Education Preparation|
Weekly club for KS3 students, preparing them for GCSE PE studies. The club will have practical and theoretical elements, enabling students to understand some of the basic standard requirements for studying PE beyond Year 9.
|6th Form revision|
Y1 - Y9
|Movie Making Club - FULL|
Primary - FULL
6 max for Y7-Y9 - FULL
|Art and Crafts Club|
If you enjoy being creative and getting a little bit messy, then this is the club for you. We will be using a variety of media to produce drawings, paintings, clay work and sculptures. No previous experience is required, just some enthusiasm and a willingness to have a go.
Students will be putting together a school newspaper using their interviewing and journalist skills.
Bring your devices and play some videogames with your friends!
Variety of rounds/topics.
|no limit||David Stuart||Thursday|
|Running - FULL|
Students will learn basics of running alphabet through fun running games and activities.
A weekly club that'll aid KS4 and KS5 students with their science studies through subject specific revision and practicals.
|no limit||Matej Stanič|
A club for students passionate in sharing opinions and developing communication skills. Debating for or against a view, topic, idea or opinion, in small groups, will be much fun.
Active game play involving various sports depending on the students interest and seasons.
|Art and Crafts Club|
Early Years - Y2
A club for anyone who enjoys making marks, being creative and giving anything a go. We will be using anything and everything to let our imaginations run wild.
Y3 - Y9
In order for students to participate in any after-school provision, parents need to register their children in advance through the lead teachers.
For any activities or clubs where student numbers are limited, places will be filled on a first come, first served basis. Places are reviewed termly and parents notified on availability.
Students should be collected promptly at the end of their activity via the Assembly Hall. In case of a delayed pick-up or emergencies, parents must notify the school reception and the lead teacher of the activity before/at the end of the school day.
These clubs are run by outside providers and come at an additional charge.
Singing and Piano lessons.
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|German language course|
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