After school

After School Club

The EFI Brussels offers a childcare service, helping pupils with their homework and offering a wide range of extra-curricular activities on campus.

At the end of the school day, children can go to our After School Club, taking part in various activities that help them to flourish and develop a more open mind: language learning, arts and crafts, drama, sewing, robotics and coding, etc.

Opening hours:

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 3:30pm – 6:30pm
    • Period 1: 3:30pm – 5pm
    • Period 2: 5pm – 6:30pm
  • Wednesday:
    • Period 3: 12:30pm – 4pm

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EFI Brussels’ After School Club offers the following activities:


After school, primary school pupils at EFI Brussels can go to the homework support club, followed by a multi-activity workshop. Nursery school pupils are also welcome at the multi-activity workshop, which offers many group and early learning activities adapted to their age group.


This club is open to nursery and primary school pupils. Everyone gets stuck in at cooking club, whether preparing ingredients, putting their ideas into practice or following recipes. Pupils will follow simple, and sometimes, traditional recipes, often discovering dishes from around the world. The aim of cooking club is for our pupils to discover the joys of cooking and new flavours, to become independent and, most importantly, to have fun.


This club is open to children aged 6 and above. Super Lexi introduces children to the English language through educational games, books and songs, helping them widen their vocabulary and arousing their desire to continue learning English at school. This after-school club aims to consolidate pupils’ knowledge of English in a fun way.


This club is open to nursery and primary school pupils. Digit’Owl is the first “nomadic” school to teach digital education in schools! Digit’Owl’s philosophy lies in transferring the fundamentals of digital thinking, robotics and programming onto the next generation. This club is run in French and groups are put together by age group (nursery and primary).


This club is open to nursery and primary school pupils. Pupils will discover and become familiar with typography, designing fonts, colours, logos and visual identities, and editing using various materials and techniques. Combining both a technical and theoretical approach, pupils are encouraged to express themselves and tell their own stories through symbols by designing and developing their own world and graphic identity. Like a standard graphic research laboratory, this club enables pupils to discover the world of graphic design and its sub-fields in a fun and creative way, based on experimentation, research and exchange.


This club is open to nursery and primary school pupils. This club lets children’s creativity run wild, allowing them to express themselves through fabrics, materials and colours. They will learn how to sew and make pompons, embroidery and fabric designs.


This club is open to nursery and primary school pupils. Every Wednesday afternoon for one and a half hours, our pupils explore various artists and periods, immersing themselves in their artistic universe. The aim is to harness the creativity and imagination of children through various art techniques and materials. We cover several themes each week and our pupils can take their work home with them to show their parents.


This club is open to nursery and primary school pupils. Pupils will play early-learning, strategy, cooperation, communication and thinking games, divided into two groups by age range: group 1 = 3-5/6 years; group 2 = 6-11 years. Very young children will play games aimed at encouraging debate and honing their communication skills, while older children will play games intended to broaden their imagination, widen their vocabulary and enhance their wisdom. There are plenty of unique games on offer!


This club is open to children aged 8 and above. Pupils will learn to put themselves in other people’s shoes through fun acting exercises. They will also draw on every ounce of their imagination, master the art of improvisation, and develop both their oral communication skills and ability to express themselves through body language. Let’s not forget the show they will put on at the end of the year, either. The club can accommodate up to 12 children.

Do you need any further information?

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