Extracurricular Activities

Extracurricular Activities at Grenville School

Whether it’s dance club, a debate competition or inter-house sports competitions, academic learning has to be balanced one way or another. This is what extracurricular activities at Grenville aim to achieve. The right balance.

Extracurricular activities are the things students partake in that are not part of their everyday academic work. These activities include sports, clubs, cultural events, themed competitions and so on. While being focused on academics is encouraged, students also need to unwind; they can do this in a fun way that simultaneously develops them mentally and physically.

Grenville teams have engaged other schools in inter-school competitions severally and have won many trophies in swimming, basketball, and chess to mention a few! Keep up with our talented students are what they get up to in our news and events section here.

Benefits of Extracurricular Activities?

  1. More skills are learnt: Participating in different activities will equip a student with knowledge and skills which will reflect positively on academic work and personal wellbeing. For example, time management skills can be developed with frequent extracurricular activities. When the activities are incubated in the syllabus, students can plan their time wisely.
  2. Some activities yield awards: Some extracurricular activities like inter-school debates or school competitions usually come with prizes for the winners and outstanding participants. Most of these competitions also award participants with certificates, and this will benefit the student in later stages of education.
  3. Social interaction is improved: Every extracurricular activity requires students to learn or work in groups/teams. This helps in team building and interaction, two skills that are very vital in life.
  4. It builds passion: If a student participates in an extracurricular activity often interest is built and eventually, a passion for that activity develops. Passion means that a student becomes more dedicated to building talent and this will be useful as the child progresses. in life and makes choices.
  5. It aids academic understanding: Some extracurricular activities require physical and practical elements to make understanding easier. For example, a student can hone in on his/her skills in English class if (s)he is part of the Writers Club.