The ethos and spirit of Sapphire International School education is a complete, well- rounded education. At SIS sports and extra- curricular activities are as important a part of our curriculum as academics. It helps to develop self-confidence and self esteem of the students. Co-curricular activities reflect the diverse interest of the students and lead to all round development of them.
SIS considers not only the cognitive development of its students but also the other aspects of their personality as equally significant to be developed or nurtured. To enhance the students' all round development and to cultivate their varied interests, a strong academic foundation, is complemented with a rich selection of co-curricular activities. These activities form a regular part of the school curriculum and a spirit of healthy competition is generated through inter house, interclass and inter school competitions.
The school aims to develop control, co-ordination and mastery of the body, learnt through action, sensation and observation. Opportunities are provided to grow and develop through dance, athletics, games and indoor, outdoor and adventurous activities.
In addition to academic achievement, we strive to provide experiences that contribute to the physical, social and emotional development of all our students. We offer a broad range of school clubs and initiatives designed to further enrich student life at SIS.
The children are encouraged to be spontaneously creative, using a variety of media and techniques in art and craftwork. An awareness of colour, shape, balance, focus and proportion are developed alongside the use of symbols to convey ideas and feelings. The study of a wide range of artists, craftspeople and designers complements this work.
The teaching of music is based upon the fact that it is a creative and social art to be enjoyed. Children have the opportunity to enjoy musical experiences through listening, singing, movement and dance.
This subject is used across the curriculum, to stimulate interest and to develop understanding and empathy in a variety of situations. Drama is a useful and versatile tool in the development of language and in building confidence. School plays and productions, allow the children to gain a sense of confidence for the skills they have acquired.