Our Co-Curricula Program
Our co-curricula program enables students to grow as individuals while exploring their passions, interacting with different cultures, being of service to others and experiencing new activities. We offer our international school students a wide range of opportunities for holistic development. Our small size also enable us to be responsive to the interests of our students with new opportunities being made available to them every year.
Surabaya European School’s swimming programme extends from teaching our youngest students basic water safety through to training for inter-school carnivals for our older students. All the way through our students are guided in refining their technique while enjoying the fitness benefits of swim training.
We are dedicated to helping our students cultivate lifestyles that will maintain and improve their overall wellbeing during their time with us and beyond. To assist this we offer
- fitness training
- nutrition education
The range of sports offered varies slightly from semester to semester based on student interests. In the past we have offered:
- Tee ball
- Table Tennis
We offer homelearning help activities for all year levels in Primary School and for Secondary subjects. In addition to this, some other activities we have offered include:
Indonesian Exam Preparation
Maths IGCSE Preparation
We have a responsibility to educate our students and our community about caring for the planet on which we all rely. Our aim is to equip our students with the knowledge and critical thinking skills required to inform their own decisions, and to empower them to take action. To facilitate this we offer opportunities to engage with sustainability themes in order to understand how to confront the challenges resulting from human activity and to take meaningful action.
Model United Nations
Surabaya European School students have been participating in Model United Nations (MUN) conferences in the past. We hope that we can provide a useful and memorable experience to students, not only to speak up on their own, but to solve problems and improvise for the future. We believe that through MUN, students will gain skills and recognition, additionally MUN proves helpful for important decisions such as applying to schools in the future.
Excursions and trips form an important part of our students’ education by allowing them to interact with other cultures and environments both domestically and internationally. In addition to numerous Primary and Secondary school excursion. School excursions, our students are also offered opportunities involved with the International Award and the Model United Nations (MUN).
Duke of Edinburgh Award
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award, also known as The International Award for Young People, is the world’s leading youth achievement award and is available to students from 14 years onwards. Our teachers mentor and facilitate students who take the personal challenge of completing different levels of the award.
In addition to developing their performance skills, participating in Drama also develops confidence, communication and leadership skills. Drama allows students to explore the world that they live in, take risks and express themselves. To supplement drama tuition in class, SES offers a range of opportunities for participation including:
- Annual School Production
- Talent Show
- Film Club
Dance and Music
The study of music and dance plays a vital role in children’s holistic development. Studies have shown it can lead to better brain development, increases in human connection, and even stress relief. Student studying these arts tend to be more creative, self-motivated, disciplined and focused in their everyday lives. They are also generally more expressive in their communication of emotions, thoughts and feelings.
At SES, we engage in regular individual projects with the local community that our students are heavily involved in. Many of our community projects run hand in hand with our environmental awareness programme.
We offer a range of activities that allow our students to explore and develop in both digital and more traditional media. The range varies slightly from semester to semester based on student interests. In the past we have offered:
- Secondary Magazine
- Graphic Art
- Fine Art
- Watercolour painting