Clubs

Beacon Academy provides students with an access to a wide array of clubs which take place during school hours. Clubs provide students with the opportunity to explore their hidden talents and pursue their interests in areas that complement their academic and personal goals.

Clubs are a mandatory part of the Middle and Senior School curriculum and take place twice a week.

To animate is to bring to life. Students will explore the basics of animation through the techniques like Flip books, Stopmotion, Claymation etc.

Beacon Press is aimed at honing the creative writing skills in the students. Students are expected to work on thee publications through the year. These include the Year Book, a quarterly publication and a grade newsletter.

Choir club is a mandatory activity for Year 6 to Year 8 that provides activities that teach us how to sing together as a group based in harmony. It practice sense of unity, developing cooperation skill and self confident.

Dance is more than the exploring of different ways to make a shape or learning a series of steps to music; it is a way of moving that uses the body as an instrument of expression and communication. Through dance, students learn teamwork, focus, and improvisational skills. Dance awakens new perceptions in children which help them learn and think in new ways.

Entreprise is an important life-skill that will better prepare our young to stay relevant and thrive in a future of uncertainty and change. The spirit of the entreprise club is in essence a mindset and outlook of creativity and initiative.

 

A club where students can share their experiences with many kind of martial arts that they have learned. This club run by students themselves and supervise by Teacher. In this club, students will learn various basic movement of martials art such as Basic Attacks / Blocks (Boxing / Taekwondo), Footwork / Positioning when in a combat situation Basic Kicks (Taekwondo) and Basic Grappling Techniques (Aikido).

Model United Nations, also known as Model UN or MUN, is a club in which students typically role-play delegates to the United Nations and stimulate UN Committees. This activity takes place at MUN conference, which is usually organized by schools or MUN club.

Playing, practicing, and performing develop a sustained focus on mind, body, and voice which helps with other areas of life including school. Communication skills: drama enhances verbal and nonverbal expression of ideas. It improves voice projection, articulation, fluency of language, and persuasive speech.

Photography is a creative game between light and imaginary. In this club we will try to improve skills in composition and exposure. A DSLR camera is required to join the club.

Beacon Academy is committed to provide students with challenging and meaningful activities, Scuba Diving is one of the activity clubs offered  by the school. Scuba Diving provides students with the opportunity to develop their individual skills as well as awareness on environmental issues. Realizing that ocean protection starts by developing a love of it, the school is dedicated to allow students to cultivate that love through scuba diving.  

In TED-Ed clubs, students discover, explore and present their big ideas in the form of short, TED-style talks. Students work together to discuss and celebrate creative ideas which culminates in a showcase presentation at the end of the club cycle.

Basic Animation Club


To animate is to bring to life. Students will explore the basics of animation through the techniques like Flip books, Stopmotion, Claymation etc.

Beacon Press Club


Beacon Press is aimed at honing the creative writing skills in the students. Students are expected to work on thee publications through the year. These include the Year Book, a quarterly publication and a grade newsletter.

Choir Club


Choir club is a mandatory activity for Year 6 to Year 8 that provides activities that teach us how to sing together as a group based in harmony. It practice sense of unity, developing cooperation skill and self confident.

Entrepreneurship Club


Entreprise is an important life-skill that will better prepare our young to stay relevant and thrive in a future of uncertainty and change. The spirit of the entreprise club is in essence a mindset and outlook of creativity and initiative.

Martial Art Club


A club where students can share their experiences with many kind of martial arts that they have learned. This club run by students themselves and supervise by Teacher. In this club, students will learn various basic movement of martials art such as Basic Attacks / Blocks (Boxing / Taekwondo), Footwork / Positioning when in a combat situation Basic Kicks (Taekwondo) and Basic Grappling Techniques (Aikido).

Model United Nations (MUN) Club


Model United Nations, also known as Model UN or MUN, is a club in which students typically role-play delegates to the United Nations and stimulate UN Committees. This activity takes place at MUN conference, which is usually organized by schools or MUN club.

Musical Theatre Club


Playing, practicing, and performing develop a sustained focus on mind, body, and voice which helps with other areas of life including school. Communication skills: drama enhances verbal and nonverbal expression of ideas. It improves voice projection, articulation, fluency of language, and persuasive speech.

Photography Club


Photography is a creative game between light and imaginary. In this club we will try to improve skills in composition and exposure. A DSLR camera is required to join the club.

Scuba Diving Club


Beacon Academy is committed to provide students with challenging and meaningful activities, Scuba Diving is one of the activity clubs offered  by the school. Scuba Diving provides students with the opportunity to develop their individual skills as well as awareness on environmental issues. Realizing that ocean protection starts by developing a love of it, the school is dedicated to allow students to cultivate that love through scuba diving.  

TED-Ed Club


In TED-Ed clubs, students discover, explore and present their big ideas in the form of short, TED-style talks. Students work together to discuss and celebrate creative ideas which culminates in a showcase presentation at the end of the club cycle.