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Co-curricular activities form an integral aspect of our holistic education programme. These activities are designed to give learners lifelong experiences. Through co-curricular activities students are able to develop their full potential and skills in leadership, problem solving, teamwork, communication and competencies that will prepare them for a rapidly evolving world.


InvestmentAs the good book says Train up the child in the way he should go, so that when he is old he will not depart from it. We as a club have adopted this as our motto. Our main aim is to inculcate the idea of investment in the minds of our members, let them love and appreciate it in their youthful ages.
We educate them through various means, the types of investments, their characteristics and processes involve in each type of investment. Members are told of great investors and how they led the lives. Our activities and lessons in a way form a second class for our business students.
But as a school, members are constantly reminded about Paul Clitheroe quote, "Invest in yourself. Your career is the engine of your wealth." As at now the stage is set for the establishment of a bank (BBIS – Bank of BIS) and our website will soon be hosted on the World Wide Web. The enthusiasm with which club members involve themselves in club activities is overwhelming.

We will not wait to be told to go to the ant and learn its ways. The time to learn about investment is now. We will make hay as the sun is shining.
SwimmingThe BIS Swimming Club provides a fun, social and athletic time at Lizzy Sport Complex every Tuesday during the extra-curricular activity period (2:20pm – 3:40pm). We engage in swimming training exercises with assistance from professionals.
Students were taken through the following lessons
• Water familiarization
• Breath control
• Leg and arms paddling
• Breast stroke and
• Freestyle
Volunteering & charityThe main vision of the charity club of British International School, Ghana is to see a world without poverty. The club therefore works to alleviate human suffering by providing aid and assistance to the most needy and vulnerable especially women and children in deprived communities.
The charity club believes that every good act is charity and a man’s true wealth hereafter is the good that he does in this world to his fellow.
MusicThe music club seeks to groom students to acquire and consolidate a range of basic musical skills, knowledge and understanding, through the activities of listening, performing and songwriting; thereby, providing students with foundations for the development of an informed appreciation of music and further study in music at higher levels.
Multi-mediaIn our increasingly technological world, literacy involves media literacy, i.e. the capacity to be conversant with various forms of media and the ability to employ these media to express oneself. At British International School, our Multimedia Club introduces students to multimedia and animation software that allow them to combine photos, narration, animation and videos to create movies in a QuickTime format.

Students document school activities, such as UN and sports days, and are able to preserve and share these memories with others, either via DVDs commemorating the school year or movies posted on the web that feature the ongoing activities here at BIS. You will soon see some of the students’ work on the BIS Official Vimeo and YouTube Channels.
ArtAs part of life activities, every person must have skills that can transform their academic knowledge into applied science. The objective of the art club is to introduce students to skilled based activities to support them in life. The art club engage in bead making, painting, sewing, printing etc to harness the potentials and skills of students at the same time introduces them to new innovations to make those artifacts.
TennisTennis club is one of the most interesting clubs pupils sign up for. It introduces training session for pupils to build knowledge in various tennis activities. Pupils are prepared to participate in tournaments in different divisions.
Public speaking & debaters“According to most studies, people’s number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. That means that for the average person, if you have to go to a funeral, you’re better off in the casket than doing the eulogy.”
Regardless of ones ambitions, career path or dreams, there’s a good chance that one day they will be required to make a speech in public. It may be a presentation to school or work colleagues it may be a toast at a friend’s wedding or a statement at a community meeting.

Whatever the purpose, almost every one of us will be involved in public speaking in some form at some point in our lives, so we need to be prepared to do a good job when that time comes. Also, employers consistently rank public speaking and related communication skills as one of the top skills they look for in employees.
Finally, being an effective public speaker gives you the tools to make a difference in your business, in your community, even in the world.