Beyond the Curriculum
The school offers a wide range of activities that provides for the all-round development of students’ personality through many avenues. The school believes in an inclusive policy and gives every student an opportunity to participate in the co-curricular programmes offered at school. In the KG and Primary Section, almost all activities involve all students. In the Middle and Secondary school, interested students are auditioned before the final selection for the various events.
PAINT - PLAY - PERFORM
Music, Art, and Dance are elective options beginning in GMS and offer students the chance to explore new interests and dig deeper into their passions.
- Art and Clay Modelling
- Dance/ Drama and Theatre
STEM & Robotics Club
CREATE – DESIGN – INNOVATE
The club encourages students to personalize their learning, pursue interests and embrace new ways of thinking.
- STEM & Robotics
- Microsoft Academy
- Tech Club
- Photography & Film Making
Sports & Athletics Club
RUN - SHOOT - SCORE
Research indicates that effective after school activity programs contribute to increased student achievement. Whether your child’s interests lie in community service, athletics, or the arts, SAS strives to offer a comprehensive and well balanced after school activity program. With over 50 sports teams, middle school students truly do have a world of choices.
- Roller Skating
A little planning goes a long way
The Literary club extend and enrich reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. It inculcate among students a flair for the language and enhance their literary skills ·
We also focus on developing the 4 “C”s of 21st Century skills (Collaboration, Critical Thinking, Communication and Creativity)
- Model United Nations (MUN) / Debate Club
- Quiz and Scrabble
Eco - Club
The Eco-Club at GEMS Millennium School, Sharjah aims to raise awareness on environmental issues and sustainable development through activities integrated into the curriculum. Environmental awareness and action, forms an intrinsic part of the culture and ethos of the school for all stakeholders, namely, the pupils, staff and our parent community. The specific objectives of the Club are to:
- Improve the school’s environment by planting trees around the school.
- Reduce litter and waste.
- Reduce the use of energy and water through enforcement
- Promote healthy lifestyles.
- Participate in the Earth Hour and other community programmes and contribute positively to global well-being.
The Eco-advocates of our Go Green Club from KG to the Senior School take responsibility to do a daily check of the classrooms for littering, switching off the lights, air conditioners and computers when not in use, recycle and reuse waste, and reduce the use of water. A year round campaign for collection of cans, paper, and plastic bottles is undertaken.
The mission of the Eco - Club is to ensure that all our pupils and staff demonstrate the 4 Rs which are- Recycle, Reuse, Reduce and Refuse, in their day-to-day life. Education for the Planet is undoubtedly an integral part of our curricular and co-curricular activities, thus preparing our pupils for the 21st century.
Dreamers - Thinkers - Doers
KSEP is an after school programme (12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.) which allows students to explore their innate interests and sets them on a path of lifelong creativity, exploration and curiosity.
- Roller Skating
- Fun with Coding
- Art & Craft
- Story Time
- Drama and Theatre
- Free Play
- Music and Yoga for Little Chefs
- Spell Bee and STEAM Activities
** While KSEP will be oﬀered at an additional cost for the students of KG 1, the students of KG 2 will be able to avail the KSEP activities all-inclusive in the tuition fees.