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At Woodhill College, learners have a wide variety of activities from which to choose. From school sports and Curro Create programmes, to community outreach projects and leadership programmes, our learners can gain 21st-century skills in nearly any field they choose.
School sports and cultural activities
As a Curro Select school, we believe that participation in activities plays an important role in promoting health, team-awareness, discipline and self-confidence in addition to physical and social well-being. As our school has a formidable school sports and cultural performance record, we offer a wide variety of sports and cultural activities, including Curro Create programmes which develop learners’ inherent 21st-century skills and creative talents. These activities are generally included in the school fees, unless otherwise stated.
We offer two Curro Create programmes aimed at helping learners develop their creative talents to their full potential. Curro Arts Superhero (CAS) is an internal creative mentorship platform with a grading element, where learners are encouraged to discover, develop and display their inherent 21st-century skills and creative talents. As a Curro Select school, learners can also participate in the annual Curro Create National Youth Theatre Festival, wherein schools enter a one-act play in any genre and official language. The winning plays are chosen through a series of adjudications by world-class theatre-makers, who closely mentor learners throughout the process.
We believe that outreach programmes are important not only to benefit the community, but also to develop appreciation and empathy in our learners. Therefore, our school’s outreach committees host various ad hoc outreach programmes during the year and learners are actively involved in all areas of the project.
As a Curro Select school, we are actively involved in various community outreach programmes, including:
At Woodhill College, we provide learners with leadership development opportunities to create an inherent notion of service-leadership. Learners in Grade 7 are provided with the necessary skills to fulfil their responsibilities as the leaders in the primary school, thereby developing their individual traits. All Grade 7 learners attend weekly development sessions and are particularly involved in the school’s outreach programmes during the year.