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ACTIVITIES

UWC Thailand International School offers a fantastic programme, with over 150 activities available per week for our students, including expanded offerings in student-led activities, drama, Pilates, sailing, STEAM and sports. Through the school’s Extra Curricular Activities (ECAs), students are able to train within high performance programmes, including tennis, swimming, and triathlon. Likewise, our Co-Curricular Activities (CCAs) offer students an opportunity to pursue staff-led sporting and non-sporting activities. 

At UWC Thailand International School, activities are a vital part of student life and learning. Our programme provides an opportunity to bring students, staff, and parents—as well as the wider community— together for learning, competition, pleasure, recreation, performing, and sharing.

We believe that learning extends beyond the classroom and we encourage our students to take full advantage of the opportunities offered. By trying out new activities, students have a chance to explore their talents, meet new people, develop new skills, and discover what they are passionate about. Students can explore projects and passions in service, creativity, sports, and culture. Sessions are run during lunchtimes, after-school, and on weekends.

Our combination of CCAs and ECAs provides opportunities for all age groups, though the vast majority of activities cater for students in Grade 1 to Grade 12. At UWC Thailand International School, the school year is divided into three activity seasons, allowing students to explore a wide variety of interests throughout the year.

UWC Thailand & Partners

We have several partners who work closely with us in developing a well-rounded programme. These partners offer Extra-Curricular Activities (ECA’s). These are paid programmes and payments are made directly to the partner organisation. Our ECA partners are:

The activities offered by UWC Thailand staff—Co-Curricular Activities (CCA’s)—are generally free of charge. In some cases, we ask for a small financial contribution for consumables needed for the activity.

Commitment

Joining an activity, team or service does require commitment and we encourage our students and parents to carefully consider the demands made on their time before signing up. By joining an activity, our students will gain skills in time management, self-organisation but above all, they will learn the value of commitment by sticking to what they signed up for.

Activity Timings

This year we have agreed with most of our ECA partners to align the start and finish timings for the vast majority of activities offered, reducing staggered dismissals and opening up opportunities for our students. There can be exceptions when activities in Session 2 go off-campus or have a later finish time; however, for the most part, timings are as follows:

 

Session 1: Starting time 2:40pm – Ending time 3:30pm

Session 2: Starting time 3:40pm – Ending time 4:30pm

Session 3: Starting time 4:30pm – Ending time 6:00pm

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