In Spectrum, we believe that engagement in extracurricular activities is vital to the personal development of a student. Therefore, Spectrum offers a wide range of clubs so as to meet our students’ different needs. Club activities are not compulsory though we strongly recommend students to enroll in one. Clubs are extracurricular activities provided by our school as a service to our students. Therefore, they are completely free of charge.

Normally, a student can enroll in only one club at a time. However, if the club schedules fit, enrollment into a second club is still possible.

Any special equipment and/or supplies must be provided by the parent. It is strongly recommended to consult with the club instructor in order to know what exactly is necessary.

If you have any questions related to club activities, please email our Clubs Coordinator at 


In the process of studying chess is an active development of both logical and abstract thinking. The work included the left hemisphere of the brain is responsible for logical component, building competent and consistent chains, no less important, and the work of the right hemisphere, which is responsible for modelling and creation of possible situations. Mnemonic processes are also extensively used in chess, the player uses both long-term and working memory, using the visual, digital, color the stimulus information.

Cooking club

Описание клуба




Swimming- for all levels: beginners, Intermediate, advanced. Children work on stroke technique, speed, stamina, improve tumble turns


The big plus for both children and adults, in football is that it is a team game. Interaction with other players teaches man to find a common language with other people, to be responsible, including collective, developing personal qualities.


The Basketball Club is the platform for basketball lovers at LBS to practice, learn, compete, and have a really good time with great people


Aside from the obvious benefits of learning and improving volleyball skills and playing the game, club ball provides a broad educational experience. It enhances athletic, social, and leadership skills. One of the best ancillary benefits of club volleyball is making new friends from new schools and new places. Since players regularly officiate matches when they are not playing, leadership skills and knowledge of the game is also enhanced.


Badminton has loads of benefits; while it is fast at an elite level, it can be played slower than most other racket sports, making it a great sport for children, beginners, those with disabilities, older people and those with lower level of fitness. You can play at any level and speed you like making it super adaptable – and you will improve and get better and quicker without even noticing! One of our favourite things about Badminton however is how social it is! You can play with friends and family, or attend an open session and meet and play with new people – at Freedom Leisure we offer Badminton England’s much-loved ‘No Strings’ sessions, which are great for both beginners and those who have played before, and benefit from a coach to help people learn the rules and improve.

Sand art

It is an arts & crafts activity, where you 'paint' a template picture with coloured sand. Template pictures have sticky layers underneath and once the top film is peeled, you can sprinkle coloured sand, which sticks straight to the exposed sticky layer. So no messy glue is needed. We offer A4 size cards to make the activity easier for little hands.


A robotics club is a gathering of students who are interested in learning about and working with robots. At school, robotics clubs typically take place after school, in a classroom, and are moderated by a member of the teaching staff or school administration. At robotics competitions, teams of students must design and build a robot that can compete against opponents in a series of specific challenges.

Leave contact details and we'll call you


Omirzakova Alina

Admission Manager

    In case of emergency, call the number: Call