ACE Core

Activity-Creativity-
Engagement

ACE Core

Activity-Creativity-Engagement

The Active and Creative Engagement (ACE) Core at the Beaconhouse College Programme facilitates the holistic profile development of our A-level students by placing practical exposure, leadership opportunities, critical thinking, soft and hard skill development along with positive action at the heart of their learning. ACE bridges the transition of students into their preferred higher education fields, and eventually the professional world by helping them become lifelong learners and global citizens. In essence, it helps students to apply what they have learned in the classroom to real life practical situations.

The key elements of the ACE Core are broadly compartmentalized in the following categories: community service, sports and a number of student led clubs and societies. All areas of student interest are covered through the aforementioned categories, however, students are always encouraged to introduce any new initiatives by taking ownership and accountability.

The elements are designed in a manner that ensures measurability and pragmatic completion as each student’s achievements in ACE Core are reflected in a standardized transcript, awarded at the end of the student’s two year journey with us.

Community Service

This is the most popular component of our ACE Core as it creates opportunities for our student body to engage with the community both inside and outside school premises. It umbrellas different facets of giving back to the community and takes the following forms: working and volunteering with NGO’s for education, medical, vocational, old age homes, orphanages to name a few. Partaking in community service not only educates students in problem solving and understanding diversity, it also enables them to take on leadership. Through their interactions with people from vastly different life experiences, students learn patience and empathy which is interlinked with the mission of BCP.

Sports

Through the availability of specialized coaches for all mainstream sports (Cricket, Football, Swimming, Basketball, Throwball), BCP students have access to learn, practise and then participate in intra-school, inter-school, national and international sporting competitions. State-of- the-art facilities either on campus or at grounds near campus provide ample space for students to learn and practice.

A structured after school timetable is in place at the start of the academic year so that students can plan their day around it. The aim of our intensive Sports programme is to educate and train student athletes to a level that they may pursue a career in the respective sport they aspire for.

Clubs & Societies

All Clubs and Societies at the Beaconhouse College Programme are headed and managed by students. Students initiate, plan, and execute activities and events in the respective clubs and societies they have enrolled for. The leadership teams of each club and society are responsible for different functions such as human resource management, finance, operations/logistics and communication.

Community Service

This is the most popular component of our ACE Core as it creates opportunities for our student body to engage with the community both inside and outside school premises. It umbrellas different facets of giving back to the community and takes the following forms: working and volunteering with NGO’s for education, medical, vocational, old age homes, orphanages to name a few. Partaking in community service not only educates students in problem solving and understanding diversity, it also enables them to take on leadership. Through their interactions with people from vastly different life experiences, students learn patience and empathy which is interlinked with the mission of BCP.

Sports

Through the availability of specialized coaches for all mainstream sports (Cricket, Football, Swimming, Basketball, Throwball), BCP students have access to learn, practise and then participate in intra-school, inter-school, national and international sporting competitions. State-of- the-art facilities either on campus or at grounds near campus provide ample space for students to learn and practice.

A structured after school timetable is in place at the start of the academic year so that students can plan their day around it. The aim of our intensive Sports programme is to educate and train student athletes to a level that they may pursue a career in the respective sport they aspire for.

Clubs & Societies

All Clubs and Societies at the Beaconhouse College Programme are headed and managed by students. Students initiate, plan, and execute activities and events in the respective clubs and societies they have enrolled for. The leadership teams of each club and society are responsible for different functions such as human resource management, finance, operations/logistics and communication.