A robust co-curricular program is an essential part of your child’s education. Research shows that co-curricular activities are beneficial to a student’s well-being, the benefits include:

  • Improved behaviour
  • Enhanced communication skills
  • Polished leadership skills
  • Excellent academic attainment

The education of your children is a serious endeavour, and we give full attention to every facet of your child’s education at HELP International School, including extra and co-curricular activities. Through a well-rounded education, students become well-read, well-spoken, well-travelled, well-mannered and well-balanced. In other words, students are able to enjoy life to the fullest.

All students at HELP International School are encouraged to participate in our many clubs, societies, sports teams and uniform groups.

Student will have an opportunity to learn about and sign up for the many activities available each term at our Extra and Co-curricular Fair.

6 CCAs Catagories:

  1. Academic Co-curriculars
  2. Creative Arts
  3. Cultural
  4. Music and Performing Arts
  5. Sports & Outdoor
  6. Others

CCA List:

  1. Duke of Edinburgh’s international award
  2.  Fencing
  3.  Rugby
  4.  Football
  5.  Badminton
  6.  Table Tennis
  7.  Netball
  8.  Volleyball
  9.  Ultimate Frisbee
  10.  Swimming
  11. World Scholar’s Cup
  12.  School production (past productions include a Shakespearean play, “Oliver”, “Wicked”, “Jungle Book”, “High School Musical”)
  13.  Peripatetic instrumental – drum kit/ guitar/ cajon/ violin/ ukelele/ flute/ guitar/ trumpet
  14.  Chinese Orchestra
  15.  24 Festive Drum with Hands Percussion
  16.  Rhythm Factory
  17.  Photography club
  18.  LEGO club
  19. Athletics
  20.  Rhythmic gymnastics
  21.  Cheerleading
  22.  Karate
  23.  Muay Thai
  24.  Outdoor and
    indoor team building
  25.  Zumba
  26.  Dance club
  27.  A capella choir
  28.  International voices
  29. Junior MasterChef
  30.  Mad Scientist
  31.  STEM Challenge
  32.  Debate and public speaking
  33.  Yearbook committee
  34.  Languages boosters
  35.  Future Problem Solving Skills
  36.  Coding club
  37.  Rubriks Cube
  38.  Outreach Club
  39.  Boys Brigade

House System

A traditional feature of many British schools is the placement of students in groups called Houses. The House system exists mainly to create an atmosphere of healthy competition, leadership and teamwork among students. Every student at HIS will be placed in one of four houses. Each of the Houses is named after a mythical winged creature. Each of these mythical birds represent certain noble characteristics and virtues which students are expected to inculcate and emulate. The names, respective symbols of the Houses and their key characteristics are as follows:


Dragon House

Strength & Excellence


Phoenix House

Kindness & Reliability


Pegasus House

Focus & Accomplishment


Griffin House

Courage & Power