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International School Suva

World Class Citizens ~ Life Long Learners

Learning Beyond the Classroom

 Bag of Love 2  Camps  colorful lives  Fundraising for Service trip
Bag of Love
Making bags for the children’s hospital
 Year 10 camp  Mobile Kindy group
Using art to create awareness on Climate change
Painting of a bridge in downtown Suva
CAS trip to New Caledonia

At International School Suva our co-curricular activities are intended to extend students learning beyond the classroom. This takes the form of:

  • Service to the community
  • Developing personal interests, creativity and practical skills
  • Maintaining a healthy lifestyle: improving health fitness and wellbeing 
  • Nurturing a sense of adventure and risk taking through our camps and partnering with organizations in the wider community to achieve this. Students are encouraged to go beyond their comfort zone and embrace the environment that we live in.

In addition to the CAS requirements of the International Baccalaureate program, the secondary school also offers the Duke of Edinburgh Award. Both programs encapsulate the above points and are enjoyable, challenging and rewarding programs.  

Duke of Edinburgh Program

Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS)

In recent years, International School Suva has partnered with Fiji’s voyaging Society, The Uto ni Yalo Trust which has allowed our students to discover Fiji, nurture being stewards of the sea and the land and at the same time develop and enjoy sailing.  This partnership has enabled our students to satisfy requirements for both CAS and the Duke of Edinburgh awards.

Community and Service videos created by students:

  • Marine Life for the children of Moturiki [view]
  • Sorry is not enough: Awareness clip on domestic violence [view]
  • Underwater footage by Secondary Students [view] [view]
  • Leadership program to Savusavu, in the North of Fiji also known as the Hidden Paradise [view
Learn to swim program 2 Service work in New Caledonia Uto 3 Vunilagi Book club 2
 Learn to swim

 Beach Cleanup in New Caledonia  Sailing on the Uto ni Yalo Reading to Children 
Promoting literacy for the children of Fiji