It is highly recommended for all students to enroll in an ASA as it extends their educational experiences and physical activities. It provides students with another avenue to connect with their peers and helps to develop a range of social and emotional attributes, including self-esteem, persistence and teamwork. These activities are organised and led by teachers and outside providers and take place outside the normal school timetable.
The programme caters to students from Year 1 to Year 12 on regular school days. Various activities including embroidery, drama and dance, choir, martial arts, journalist club, badminton, swimming, photography, computer club and arts and crafts are offered. All activities are free of charge except for martial arts: Taekwondo and Wushu.
After School Activities (ASA) for Global Jaya students begin at the start of each semester. Once a student has been accepted into an activity there is a clear expectation of a 100% commitment. If a student is not able to join activities due to sickness or other complications, parents are required to inform the teacher in charge of the activity through the student diary or by phone. If a student does not attend an ASA three (3) times without explanation, they may be removed as a participant in the activity and replaced by another student.
|Fun Reading||Traditional Dance for students Exchange|
|Arts and Crafts||Table Tennis|
|Computer Club||World Scholar's Cup|
|Photography||Arts and Crafts|
|Scrap Book||French Class|
|Traditional Dance||Spanish Class|
|Table Tennis||Fun with Commerce|
|Cooking||National History Day|
|Golf||Extra Math IB DP|
|Mandarin Conversation||Extended Essay|
|Y6 Extra Lesson|
|Traditional Dance for students Exchange|
|World Scholar's Cup|