Service Learning

ASW students learn to be responsible members of local, national and global communities by taking meaning action in their own lives and beyond.  Service is integrated into the  PYP, MYP and DP programmes, offering students ample opportunities to make their voices heard and take action on issues that matter to them and the community.

For example, elementary students look after a school garden or learn to construct bird boxes to support local wildlife through a classroom project. In the upper school, students join after-school clubs and activities related to service such as Refugee Club, Hand&Paw Club, or through student leadership. CAS (Creativity, Activity, Service) is an integral part of the IB DP and gives students even greater autonomy in crafting unique and sustainable projects.

We invite you to read stories from our Service Learning programs below, where you can see how our students engage in projects aiming to support our local community. 

Service Learning Blog

A Day of Service Engagement for 9th graders

On April 5 groups of 9th graders embarked on unique expeditions. These were journeys into the heart of their community, where they actively engaged with four inspiring institutions. Throughout the day, the students transformed from observers into participants, hopefully leaving a lasting impact while gaining invaluable life lessons.

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