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After School Clubs

At BBIS we offer our students a broad selection of after school clubs and activities. The majority of the clubs are run by our teaching staff. 

Extra-Curricular activities offer opportunities for students to learn the values of teamwork, individual and group responsibility, physical strength and endurance, competition, diversity, and a sense of culture and community. They also provide a channel for reinforcing the lessons learned within the classroom, offering students the opportunity to apply academic skills in a real-world context, and are considered to be part of a well-rounded education.

Some of the clubs on offer at BBIS:
  • Acapella Group
  • Chess for Beginners
  • Duke of Edinburgh International Award
  • World Scholars’ Cup Club
  • Basketball Boys & Girls
  • German Conversation Club
  • Hispanic Culture Club
  • Maths Competition Club
  • Maths Support Club
  • Service and Leadership
  • Soul Band
  • Yoga & Mindfulness
  • DP Ab Initio Spanish Conversation Club
  • DP Maths Club
  • Model UN
  • Volleyball Boys and Girls
  • Book Club (Secondary)
  • Independent Art & Design

Sports Clubs / Teams

As part of developing student-athletes, participation in the BBIS Sports Teams enables students to challenge themselves as risk-takers, develop their communication and thinking skills and develop friendships alongside building new skills. BBIS participates in competitive fixtures within Budapest and further afield with tournaments in Austria, Slovakia, Serbia and the Czech Republic. The MYP competitive teams follow seasons and compete in the following sports;

  • Autumn – Football, Cross Country
  • Winter – Basketball
  • Spring – Volleyball, Tennis
  • Summer – Athletics

At BBIS, alongside the other Budapest International Schools, we are in the process of developing a fixture and tournament schedule for our Upper Primary Students (Year 5 & 6). This will be similar to the competitive schedule for MYP Students; however, the focus will be more on skill development, participation and enjoyment than focusing on results and playing to win.

All of our extra-curricular competitive teams are open to both boys and girls; however, MYP students will train separately with KS2 students training together.

For further information, don’t hesitate to get in touch with a member of the Physical Education Department.