Value of Co-curricular Activities
At ACS Cobham we understand the value of co-curricular activities in helping to provide a well-rounded and balanced school experience. Together we shape the young hearts and minds that grow to respect cultural differences, and choose to make a difference to the lives of others.
This is most clearly seen in our many student-led outreach programmes. It is also highlighted by our long-standing commitment to create brighter learning opportunities in Namibia, and the international works of our Disaster Relief Fund to help alleviate the impact of sudden tragedy wherever it may occur in the world.
Students drive the many events that draw together artistic, cultural, interpersonal, intellectual, and compassionate leadership to extend learning beyond the classroom, and community beyond our front gates. Our young people turn compassion into action. The future is theirs, and they are proud to take responsibility for it.
Visual Arts Curriculum
Clubs & Activities
We offer a broad and exciting programme of after school activities that encourage children to develop new skills and talents, and find their passion outside of the classroom.
This summer, 21 students from ACS Cobham spent a month of their summer holiday in Namibia on a World Challenge expedition to enhance life skills such as teamwork, risk management, communication, negotiation, leadership and money management.
At ACS Camps we share the same heart felt goal that any parent has for their child. We aim to provide young people with an abundance of co-curricular opportunities that nurture and celebrate individual character, help develop social skills to get along with others, whilst building self-esteem and self-reliance.
Our year round camp programmes are very popular, designed to put young people at the heart of each camp where they benefit from the expertise, enthusiasm and dedication of highly qualified instructors.
ACS Camps welcomes children from our four ACS Schools, new families joining ACS, students from UK schools and the wider international school community.