After School Clubs & Trips

At Tenby International School Setia EcoHill, we consider after school activities to be an integral part of all our students’ learning and fully expect that our students involve themselves in these as part of their educational experience. This is because it develops the whole person, giving students the opportunity to experience activities which may become a life-long interest while enhancing a sense of accomplishment built by overcoming challenges in a fun, participation-based setting.

Music Clubs

Music is a major focus of education at all Tenby Schools, and it is no different here. View some of our wide range of music-focused co-curricular activities here:

  • School Banding
  • Singing Club
  • Beatz Circle (external CCA)


Soon to be added:

  • Ukulele Club (led by internal Music Teacher)
  • Guitar Club (led by internal Music Teacher)

Sports Clubs

We offer a variety of ways for students to get involved in sport, with our most talented athletes going on to represent the school, state and even Malaysia at their sport of choice.

  • Co-Curricular Sports Activities: a wide range of co-curricular activities including popular sports such as swimming, tennis, athletics and football.
  • Competitive Training: our school’s representatives train hard with sessions held before school, during lunchtime, after school and on weekends.

School Trips

Studying at an international school is about exposure to an international mindset and international experiences. Some of our more recent school trips include:

  • Kidzania
  • Jump Street KL
  • Farm in the City
  • National Muzium
  • Broga Outback Camp
  • Melaka Residential Trip
  • Redang Island
  • Aquaria KLCC
  • Charity Initiative in Cambodia
  • Nasa Trip for our KS3 and KS4 students – jointly held with Tenby Schools Setia Eco Park


This is just a sample of the trips students enjoy, and does not include the many educational day trips that are organised to enhance learning and provide context to textbook material.

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