Ways to engage and inspire your students
InSite provides learning they won't get in the classroom and experience things they won't get on a holiday.
InSite is designed for secondary students from 15+. We believe high expectations, and real responsibility given with support in real world issues leads to igniting passion and change for all who contribute. BONUS: IB students can use InSite as a means to fulfill CAS.
If you are a CAS coordinator or Headmaster of a school, contact us today and let's discuss how you can offer InSite to the students at your school.
Shortlist of things you'll gain
What students do
During these sessions, gain the skills and tools needed to be an effective leader, team player and take action in how to put these skills to work in the real world.
TRAVEL TO SOUTH AFRICA
InSite joins our community partners in Enkanini, Stellenbosch South Africa in February ( over the holiday) and in Lethabong, Pretoria South Africa in April/May (over the holiday). These trips are 10 day experiences immersed in a unique cultural exchange.
Tell their Story
Wrap up the year with InSite's annual event. Learn how to tell a story in a creative format, communicating your biggest learning. Share with others how this experience changed you.
Fundraising is more about authentic communication and sharing passion than it is about raising money. Learn how to give a pitch, promote a cause you believe in and rally others around good causes. InSite's partnerships with local communities is changing lives, and that's good news!
InSite aims to provide excellent programs and resources in helping implement CAS and other leadership and service learning objectives. We are constantly innovating and incorporating the latest in leadership implementation and skills based development.
Working alongside CAS coordinators, CAS supervisors, and school teachers, in providing shared information about student progress increases accountability for InSite students while keeping the teachers informed and prepared.
Current schools use InSite as a way to demonstrate their active role in global issues to prospective parents, highlight the team in the annual yearbooks, and some teachers integrate the student learning from the program and trips to South Africa in their relevant content areas.