Before and After School

Lower School Sports Clubs (K1-Grade 6)

In order to promote good health and physical fitness among our younger students who are not yet old enough to take part in extra curricular team sports, a number of sports clubs are open to children from age 4. Offerings include: Swimming (swimming lessons and swim clubs), gymnastics, track & field, ball sports and soccer.

The Lower School extra curricular sports Program is organised on an intramural basis and provides students the opportunity to participate in volleyball, soccer, basketball, swimming and track & field. Participation in the Program is limited to students in Grade 4 or 5 with the exception of swimming which starts in Grade 3. Every student taking part is given the opportunity to participate in intramural games. After an initial training period, which is devoted to learning the skills of the game, the participants are divided into teams and games are scheduled with other schools or local clubs. The coaches make every effort to balance the teams according to ability, age and experience. A formal intramural tournament is also held each season. The coaches select an "all-star" team to represent the school at the Northwest European Council of International Schools (NECIS) tournaments. Only fifth graders may be selected for NECIS; except for swimming and track & field, where fourth graders may also be invited to take part.

After School Course Activity(Preschool-Grade 5)

After School Course Activities are available DAILY at ISL and operate throughout the ISL school calendar year. There are a number of days when Lower School is closed due to Lower School conferences and ISL Lower School staff development days. On these days, we are
able to offer Full Days Course Activities to registered children.

After School Courses are available each day to Lower School children attending Preschool to G5.  Daily After School Courses include Lego, Tennis, Badminton, Table tennis, Arts & Crafts and Baking courses.

Monday to Friday from 15h15 to 17h45
Extended Hours are available daily from 17h45 to 18h15

After School Course Activities Cost:
You can register your child in After School Club by contacting Ann Marie Runge by email or call mobile number 621 301 325 for a registration form or for further information

Please note this is not an ISL organised activity.

After School Art (Grade 1-5)

Classes take place between school vacations on 4-6 week basis depending on ISL’s school calendar. Students commit to a full Monday or Tuesday course. Courses are limited to a maximum of 8 students from grades1 to 5, to allow focused work and individual tutoring.  Each course represents a full cycle, within which children will be made familiar with different art techniques and mediums e.g. drawing, painting, collage, printmaking, sculpture. Classes last 1 hour 30 minutes, starting at 15.30 and ending at 17.00. Contact for more information. 

 This is not an ISL organised activity.

After School Art and Crafts (Grade 1 - 5)

Art & Craft classes are designed to nurture children's creativity, inspire creative thinking and develop skills like communication, self-expression and concentration. Children will be motivated to "think outside the box".  In each class, children are given a creative prompts to encourage them to use their imagination to create in new and original ways. The course includes various art & craft making such as decoupage, rust work, paper mache, canvas painting with various techniques and sketching.

Classes take place on Thursday from 15.30 to 16.45. Contact Megha Goenka by email
for more information.  

Please note this is not an ISL organised activity.

Ceramic and Clay Modelling (Grade 1-5)

In these lessons, children can discover handmade pottery, create their own bowls, plates, buttons or model figures out of clay, portraits, organic shapes and murals. This course focuses on basic skills for how to use appropriate tools safely and correctly. Children can experience engobes and glazes to accomplish their work.

Art - Drawing Class (Grade 3-5)

This is a club for students in Grades 3 to 5 which promotes drawing as a fun and creative activity. It focuses on the drawing skills that help children to express their ideas. The children will work both in sketchbooks and on paper to experience and explore a variety of drawing techniques using a range of art media including pen, pencil and ink.
Classes take place on Wednesdays from 14.30 to 16.00 in the Lower School. There are 6 classes per block costing EUR 120. All of the drawing media and paper will be provided.

Contact: by email or tel: 691 732 745 for further information.

