Our aim is to encourage students to become well-rounded individuals via a co-curricular programme that reflects our belief that individuals succeed in an environment where their abilities and talents are promoted.
Arcadia students are able to participate in a variety of co-curricular activities, including sports, arts, music and clubs, as well as learning about organic farming, animal care and the beautiful nature that surrounds the school.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION, SPORTS
At Arcadia Academy, we are committed to providing top quality physical education teaching and learning because we recognise the contribution that sport plays to the health and well-being of our students. We implement a broad and balanced Physical Education curriculum covering 6 units across the academic year.
Our students have access to our onsite all-weather football pitch, tennis court and running track, which was opened in September 2017. In addition, we have full use of a brand new, state of the art sport centre.
Our aim is to ensure that all pupils have a positive view of physical education and sport enabling them to continue to participate in later life.
Arcadia Football Academy, weekly practices with travel to European tournaments
Physical Conditioning, Track and Field, Harvard Bleep Test, Cross-Country fitness training
Rugby, Archery, Basketball, Field Hockey, Boxing, Sailing, Kayaking
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMME
Students at Arcadia are able to take lessons in art, music and dance (ballet and street dance), with the opportunity for performing in musical theatre, concerts and dance shows.
During the year, Arcadia puts on performances at International Day, Christmas and at end-of-the-school year. We also produce smaller projects for festivals and special events.
Five years ago, at our small school house, we set out to make a movie called ‘Queen Teuta’s Treasure’, where the students played historical characters. Looking at it now reminds us of the passion and dedication that we stood for when we started Arcadia. We take pride in knowing that this spirit is still with us today, challenging us to create the best learning experience for our students. Watch till the end to see how we have progressed on our journey!
Dance Class Warm Up!
Queen Teuta’s Treasure – Student Production
Our after school programme boosts academic performance, encourages positive behaviour from teamwork, and provides a structured environment for the children to learn new skills.
Students are able to take extra classes in:
– Robotics, educational robots that are smart with coding, programming, math
– 3D Games Creation, game design and creation
– Archeology with digs for Roman and Illyrian artifacts in our locality
– Media and Broadcasting, news channels, video editing
– 3D printing, making STEM subjects fun and engaging