Extracurricular Activities

The following are the extracurricular activity programmes for pre-school, primary and secondary programmes. Extracurricular activity time at “Erudito” licėjus is  Monday to Thursday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., Fridays from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. All extracurricular activities are composed of main and additional block. Price of main block activities is 150 Eur/monthly, price of additional block activities may vary depending on the activity chosen.

Extracurricular Activities in Kaunas

Grades 0-4

The goal of this activity is to focus on the students’ needs and preferences. Children may choose to do their homework, play board games, as well as take part in fun and creative handicrafts.

Every day, except for Fridays, activities are organized for children who stay after school, having completed all their extracurricular activities. In this cheerful and joyful academy of learning, students broaden their horizons by performing various tasks – sometimes in groups, sometimes in pairs, and sometimes individually. Students paint, create decorations, solve logical puzzles, watch videos, sing, and engage in daily reflections. The end of the day concludes with a beautiful ritual – the evening circle: reflecting on the day that has passed, meditating, and bidding farewell.

The Curious Minds Academy strives to integrate the themes of the IB PYP program: the theoretical part is creatively connected with practical activities.

Various relay orienteering games take place three times a week with the physical education teacher Eduardas Straigis. The program is designed to develop student’s physical ability through relay games, and other active games. These help improve the student’s motor skills, agility, strength, coordination, and balance.

Coordination, grace, freedom, and joy – these are just a few of the benefits of dancing! Various styles of dance not only enhance physical fitness and endurance but also provide immense pleasure. It is one of the finest means of self-expression. Dance choreography lessons with our school’s professional dancers. The girls have been dancing at the Kaunas dance studio “RED” for several years, and they soon promise to amaze the parents of the students who attend the lessons with a dance performance.

In these activities, young researchers have the opportunity to expand their knowledge in the fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and art, helping them understand and integrate these complex disciplines. By creating small projects, students feel inspired to apply both their existing and newly acquired knowledge. These activities stimulate critical thinking and teach problem-solving skills.

Art through a psychological technology lens: exploring emotions, feelings, various issues, and current events through drawing. It’s like a form of psychological self-discovery or artistic self-revelation. The activities are led by technology teacher Armanda Klimavičiūtė, who recently presented her own exhibition. On Wednesdays, she conducts post-lesson graphic design activities for elementary school students.

Loved by all children, the music teacher, professional flutist Odilija Luciukaitė, teaches them to recognize notes, play the piano, and sings with the students extensively.

Grades 5-10

How to speak to persuade those around you? What is an argument? Could it be that there is no one right answer? Is public speaking different from how we talk at home, with friends?

Debate – according to specific rules, students will try to convince a neutral group of judges that their ideas and arguments are better than their opponents. So you learn to persuade and react quickly to counter-arguments.

It is especially important to pay attention to local and global problems – students are interested in political, social and cultural phenomena and analyze them from different perspectives. In this way, students’ horizons are broadened, public speaking competencies are developed, critical thinking is encouraged and, most importantly, a comprehensive 21st century education is developed. personality.

Students are learning current and highly essential graphic design skills, such as creating various visuals on the computer. These activities are led by technology teacher Armanda Klimavičiūtė.

The Student Council is a student self-governance institution representing the interests and rights of “Erudito” licėjus’ students. Within its competence, it organizes events for the school community, initiates student projects, and encourages other student initiatives.

Grades 0-4

During the club’s activities, children learn not only the technical fundamentals of basketball but also engage in various motor games that improve their reaction and physical fitness. In these sessions, children develop the ability to persistently pursue goals, uphold the principles of fair competition, improve individually and as part of a team, cultivate patience, a sense of responsibility, self-confidence, and trust in themselves and others.

A very popular sports activity among students, led by professional “Žalgiris” basketball academy coach Julius Pranevičius.

One of the most popular extracurricular activity clubs at the high school, led by chess player Kasparas Kalpavičius. Chess program will help students develop consecutive, abstract, analytical, creative, and solid thinking. Children will not only be learning chess theory, but will also be applying it in practice. They will do exercises, analyse various chess games with the teacher, and try out their skills at playing chess with their classmates.

Extracurricular Activities in Vilnius

Grades 0-4

Children’s sports activities are an introduction to sports in the form of a game. Students will be able to satisfy their curiosity and try out many sports such as football, basketball, volleyball, hockey, tennis and other sports. Being among your peers, with the help of a group leader, you will learn to be part of a team, enjoy even small achievements, and experience the joy of movement every time you engage. During sports activities, children are also introduced to the principles of a healthy lifestyle, attention is paid to the prevention of flat feet.

