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summer

2010

the international school of bucharest


School Mission Statement Our goal is to provide the students of the International School of Bucharest with the best possible programme of academic and personal development in a challenging and supportive environment.

the international school of bucharest


Dear Parents, This summer term we are offering a variety of interesting choice of clubs for our students. We believe that the participation of children in such activities is very beneficial for your child's physical and social skills. As a school we would like as many children to participate in as many clubs as they are interested in. The clubs will start on the 13th April and continue until the 3rd June 2010. We are offering some new clubs as well as clubs that were very popular from last term. Regular attendance to club activities is very important for your child as well as other students in the club. Therefore, once you register your child, please make sure that they attend every week to get the full benefit. If you would like your child to be brought by school bus, please contact directly the transport company. There are limited spaces for all clubs, so places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. The deadline to registering for clubs this term is 23 March 2010. As mentioned, students can register for more than one club provided that they run on different days. Students can't register for clubs with a note or letter. Please contact the secretary to register your child. Kind regards, Faruk Erduran Deputy Principal


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Art Art&Craft Creative Art Wonderful Art

1 2 3 4

Choir Piano Recorder Violin

5 6 7 8

Basketball Climbing Folk Dance Football Karate Kwik Cricket Rugby Tennis Swimming Table Tennis Sailing

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Healthy Eating Keyboard & Penguin Robotics Mastermind Speed Stacking Romanian Romanian

20 21 22 23 24 25 26


Club Name

Art Club

Club Teacher

Gordon Hamilton

Age Group

Years 3 to 6

Operating Day

Tuesday

Operating Time

3.15-4.15

Place

Classroom of 4G

Maximum Capacity

20

Are students required any materials/equipment?

Drawing paper/ pencils crayons/ paint/ paint brushes/ Coloured sugar paper, white paper large sheets.

Objectives

To have fun developing art skill and producing pieces of artwork each week.

ART 1


Club Name

Art&Craft

Club Teacher

Liane Moldoveanu

Age Group

Year 3 and 4

Operating Day

Tuesday

Operating Time

15.15-16.15

Place

Mrs.Liane’s classroom

Maximum Capacity

10 children

Are students required any materials/equipment?

Drawing paper/ pencils crayons/ paint/ paint brushes/ Coloured sugar paper, white paper large sheets.

Objectives

Stimulate creativity, develop practical skills

ART&CRAFT 2


Club Name

Creative Art Club

Club Teacher

Robyn Kearns

Age Group

Years 3 to 6

Operating Day

Thursday

Operating Time

15:15-16:15

Place

Art room

Maximum Capacity

12 children

Required material/equipment

Drawing paper/ pencils crayons/ paint/ paint brushes/ Coloured sugar paper, white paper large sheets.

Objectives

Create art works

CREATIVE ART 3


Club Name

Wonderful Art

Club Teacher

Andreea Lazar

Age Group

Years 5 and 6

Operating Day

Wednesday

Operating Time

15:15-16:15

Place

Romanian classroom

Maximum Capacity

6 children

Required material/equipment Objectives

No Experiment and explore the world around; learn there is no right or wrong way to create art

WONDERFUL ART 4


Club Name

Choir Club

Club Teacher

Adina Barbu Raluca Damian

Age Group

Years 2 to 5

Operating Day

Monday & Tuesday

Operating Time

12:30-13:00

Place

Music Room

Maximum Capacity

30 children

Required material/equipment Objectives

No Perform music in unison and harmony

CHOIR 5


Club Name

Piano Club

Club Teacher

Adina Barbu

Age Group

Years 3 to 6

Operating Day

Tuesday or Thursday

Operating Time

15:15-16:15

Place

Music Room

Maximum Capacity

10

Required material/equipment Objectives

No

* Fee

80 Ron

Learn how to play the piano

PIANO 6


Club Name

Recorder Club

Club Teacher

Kim Davis

Age Group

Years 3 to 6

Operating Day

Thursday

Operating Time

12.30pm – 1.00pm

Place

Miss Davis’ room (2nd floor)

Maximum Capacity

10

Are students required any materials/equipment?