Ballet (K1 to Grade 3)

Ballet classes are held at ISL (Multi-Purpose Room) on Wednesday afternoons for students from K1 to Grade 3.  For information please contact Jeanette Hutchins by email

Lower School Dance Factory

Exciting Dance and Movement Class. Students will develop in this fun-filled session rhythm, flexibility, coordination, body awareness, self-expression and confidence to dance. They will discover and develop their own dance style and explore with creativity the world of dance. In this class students are given the opportunity to create meaningful and original choreographies.
Contact: Alexandra Agbor, Dance Educator,

Speech and Drama Group (Grade 2-5)

Exciting creative Drama classes.  Workshops develop confidence, teamwork and imagination. Certificates available from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Excellent proven track record of results.  Helps with speech and diction.  Builds confidence and creativity.  Run by experienced drama practitioner trained in the UK. Teaches the skills of acting and improvisation in fun-filled after school sessions.  Limited places.  For registration, register
at on the international page or email
Classes, led by Belynda Featherstone, are held on Tuesdays after school from 3.30-4.30pm
in the Lower school auditorium, email

Math Club (Grade 1-5)

The purpose of Math Club is to develop students’ level of Math skills and knowledge. This will be accomplished by using games and activities. Math Club will support classroom learning, and enrich students’ skills with higher order thinking. Our program is non-competitive.

We are focused on advance students from Grade 1-5 (otherstudents are welcome too, if they have an interest in mathematics).
Math Club will run from September 22 to December 1, and will meet weekly on Thursday at
3:30-4:10pm, in Science Room L. 318.  
Meeting point: LS Main Entrance, -1 level, on the right side of the reception.

Minecraft Club (Lower School)

A place for serious mine crafters to come and share, and learn from each other. Are you downloading mods and texture packs? Are you making your own
how to videos? Do you regularly play on a great server? Have you setup your own server? Then this club is for you!
The lower school media lab will be open and supervised by Mrs Irene on Mondays from 15:30 to 16:30 for serious mine crafters to meet and share.  You’ll have a chance to join three times during the year. A new session will start each time there are new activities sign-ups. 

In order to participate, mine crafters must bring their own device which could be an iPad or a laptop. It should be the portable device they usually use for mine craft. Devices must be dropped off and signed in with Mrs Irene on Monday mornings for safe keeping. 

Cooking Club (Grade 4)

Cooking classes are held in the Lower School Kitchen located in the Early Years section.  The hours are Thursdays from 15:30 to 17:00.  The club is open to Grade 4 students only and limited to a maximum of 8 students. Please contact Birgitta Geyer by email at for further information. 

Girl Guiding (Age 5 and Up)

Girl guiding in Luxembourg offers an English speaking Program for girls of all nationalities aged between 5 and 18. The only criteria is that they can speak English. There are 2 Programs held at ISL:

  • Rainbows: For girls ages 5-7; the group meets at ISL from 15:30 - 17:00
  • Brownies: For girls ages 7-10; the group meets at ISL from 15:30 - 17:00

Debate Club (Grades 6-12)

Debate Club meets once a week after school and is open to both Middle and High School students (day of the week yet to be decided). Students engage with a variety of interesting topics and learn how to debate both individually and as a team. No prior knowledge or experience in debate or public speaking is needed to participate. Students will have the opportunity to participate in The New European Schools Speech and Debate (NESDA) Tournaments which will take place in November and March, as well as other debate exchanges with local and regional schools.

'The process of debate offers profound and lasting benefits for individuals, for societies and for the global community as a whole. With its emphasis on critical thinking, effective communication, independent research and teamwork, debate teaches skills that serve individuals well in school, in the workplace, in political life and in fulfilling their responsibilities as citizens of democratic societies.' (

Please contact Mrs Davis (HS) for more information: or Mrs Verlaque (MS)

Spirit Squad (Grades 6-12)

The spirit squad is an exciting opportunity for students in grades 6-12 to display their school spirit. Squad members perform at school events and cheers at the U12/U14 and JV/Varsity games and improve or learn new skills such as tumbling, stunting and teamwork. Practices take place after school on Mondays and Thursdays, 3.45 – 6.00. Please contact Arnita Hallerström for further information:

Code Club (Grades 6-8)

Students in the Code Club will learn how to program through a series of fun and creative projects. They will progress and learn more whilst at the same time using their imaginations and develop creative projects. We will start off with using Python together with the Raspberry Pi computing platform to teach the fundamentals of programming. Ultimately the goal is for students to understand that they’re in charge of the computer, and can (and should) make it do what they want, not the other way around. This activity is for MS student and will take place in U-127 on Wednesday afternoons. For further information contact Steve Clement

Theatrical Productions (Grades 6-12)

For the many years, the Upper School has produced both plays and musicals. Students in grades 6-12 are encouraged to take part both in acting as well as various aspects of production. Rehearsals for the plays take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school. For further information please contact Scott Macky or Mike West: or

