After School Activities & Enrichment (N, R & Y1)

At the start of every term parents will receive a new ASA Clubs list. Please help your child with their choice of clubs in the order of their 1st, 2nd and 3rd choice. Wherever possible we will assign their preferred clubs. Please note that once a club is selected, your child is committed to continuous attendance until the next term.

After School Activities & Enrichment (Y2, Y3 & Y4)

The British School of Lisbon views after-school activities and enrichment as an integral part of the education of our students. To that end, BSL offers a wide range of clubs that aim to introduce your child to potential hobbies, develop particular sports, provide language learning or coding, for example. This will aid and inspire interests in areas that perhaps they would not be exposed to through the regular curriculum.

Enrichment is compulsory for every child at the school. Parents are asked to choose only one club per term, usually representing a balance between active/sport and more intellectually stimulating programmes. Every student is required to stick to any given club for at least a term, reinforcing the idea that any commitment to learning must be honoured.


Physical Development

When children participate in sports and outdoor activities, they get right exercise and learn life-long habits of keeping mentally and physically fit. Combined with other life skills like learning how to eat right, will ensure that children know the basics of living a healthy lifestyle.


Many different activities can provide an outlet for creativity and problem-solving. Obvious choices are arts and crafts, music, performing arts, but other activities like sports and collecting can teach problem-solving skills. The best exercises for your children are those that encourage their natural curiosity and interests.


Many activities take place in a relaxing environment or promote healthy methods for dealing with stress. The more we can find positive ways to deal with stress, the better we feel.


When children learn new skills and engage in social activities, they become more self-confident. Learning social skills like cooperation, negotiation, and conflict resolutions in a fun and relaxed environment will help them interact appropriately with others – a skill valuable in all aspects of life from home life to the workplace.

Team Spirit and Camaraderie

Teamwork is increasingly critical in home life as well as at work. Team sports require children to work together to achieve a common goal and remove the focus from the individual to the team. These aren’t the only activities that teach teamwork, though, other activities like drama and dance also promote collaboration.

A new selection form is sent home at the beginning of each term that includes activities such as swimming, athletics, ball games, art and crafts and many others.

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We are always delighted to hear from prospective parents that are considering our international school for their children’s education. Please do not hesitate to call us on the phone number above or select from the options below.

You can ask us a question, arrange a school visit (instant confirmation), or make a formal application to join the school. Please click one of the buttons below to make contact with our admissions department. Note: As an international school we conduct admissions placement all year. Applications for the academic year 2019-2020 are for children in Nursery (3 years old) through to Year 4 (8-9 years old), in 2020-2021 we will also offer Year 5 (9-10 years old.), we will continue to add year groups each and every year until we achieve full secondary school.


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