Activities

Field trips with all children are encouraged to enrich the classroom curriculum

Extracuricular activities

They are very important for the children’s human capital development. They help to unlock the confinement of innate talent that surface and finally find positive expression. Stronger ties are established between pupils and their peers.

Fields trips - Dance - Music - Arts

Stronger ties are established between pupils and their peers.

Field trips

Field trips give students educational experiences away from their regular school environment
  • Year 2014: Excursion to the seaport and Douala maritime museum
  • Year 2015: Excursion to the Douala international airport
  • Year 2016: Excursion to First African Company
  • Year 2017: Excursion to the Nigerian Consulate in Douala

Dance

Choreographic steps are creatively improvised to reflect the rhythms from different regional backgrounds, emphasizing the cultural identity of the pupils of GKCA.

Dance is a natural method for learning and a basic form of cultural expression

It is also a powerful ally for developing many of the attributes of a growing child, helping the child mature physically, emotionally, socially, and cognitive.

Music

Exposure to music from early childhood onwards helps children to speak more clearly and develop a larger vocabulary and to develop fine motor skills.

As the children’s nimble fingers are guided to produce pleasing notes whether from the piano, flute or guitar and their voices are trained to hold notes, gifts and innate talents are groomed to blossom to higher levels of mastery and excellence, committed to the audience of one.

Arts & Crafts

Art education teaches students how to interpret, criticize, and use visual information, and how to make choices based on it

The pupils of GKCA are gradually mastering the arts of weaving, painting, sculpting with clay, chiseling wood into different beautiful shapes and preparing flower bouquets.