Cambridge School of Constanta offers a wide variety of extracurricular clubs and activities for students to participate in and enjoy. Extracurricular activities are a fundamental aspect of the learning process, as they allow for growth and development beyond the classroom. They also enhance the educational experience of each child, while ensuring that they are provided with the opportunity to discover and develop their own unique character and individual interests.
With an array of different sports, language clubs and creative activities available each semester, students can choose to participate in activities which best suit their own individual passions and interests. Activities range from putting together creative and artistic acts of a theatrical or musical nature, to participating in inter-school competitions and action-packed sports classes, all of which offer students valuable opportunities to discover new skills and develop their personality.
The main objective of extracurricular activities is to facilitate learning in an engaging environment, with each club geared towards the development of a student’s abilities, within a particular context. Students are given the opportunity to cultivate good leadership skills and interpersonal relationships, while encouraging feelings of responsibility, generosity, self-discipline, and altruism. In addition to this, students are able to develop their communication and teamwork skills, allowing for personal growth as an individual and as a member of a larger community.
The extracurricular activities offered at Cambridge School of Constanta include: Ballet, Robotics, Gymnastics, Learn Spanish with a native speaker, basketball, football, dancing, creative workshops, Arts&craft.
Every summer, Cambridge School of Constanta organises and hosts an 8-week, Summer School programme for children between the ages of 2 and 18 years. Students are invited to join this interactive learning experience, to develop a variety of skills and hone their abilities through fun and engaging activities, creative workshops, subject based lessons and field trips, such as going to the cinema or to a swimming pool. All activities are held in English, which is an excellent way for students to improve their language skills and English fluency, in a variety of contexts.
Summer School Period: July – August (Annually)
Programme: 09:00 – 13:00
- 09:00 – Morning routine (physical activity to get moving)
- 09:30 – First steps in English (Phonics)
- 10:00 – Number, shapes & colours 1, 2, 3 Ad with me
- 10:30 – Snack
- 11:00 – Outdoor play
- 11:30 – Story time / Reading
- 12:00 – Fun science / Arts & Crafts / Personal Development
- 12:45 – Preparing to go home
FRIDAY IS INCLUDED! (09:00 – 13:30)
- Arts & crafts
- Fun science
- Good manners
- Math & movement
- Personal development
- Puppet show
Transportation is optional.