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Extra-curricula

Younger students take part in these activities as regular classes, whereas the seniors participate in their chosen activities through clubs.

Arts, Culture & Extra Curricular Activities

Non-academic activities are widely considered to be a factor that influences a child’s ability to excel. But more than that, we at IWS feel that offering students a variety of fun activities helps bring out their love of learning and makes them genuinely happy to go to school.

Younger students take part in these activities as regular classes, whereas the seniors participate in their chosen activities through clubs.
Interaction program with
the professionals
IWS has also initiated a program that brings inspiring leaders to the school, allowing children to interact with them. Some past examples include Women For Human Rights founder, Ms. Lily Thapa, and former Miss Nepal World, Shrinkhala Khatiwada.
We encourage all students to get involved in cultural pursuits as well as sports.
Some of the extra-curricular activities at IWS include: Swimming, futsal, cricsal, Taekwondo, arts & crafts, music, yoga and different forms of dance, as well as other sports and games.
There is even a Social Club that plants the seeds of moral values into children’s minds.
IWS has also initiated a program that brings inspiring leaders to the school, allowing children to interact with them. Some past examples include Women For Human Rights founder, Ms. Lily Thapa, and former Miss Nepal World, Shrinkhala Khatiwada.
Learning doesn’t just happen in the classroom, though.
Outings can be a great educational tool to teach us about the world around us. IWS students of all age groups go on excursions and short educational tours in and around the Kathmandu Valley.
Last but not least, IWS gives its students ample opportunity to show off their talents and skills through different inter- and intra-school competitions.

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