A recorder (some available to borrow)

Objectives

To learn to play the recorder To perform songs on the recorder

RECORDER 7


Club Name

Violin Club

Club Teacher

Mr.Dima (professional violin eacher)

Age Group

Year 2 to 6

Operating Days

Tuesday and Thursday

Operating Time

15:15-16:15

Place

Music Room

Maximum Capacity

5 children

Required material/equipment Objectives

violins

Science room

Playing the violin

*Fee

120 Ron

Applying basic skills

VIOLIN 8


Club Name

Basketball club

Club Teacher

Brai Laura

Age Group

Key stage 2

Operating Day

Tuesday

Operating Time

15.15-16.15

Place

Multipurpose in rainy days and basketball court for sunny days

Maximum Capacity

12

Are students required any materials/equipment? Objectives

No

To improve the skills in basketball

BASKETBALL 9


Club Name

Climbing Club

Club Teacher

Andrew Morgan

Age Group

Years 5 and 6

Operating Day

Wednesday

Operating Time

3.15-4.15

Place

Dining room

Maximum Capacity

6+6 (2 sessions)

Are students required any materials/equipment?

Trainers, P.E kit

Objectives

To learn how to climb on the climbing wall safely. To know the names of the climbing equipment and learn how to use them correctly.

CLIMBING 10


Club Name

Turkish Folk Dance

Club Teacher

Devran Ikiz (professional folk dance teacher)

Age Group

Year 3 to 6

Operating Day

Thursday

Operating Time

15:15-16:15

Place

Multipurpose room

Maximum Capacity

12 children

Required material/equipment Objectives

No Learn folk dance

FOLK DANCE 11


Club Name

School Football Team

Club Teacher

Robin Morrison Martin Hay

Age Group

Years 3 to 6

Operating Day

Thursday

Operating Time

3.15-4.15

Place

Football Pitch

Maximum Capacity

Selected students will join this club

Required material/equipment

PE kit, trainers

Objectives

To develop agility and dexterity, being a team member

FOOTBALL 12


Club Nam e

Karate Club

Club Teacher

Victor Popa (professional karate teacher)

Age Group

Years 2 to 6

O perating Day

W ednesday

O perating Time

15:15-16:15

Place

Multipurpose Room

Maximum Capacity

20 children

Required m aterial/equipm ent O bjectives

PE/karate kit

* Fee

80 Ron

Confidence, discipline, control, self esteem, m ental clarity and focus, concentration, and respect.

KARATE 13


Club Name

Kwik Cricket

Club Teacher

A teacher from Cricket federation

Age Group

Year 5 and 6

Operating Day

Wednesday

Operating Time

3.15-4.15

Place

Football pitch

Maximum Capacity

14

Are students required any materials/equipment?

The cricket federation will provide free equipment support

Objectives

Introduce the game of cricket in Romania Prepare for a competition at the end of the term

KWIK CRICKET 14


Club Name

Rugby Club

Club Teacher

Andrew Martin

Age Group

Years 3 to 6

Operating Day

Tuesday

Operating Time

15:15-16:15

Place Maximum Capacity Are students required any materials/equipment? Objectives

Football pitch 16 No To prepare children for TAG Rugby tournament

RUGBY 15


Club Name

Tennis Club

Club Teacher

Guzel Mirasova

Age Group

Year 3 to 6

Operating Day

Wednesday

Operating Time

From 15.15 to 16.15

Place

Inflatable balloon (cold, rainy days) or/and basketball pitch (warm, hot days)

Maximum Capacity

8

Are students required any materials/equipment?

tennis racket

Objectives

To provide your child with basic tennis skills; To develop hand and eye coordination, movement and balance, listening skills; To develop team work and social skills; To develop the ability to follow instructions.

TENNIS 16


Club Name

Swimming Club

Club Teacher

Ingrid Stanciu

Age Group

Years 2 to 4

Operating Day

Tuesday

Operating Time

15:15-16:15

Place

Swimming Club (to be announced)

Maximum Capacity

20

Are students required any materials/equipment?

Swimming costume and equipment

Objectives

To learn and improving swimming skills

*Fee

To be announced

SWIMMING 17


Club Name

Table tennis club

Club Teacher

Marinescu Stefan Alexandru

Age Group

Years 3 to 6

Operating Day

Tuesday

Operating Time

15:15 – 16:15

Place

Ground floor gallery

Maximum Capacity

8 pupils

Are students required any materials/equipment?

