The school is a member of the IAYP (International
Award for Young People) and also participates
in the World Scholar’s Cup.
The school is a member of the IAYP (International Award for Young People) and also participates in the World Scholar’s Cup.
The school is a member of the IAYP (International Award for Young People) and encourages the girls to participate in its development program. There are many enthusiastic students who aspire for the Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards.
ISTA (International School Theatre Association) brings together young people, artists and teachers from different countries in different settings to experience, create and learn about theatre.
We are also members of ISA(International School Award) The International School Award is a prestigious badge of honour for schools given by the British Council that can bring an international dimension to teaching and learning.
Model UN is a popular activity for those interested in learning more about how the UN operates. The United Nations Model UN Programme aims to build and maintain strong links between the UN and Model UN participants across the globe.
Hopetown Girls’ School has been actively participating in various Inter School MUNs. MUN training for the girls interested to participate in various MUN competitions is arranged once in the year, thereafter the girls get a first-hand experience by organising an Inter House MUN on campus.
We take pride to note that a number of our girls have been excelling at the MUN forums, which not only helps them to know the world and the issues faced by different countries but also makes them good public speakers with firm resolve.
Clubs in school helps students to interact with peers who have similar interests. It helps students to learn to share and appreciate each other. Whether students create or lead a club, participating in an extracurricular activity enhances your experience at school.
Clubs help students acquire knowledge about themselves working and cooperating with students of different interests and personalities towards attaining a common goal.
The World Scholar’s Cup is a very interesting forum that helps children develop a number of skills. They learn to think originally and on their feet, articulate their ideas and work in mixed teams to present their learnings.