As part of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme students are challenged to learn through experience outside of the classroom. CAS (creativity, activity, service) gives students the opportunity to develop on a personal level and it provides a counterbalance to the academic component of the programme.
Our CAS trips are about getting out of the classroom and engaging with sustainable, long-lasting projects that involve careful planning and execution. For us that means working closely with schools and recipient communities to develop projects that are needed, fun and manageable. Our trips are engaging, challenging, collabourative and encourage students to be global citizens.
Students of the Diploma Programme will love our trips which help to fulfil the CAS requirements of the programme but they would also suit any other schools wanting a service orientated trip for their students.
Previous IB CAS trips have included creating a rooftop garden with youth from the Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation in Hanoi, and designing and building a playground in the city of Hue in central Vietnam.