Translation of extracurricular in Spanish:

extracurricular

extracurricular, adj.

Pronunciation /ɛkstrəkəˈrɪkjʊlə//ˌɛkstrəkəˈrɪkjələr/

adjective

  • 1

    extracurricular
    extraacadémico
    • A ban on school sports and other extra-curricular activities last week led to thousands of students streaming out of schools, many holding roadside demonstrations to demand that the government meet the teachers' demands.
    • The programme is a part both of the curriculum elective courses and of the extra-curricular activities of the students, for which they receive grades.
    • To this end, many schools put an emphasis on sporting and other extra-curricular activities to make school fun, rather than a burden.
    • And in addition, he says, the shift in the timetable will give youngsters more time to take advantage of sporting and extra-curricular activities at the school, as well as pursue other interests out of school.
    • This is a thriving school offering a very rounded education as it includes many extra-curricular activities aimed at developing the whole person.
    • I dropped out after two weeks when I realized I'd burnt out on extra-curricular activities in high school and couldn't bring myself to care anymore.
    • A ban on school sports and extra-curricular activities remained in place.
    • In the summertime, the bases hire college students from the United States to oversee extra-curricular activities for children.
    • Students will also get more time to study as well as for extra-curricular activities.
    • The award scheme is proving very popular amongst the pupils and after the success of the hike on Sunday will no doubt remain a popular extra-curricular activity at the school.
    • Apart from regular studies, the children also learn various extra-curricular activities like painting, vocal and instrumental music and classical dance.
    • Monitoring of pupils at all levels is exceptionally effective while pastoral care and extra-curricular activities, including music and sport, were also praised.
    • Studies could include maths, English, science, a language, a humanities subject, some vocational study plus extra-curricular activities to be introduced in 2010.
    • Gone are the days when competitions were an extra-curricular activity in colleges.
    • The school also boasted achievements in sports and other extra-curricular activities.
    • He said that it also damaged the extent to which schools were prepared to engage in extra-curricular activities, such as debating, sport or drama because exams become the be all and end all.
    • In addition to her extra-curricular activities at school, she is the president of the Dawson Community Group Conferencing Society and was a founding board member of the Dawson City Arts Society.
    • The extra hours will be used to give children under 14 breakfast and offer extra-curricular activities, including homework clubs, sport, drama groups and visits to museums and galleries.
    • He believes the move would spark a decline in school sport and other extra-curricular activities.
    • It could also reflect extra-curricular activities such as voluntary work and sport.