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NISL 50years Celebration week on 21st - 26th August 2017.


           

AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES TERM 3

The after school activities of this term covers below listed activities:

Free Gym
An exciting programme focusing on basic gymnastics skills, tumbling, flexibility, balance and strength in a variety of fun ways using trampoline, balance beam, vaulting, aerial silks and floor/mat work. Taught by Marianne Gladwin who is a fitness specialist and has 25 years’ experience teaching Gymnastics, dance, aerial gym.
Music Club
Run by staff from Kunbi’s Music Company. They provide a structured approach to music education where students are encouraged to learn for pleasure and for music qualifications. The content and pace of the classes are tailored according to the abilities of each group.
Art and Craft Club
This will be run by Mrs Dewunmi Etti and her team. Dewunmi is an experienced Child Practitioner and mother of three, who is passionate about children expressing their creative nature. She has run her own art school in her home for many years and has a wealth of experience with children.
Dance Club
Louise-Rose is an ex-professional dancer with many years of dance experience in classical ballet, Latin and ballroom, tap and modern/contemporary dance. She is a qualified AIDT modern and tap teacher and hopes to offer pupils an overall introduction to dance and the many benefits and joys this wonderful art can bring.
Bricks4kids
Bricks4kids explores principles of engineering, architecture, physics and more. Students build models that help develop problem solving and critical thinking skills. This activities is offered to children of all ages. Children of 4 and 5 years will use large duplo lego. Children of 6 and above will use technical lego.
Sports
This is a new initiative which will be run by Mr Tony. In these lessons he will be focus on developing some basic skills for a variety of sports such as tennis, badminton, squash, volleyball, basketball, netball, handball and soccer; for boys and girls.
American Football
The students will be introduced to the basic techniques and rules of American Football in a safe and child-friendly way. Boys and girls can attend. Equipment (helmets, pads, initial jerseys) will be provided. The Coaches of the Lagos Marines American Football Team are eager to teach you one of the most exciting team sports where the focus will be on improving self-esteem, leadership qualities and personal courage and fitness.
Gymnastics
The younger children really enjoyed this new initiative last term and we hope to see some new pupils joining. Mr Osho and Miss Victoria are looking forward to welcoming you to gymnastics. A minimum of 10 children is required for it to run.
Junior Football
Mr Tony will develop the football skills of the younger children in offering weekday football this term
Yoga
Mrs Ritu who is very well known in Minimax as one of the teachers is looking forward to introducing yoga at NISL. Starting a Yoga practice at a young age can be filled with benefits for your child in: creating a positive self-image, enhancing body awareness, balance & coordination, increasing strength, flexibility and muscle tone, managing growing pains, improving focus & calming, learning respect for self and others. She welcomes children for weekly sessions of Sun Salutations, Animal poses, Games, Deep breathing & Relaxationall with a healthy dose of fun!