Co-Curricular Departments

Sireen Yassine
Head of Co-Curricular Departments

1. Music


The Music program will strive to enhance communication between LWIS’s constituents by providing opportunities
for our learners, parents and staff to collaborate in all aspects of school productions in a professionally designed area.

Productions involving the Performing Arts may range from:
  • theatrical education shows to talent shows for each section of the school.
  • musical concerts and rhythmic/drama performances.
  • mini movie productions.
  • community service productions for local orphanages and other community programs.
The objectives of this curriculum component are:
  • to develop learners’ creativity.
  • to create and recreate works in art, rhythmic, rhythmic movement, and theater, that are satisfying and meaningful.
  • to apply their knowledge and skills in relation to other areas of life.
  • to have a worldwide and broad view of the arts.
  • to find personal, familial and communal joy and excitement in the enriching qualities that arts can add to life.
  • to improve one’s self-confidence in public appearances to enhance learners’ communication skills.


2. Physical Education

In Physical Education, emphasis is placed on a broad spectrum of learning and personal development.
Learning involves thinking and feeling, being active and processing information, and not just using skills.
This program works with all children regardless of their talents, skills, or limitations since they all have the potential to become physically educated.

3. Craft and Technical Arts

Our Craft and Technical Arts program is yet another place where head, heart and hands converge, providing opportunities to tackle real world design challenges.

The program allows learners to work conceptually and physically, moving from theory to practice: bringing the designs of the mind into the physical world while providing a rewarding sense of accomplishment and empowerment.

The objectives of this program creative expression, collaborative learning, and competency in the language of craft and design, and personal empowerment by building confidence in their own creative and productive abilities.

Craft encourages habits of hard work, effective collaboration and social interaction.

4. Photography

Photography learners will explore the basics of photography and digital image editing as well as the principles of communication in today’s society. 

They will cover the technical aspects of using and maintaining a camera-learning the mechanics of camera use and go on to explore the artistic side of photography which includes pictures composition.

5. Video Production

6. Home Making

Home Making is a race designed for young people of home making, managing day-to-day operations.

The course includes many topics, such as food and cooking hygiene, home economics, home decor, ceramics, basics in cooking, nutrition, sewing and fitting, tailoring and alterations, drafting pattern, and sewing design.

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