Enrichment Activities

As part of the learning journey for all children we believe that it is vital to plan enrichment activities that keep school life exciting, vibrant and stimulating.
Each teacher plans activities for each topic per term. The activities planned are always linked to our curriculum and designed to further develop the learning that is taking place in school.
We use the trips and activities to aid and bring to life the learning that takes place in the classroom.
For the youngest children an example would be going on a hunt for “minibeasts” after learning about insects in Science lessons, or visiting the post office to see what happens to our letters, following up on writing lessons. Higher up the school we have had visits and cooking workshops with acclaimed local chefs, visits to zoos and the Olympic museum in Lausanne – all linked to topics in school. For Middle School students we have recently had overnight trip to the Swiss Science museum in Winterthur, and a great day out visiting the large hadron collider at CERN in Geneva.
On top of this, LVIS offers each student the possibility to expand their knowledge and interests through a comprehensive set  of artistic, cultural, athletic and technological activities after school or during the school day. Of course skiing is at the core of these activities as a  way of life, but activities also include tennis, climbing, golf, dance, karate, football, art, languages, drama and cooking to name a few.


Naturally, skiing is an integral part of our programme during the winter season, with comprehensive skiing programmes offered for all levels. Whether preparing for a ski race competition or simply the enjoyment of one of the the best skiing areas in the world, we provide opportunities for all our pupils. Students ski twice a week as part of their school day from January to the end of March in what is the biggest and most beautiful ski areas in Switzerland. For the most advanced skiers,  we have our very own LVIS Racing Team with competitions throughout Switzerland, as well as our own LVIS Freeride Team.

LVIS Ski Club

We are also proud to announce the re-opening of the LVIS Ski Club on Saturday afternoons from January 12th 2019 to March 30th 2019 (except March 9th) , open both to LVIS and non-LVIS students aged 4 and up. This is an exclusive club for skiers of all levels, with only a small number of children per group.  With only 50 spots available at 400 CHF per child, sign up is now open and based on a first come first serve basis.

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To find out more or to sign up, please get in touch via email on info@lvis.ch or by phone on (+41) 27 565 26 56.

Art & Music

Our confidence boosters

Art and Music both play key roles in the development of imagination, creativity and self-confidence in our students. At Lemania- Verbier International School we nurture and develop artistic talent and encourage students to let their natural instincts guide them.

Music is at the heart of Verbier and Lemania-Verbier International School. Every summer Verbier hosts the internationally renowned Verbier Festival, a showcase of classical musical excellence. The Festival is just one source of inspiration for the musical and cultural development of our students.


– Musical instrument instruction

– Singing

– Pottery

– Painting

– Theatre

– Photography

– Sculpture

– Museum visits & cultural excursions

– Circus training

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After School Activities

After School Activities include but are not limited to:

  • Golf
  • Football
  • Climbing
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball
  • Basketball
  • Swimming
  • Climbing
  • Snowboarding
  • Skiing
  • Hockey
  • Yoga
  • Chess club
  • Drama
  • Choir
  • Dance
  • Handicrafts
  • Art
  • Chinese, French, Italian, German and other language lessons

Verbier sporting and cultural events

World Cup Ski Alpinisme, January

The Coupe du Monde de Ski-Alpnisme stops by in Verbier for 2 days as one of the stages in the overall competition.

Xtreme Ski (World Freeride Tour), March

As the last stop on the Freeride World Tour, the Xtreme Verbier is truly a one-to-watch event if you are in Verbier at the end of March.


Come watch some of the world’s top speed skiers as they fly down Mont Fort’s steep slope in the World XSpeed Ski Open Race finals. The track starts at 3330m and finishes at 2900m, meaning that competitors hurtle down 880m of piste at speeds of more than 200km per hour!

Patrouille des Glaciers (PDG), April

The course of the legendary teamcompetition PDG starts in Zermatt and leads through Arolla to Verbier.

Artist Residency, June/July

The 3D Foundation selects up to 15 emerging and established artists, for a 5 week sculpture residency based in Verbier, Switzerland. The sculptors are each expected to complete one monumental sculpture each, which will become part of the collection of the Verbier 3-D Sculpture Park and exhibited on the mountain for a minimum of 12 months.

Verbier Music Festival, July

The Verbier Festival proposes an outstanding programme of concerts featuring the biggest names in classical music today, and offers an unprecedented combination of Master Classes and encounters with festival artists.

Trail Verbier Saint-Bernard, July

Every year, Verbier hosts the Trail Verbier Saint-Bernard which is a series of endurance races which attracts athletes from all over the world, where the competitors race distances of 29, 61 or 110 kilometres over incredibly challenging terrain through the heights of Verbier.

Grand Raid, August

Crossing 6 valleys for a total distance of 121kms and a positive vertical gain of 5430m, theGrand Raid is effectively the longest single stage mountain bike race in the world !

Horse Jumping, August

The Verbier International Jumping see’s the best horse riders compete in this prestigious equestrian competition which takes place in the Perrin parking lots by the Sports Center. The infrastructure, which includes an impressive arena, is built to a world class standard attracting both amateur and professional riders.

3D Sculpture Park, Year Round



Tour de France

A legendary stage of the Tour de France was set in Verbier during the summer 2009.

Tour de Romandie and Tour de Suisse

The two major cycle races in Switzerland regularly set stages in Verbier.

Rallye du Valais

The Rallye du Valais has been a steadfast event in the Swiss motoring calendar for many years.