Enrichment at Huili School Nantong will come in many forms, whether it is our sports and arts programmes, our commitment to cultural pursuits or simply the range of clubs and activities we will offer on a daily basis. We also provide a packed calendar of social, sporting, academic and artistic events throughout the year.
By encouraging all pupils to engage in activities beyond the classroom, we hope that they will develop a breadth of interests and skills, which in turn will benefit their development both personally and academically.
Huili will provides a truly holistic education by offering a variety of Co-Curricular Activities (CCAs) to extend learning in addition to our well-planned daily learning schedule. These CCA periods will take place within normal school days and all pupils are expected to take part in them.
Pupils will be able to choose to explore new sports, artistic pursuits, or even develop new academic skills and cultural appreciation through the CCA programme. Each CCA will be designed to allow each individual child to discover where their strengths and passions truly lie, deepening their enjoyment of each chosen activity while improving their aptitude for it.
As part of our Co-curriuclar activities programme, It is important that teaching and learning opportunities are maximised both on and off campus. Our staff carefully organise highly relevant, educational and enjoyable trips, which may include such things as outdoor camping and hiking and subject-related trips. Trips include visits in and out of Nantong, within and beyond China.
These excursions and trips will be undertaken as part of various academic activities, such as the World Scholars’ Cup, the Model United Nations and the World Leadership Programme. Trips will also used to help pupils to develop leadership skills or extend their learning beyond curriculum.
Our close partnership with Wellington College in England provides us with a range of visits and activities. During their time at the school, pupils may have the opportunity to visit the College and its affiliated Primary school, spending time with their peers in England and travelling across the country.