TIS offers different kinds of club activities for all pupils during the school year. The clubs are held mainly by TIS staff members.
We hope that many children will join the clubs and enjoy the possibility of having various activities in our own school.
Important to know about school clubs
Participating in school clubs is voluntary and free of charge. If you sign up for a club, you commit yourself to participate in the club regularly.
The purpose of the first meeting is to get to know each other. Sign up for a club beforehand directly to the club supervisor or according to a separate instruction.
The school rules and regulations apply during clubs also. You are not allowed to wait for the club to start inside the school building.
The school insurances are valid during the club activities organised by the school. If the pupil has to wait after the school day until the club starts, the guardians are responsible for the pupil during this time.
After School Club
After School Club offers a safe and fun environment for your children after their school day ends (until 17:00). Care is mainly provided for 1st and 2nd grades. Pupils from other grades can also participate if there are free places.
The club is run by Jon Brazier. If you have any questions, please contact Jon +358 40 1477428
or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The role of the After School Club is to support and balance out the children’s school day. There are set times for both quiet and physical activities (both outside and inside) and children are positively encouraged to join in both. Children are also encouraged to interact with each other socially in a way that they feel comfortable.
Club activities are versatile. They vary from doing homework, quiet play together, or board games, to football, soccer or other games in the gym.
A healthy snack is offered every day (around 14:15) which is included in the fee.
End of school – 15.00 92e
End of school – 17.00 110e
Chess club takes place on Fridays at 13.25. The club lasts for an hour. The instructor is Mr Kalle Niemi.
In case your school day finishes at 14.15, you can join the club at 14.30 in Norssi building, as Mr Niemi is having a club there too.
Please sign up by sending an e-mail to Mr Niemi at email@example.com . Tell him your child’s name, class and your contact details. Note that the parent has to send the sign up message.
For Norssi and TIS lower secondary level girls only. The club will take place at Norssi’s home economics classroom on Wednesdays at 16.00-18.00.
Start date: 2.10.2019
Cooking club is in English.
Contact person: Elina Kathleen Sinivaara / Turun Tyttöjen Talo; tel. +358 50 339 3323
Homework Club (grades 1-6)
Homework Club for grades 1-6 takes place on Tuesdays at 13.30 – 15.00 in room 120 in TIS building.
Homework Club is available to everyone but it is intended, primarily to be used to provide extra support for students with Intensified and Specialised study plans. Students with adjusted study plans are expected to participate each week so that we are able to properly support their needs.
To enroll in Homework Club please contact Marta Mäki (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jory Martindale (email@example.com)
Homework Club (grades 7-9)
Homework Club for grades 7-9 takes place from Monday to Friday at 9.30-10.00 in room B2108 in Norssi building.
If your school day begins at 10 am, you can come a little earlier and do your homework or other school work and get help if you need it.
Contact person: Katja Jokila (firstname.lastname@example.org)
LEGO League / robotics club
LEGO League / robotics club will take place on Wednesdays at 15.00-16.00 for grade 5 and Thursdays at 15.00-16.00 for grade 6. If you’d like to participate please contact Jory Martindale (email@example.com)
School on the Move Club
School on the Move sports club for grades 1-4 takes place in TIS gym on Mondays at 8.15-9.15 and Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 13.15-14.15.
The club is run by professional coaches – Merdan Mahmud on Mondays and Fridays, Jon Brazier on Tuesdays and Yahima Valdes on Thursdays.
Children can sign up but filling in an enrolment form (please ask the class teacher). Children can participate in all clubs that fit their schedule. The clubs are free and participants are insured by the school.
School on the Move Clubs in Turku aim at developing basic exercise skills of children, which contribute to their socio-emotional and cognitive development. Children play games and exercise according to their wishes. The School on the Move Clubs are all about working together and enjoying physical exercises.
More information about School on the Move Clubs for grades 5-6 coming soon!
The TIS ZAU Club is organized in collaboration with LUMA Centre Finland and Zonta International District 20.
ZAU Club aims to introduce 10 to 12-year-old children to the world of science. The topics can vary from exploring food and reactions, the environment, art and sciences to stars and space. The participants have an opportunity to investigate different phenomena and use their creativity in problem-solving.
Johanna Rajala and Aliisa Wahlsten are our ZAU Club teachers. Please see the short introductions below:
Johanna: I am studying to become a teacher at the University of Turku. I am a fan of phenomenon-based learning and I think a good starting point to science is asking questions. The nature is full of amazing phenomena and what better way to make discoveries than by exploring, experimenting and observing. My goal is to get children excited about science and provide them with positive experiences.
Aliisa: I have studied biology three years at the University of Turku. My minor subjects are chemistry and geography and next year I am studying pedagogy. I know that we are going to have nice autumn with science, wondering about amazing natural phenomena. I am excited to teach and inspire everyone about the surrounding world.
The club runs on Mondays 14.15-15.15 in Mr Ward’s classroom B2109 in Norssi.
Contact person: Ulla-Riikka Ylitalo (firstname.lastname@example.org)