During these activities, students get acquainted with the increasingly popular 3D modeling and printing technologies. They learn how 3D printers work and how this technology is used and applied. Children are introduced to the possibilities of the beginner-friendly 3D modeling software “Tinkercad”, with which they create various 3D projects that can later be printed using a 3D printer.

In the club, students learn the rules of spoken language, improve their reading and writing skills. Through fun and engaging projects and tasks, children become acquainted with the culture of English-speaking nations, deepen their knowledge of the English language by communicating about relevant, everyday life topics such as family, school, leisure, travel, professions, and by playing educational games.

In these activities, young researchers have the opportunity to expand their knowledge in the fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and art, helping them understand and integrate these complex disciplines. By creating small projects, students feel inspired to apply both their existing and newly acquired knowledge. These activities stimulate critical thinking and teach problem-solving skills.

In the art club students will get acquainted with and learn various painting, graphics, drawing, composition, color studies, art techniques and basics. Deepen knowledge and discover new creative solutions in their work. As you work, you will go beyond standard frames and look for unique, innovative solutions In the classes, children will feel as if they are in art therapy, as they will listen to music while working, in this way they will achieve even greater relaxation, and will be more deeply involved in the creative process. Creativity, originality, completeness, thoroughness, self confidence will be developed.

Lithuanian Chess School is a non-profit organization whose main goals are to teach people of all ages to play chess, promote and popularize chess sports throughout Lithuania, and to purposefully, purposefully and competently integrate chess sports into the life of Lithuanian society through scientific and methodological activities, with the help of chess sports, by organizing chess trainings, camps and other events, to educate and improve the society in Lithuania and to help all those interested in this field to seek professional development and cooperation.

Interesting songs, fun performances! We develop our voices and create an extraordinary musical journey experience at school events.

Choir director – music teacher Dovaldė Ulčinaitė.

Working with clay involves an exploration of shapes, the potential of clay expression, and working techniques. During club sessions, children’s imagination is encouraged, their dexterity is developed, and their visual and tactile senses are cultivated. Attention to detail is emphasized, and the ability to act creatively and improvise is nurtured.

Working with clay involves an exploration of shapes, the potential of clay expression, and working techniques. During club sessions, children’s imagination is encouraged, their dexterity is developed, and their visual and tactile senses are cultivated. Attention to detail is emphasized, and the ability to act creatively and improvise is nurtured.

In this club, children become acquainted with Lithuanian folk dances and traditions. They develop coordination of movements, cultivate proper posture, and learn to overcome stage fright. A sense of community is nurtured, and a love for culture is fostered.

Kyokushin or kyokushinkai is one of the styles of Japanese martial arts created by Masutatsu Oyama in 1964. Translated from Japanese, kyokushinkai means “ultimate truth”, and karate means “empty hand”. During training, children not only learn karate techniques but also improve their physical strength, endurance, power, and flexibility. The goal of these sessions is to promote a healthy lifestyle and engage children in physical activities while instilling moral values.

During the club’s activities, children learn not only the technical fundamentals of basketball but also engage in various motor games that improve their reaction and physical fitness. In these sessions, children develop the ability to persistently pursue goals, uphold the principles of fair competition, improve individually and as part of a team, cultivate patience, a sense of responsibility, self-confidence, and trust in themselves and others.

Swimming helps to balance the physical development of a growing child (height and weight), improves immunity, strengthens the cardiovascular and nervous systems, enhances breathing, muscles, posture, and increases endurance. Swimming lessons cultivate a child’s independence, confidence, and discipline. The swimming classes are led by a professional sports trainer, Dominykas Spudvilas, a member of the Lithuanian national swimming team, record holder, and multiple champion and medalist. He turns learning to swim into a beneficial, enjoyable, and favorite activity for children.

Grades 5-10

United Nations Simulation Club for anyone who wants to improve their public speaking, leadership skills and make friends around the world. In this club, students imitate the work of the UN, learn diplomacy, the art of debate and try to solve modern world problems – in the fields of politics, law, social welfare and the environment. Being a member of this club helps to develop not only professional competencies, but also personal qualities and can contribute to your further career!

In the Mathematics Club, students become familiar with unconventional mathematical Olympiad problems and their problem-solving strategies. They prepare within their peer group for selected mathematics competitions, quizzes, Olympiads, and/or conferences.