History Club (Grade 9-12)

The History Club at ISL aspires to work towards creating a lifelong interest in History. While IB History students will benefit from attendance at club meetings, the club is intended for all high school students from grade 9-12 who have a passion for History. The History Club will allow ISL students to explore history beyond the curriculum in various ways.  Activities may include the following: DVD sessions, specialist lectures, visiting speakers, debates, Socratic Dialogues, artefact sessions, field trips, genealogy and more. There are no pre-requisites and students who were unable to study History at the IB level will have an opportunity to continue their interest. No expertise or former experience is required. It is hoped the club will eventually become student-driven in its activities and priorities.  The History Club will meet every Monday from 3:40 – 4:40 beginning September 19th. From November 8th, however, History Club meetings will be held on Tuesdays from 3:40-4:40.  Frequent lunchtime DVD sessions will also be announced on an ad hoc basis throughout the school year.  Please contact Mr Penn or Mr Rakochy for further information:

Set Design and Build (Grade 9-12)

This club will work to design and make the set for the Upper School play. The annual highly successful Upper School play requires a set. This year I am asking interested High School pupils to come forward for an after school club. We will work with the brief from the Director(s) to design and make a creative original set to fully realise their vision and transport the audience to another world. The end product will be used by the cast and seen by everyone who attends so this is an excellent opportunity to ‘flex your creative muscle’ and provide a valuable service. Particularly of interest to budding designers, hobbyists, and people interested in theatre, particularly backstage.  Meeting at 15.45 to 17.00 in U009, each Thursday. Please contact Bruce Duxbury for further information:

Yoga (Grade 9-12)

According to the ancient yoga sutra the 4 main pillars of yoga are Ease, Balance, Effort and Surrender. Every pose you engage in has an element of these. In the yoga classes we will explore the basic poses of yoga, and learn how breathing guides your movements. The goal is to leave every class energised, toned and relaxed. The class is for High School students and anyone else in the ISL Community. There is no need to be flexible or experienced in yoga. For more information, and the current class schedule, see Ms Marion's Yoga website at

Upper School Dramaworks

This club gives students the opportunity to build confidence, collaborate on stage, and learn basic and advanced drama skills, including how to bring a character to life, how to improvise, and how to interpret dramatic literature. The course introduces students to the LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art) qualifications, and students have the chance to sit LAMDA examinations and to receive an internationally recognized certificate. (These certificates are recognized in university applications). Dramaworks is a U.K. based organization, and their teachers are trained professional actors, experienced at working with young people. All participants are guaranteed to have fun, make friends, and learn a lot of acting and performance techniques. A registration fee does apply, as do costs for LAMDA examinations. This activity will be offered on Monday afternoons, 16.30 – 17.30, in S16. Contact Julia Martin for further details:

Private Music Lessons

Private lessons are offered on school premises by school-approved teachers, several from the Orchestre Philharmonique de Luxembourg. Many students that play in the band also study privately at the Conservatoire de Musique, a mere stone's throw away from ISL. Please note this is not an ISL organised activity.

Soccer Clubs Private

Weekly soccer training and summer camps are provided at ISL facilities from private soccer clubs.

A) Soccer Soccer

The Soccer Soccer football training program holds weekly soccer training and holiday camps throughout the year. The new program and progressive style of teaching will cover fitness, technique and tactics. To register or for more information, please contact Senad Arnautovic, Tel: 621 515 195,  Email:, Website:
These soccer clubs are held on the ISL soccer field and in other locations close to ISL.

B) Football Klinik Academy Luxembourg

Football Klinik Academy, operated by Octopus Link Sports, provides soccer football training for boys and girls held in two locations. Run by Kingsley Zeh who has been part of the ISL soccer coaching team for twelve years. Please note that places are limited, we advise parents to register their children in time as it will be on “First come, first served" basis.

* AGES: 4 -18 years


FRIDAYS 3:45 pm – 5:00 pm SATURDAYS 10:30 am – 12:00 noon

* SEASONS: (Winter Season, December - February), (Spring Season, March - May), (Summer Season, June - August), (Autumn Season, September – November)

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Merl, L-1111 Luxembourg City (300 Meters from ISL)

SATURDAYS: International School of Luxembourg Sports Complex 36, boulevard Pierre Dupong, Merl L-1430 Luxembourg City

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