“Technology alone is not enough—it’s technology married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields us the results that make our heart sing.”
We aim to achieve this by offering, amongst other things, a vibrant and balanced programme of Co-Curricular activities for their ‘W’holistic development. Involvement in Sports, Art, Dance, Music and many other activities instills a culture of creativity, innovation and excellence in our students. By demonstrating to students that we view these activities as equally important to academic study, we encourage participation and create a sense of ‘Being Complete’ in them.
Benefits of Co-curricular Activities
Researh shows that participating in co-curricular activities benefits both brain structure and brain function. Just like well-exercised muscles protect the bones and joints, redure blood pressure and increase energy levers, music education produces bigger, better-functioning brain- a befefit to people of any age.
–Steve Jobs, in introducing the iPad 2 in 2011