Personal table tennis balls and racquets

Objectives

Improve and develop skills in table tennis.

TABLE TENNIS 18


Club Name

Sailing Club

Club Teacher

Adriana Cocora

Age Group

Years 4 to 6

Operating Day

Tuesday or Wednesday

Operating Time

15:00-16:15

Place

Pantelimon Lake

Maximum Capacity

8 on each day

Are students required any materials/equipment?

No

Objectives

To learn how to sail with the help of wind

*Fee

200 Ron

SAILING 19


Club Name

Healthy Eating Club

Club Teacher

Adriana Pais

Age Group

Year 3 and 4

Operating Day

Tuesday

Operating Time

12.15-1.oo pm

Place

Ms. Adriana’s room

Maximum Capacity

7 students

Are students required any materials/equipment?

An apron, a knife, a chopping board, and a bowl

Objectives

Students are encouraged to eat healthy food.

HEALTHY EATING 20


Club Name

Keyboarding & Penguin Club

Club Teacher

Peter Fogarty

Age Group

Year 2 to 6

Operating Day

Tuesday

Operating Time

3.15 – 4.15

Place

ICT Room

Maximum Capacity

20

Are students required any materials/equipment? Objectives

Nothing – Though having own penguin advantage To learn how to type very fast (with 10 fingers) To explore a different world. Solve problems with friends and improve their social skills

KEYBOARDING & PENGUIN 21


Club Name

Robotics

Club Teacher

Abdi Senol

Age Group

Years 5 and 6

Operating Day

Wednesday

Operating Time

15:15-16:15

Place

ICT room

Maximum Capacity

6 children

Required material/equipment Objectives

No design, fabricate, and test a robot

ROBOTICS 22


Club Name

Mastermind/ Logic Game

Club Teacher

Sebahat Ozdemir

Age Group

Year 2 and 3

Operating Day

Tuesday

Operating Time

15:15-16:15

Place

Turkish room

Maximum Capacity

6 students

Are students required any materials/equipment? Objectives

No Min Yup: A maths and mental game

MASTERMIND 23


Club Name

Speed Stacking

Club Teacher

Kelly Greenfield

Age Group

Year 2 & 3

Operating Day

Tuesday

Operating Time

3.15-4.15

Place

Nursery K

Maximum Capacity

10

Are students required any materials/equipment? Objectives

No

Build confidence, develop fine motor skills and improve handwriting

SPEED STACKING 24


Club Name

Romanian Club

Club Teacher

Raluca Damian

Age Group

Years 5 and 6

Operating Day

Monday and Friday (twice a week)

Operating Time

15.15-16.15

Place

Miss Raluca’s class

Maximum Capacity

15

Are students required any materials/equipment?

Dictionary, notebook

Objectives

This is an opportunity for students to learn Romanian whose native language is not Romanian

ROMANIAN 25


Club Name

Romanian Club

Club Teacher

Iulia Ghircoias

Age Group

Years 3 and 4

Operating Day

Monday and Friday

Operating Time

15.15-16.15

Place

Miss Iulia’s class

Maximum Capacity

15

Are students required any materials/equipment?

Dictionary, notebook

Objectives

This is an opportunity for students to learn Romanian whose native language is not Romanian

ROMANIAN 26


Research has shown that extracurricular activities are an important aspect of education. The benefits to students of participation in these activities are numerous. Extracurricular activities provide all students with equal opportunity to explore their individual interests. The benefits increase with the number and variety of choices so that more students' individual needs and interests can be met. Through extracurricular activities, students form a positive and voluntary connection to school. Connections are formed between students, faculty and peer groups. Relationships are built between students and positive adult role models who sponsor or participate in these activities. Additionally, it has been shown that this increase in a student's commitment to school and school values can also lead to better academic performance. ISB administrators and teachers are committed to providing a wide range of extracurricular activities for students. The variety and scope of activities offered is extensive so that every child in the school has a good chance to participate in an activity that is of interest to him or her. At ISB Primary, students as young as year two class can begin to participate in extracurricular activities. The activities available increase as students get older.


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ISB Clubs Manual Summer 2010