Our Ukulele Club offers students the chance to develop skills learning an instrument and performing. Students are provided with a ukulele and encouraged to attend jam sessions each week. As students grow in confidence they will have the opportunity to perform throughout the year.
Digital Technologies Clubs- Mini Digies and Screen Team
Mini Digies meets weekly with interested Junior students who have the opportunity to learn and develop their coding skills. Screen Team is a weekly movie making club that write scripts, act, film and produce movies to foster creativity and communication skills in our Senior students.
Creative Writing Club
Is a club where students from Year 3 to 6, who enjoy creative writing, gather, workshop and share their writing. Students will have the opportunity to learn new skills, explore their talents, write in a variety of genres and have the opportunity to enter competitions. Student work will be published throughout the year within our school community and across a variety of external organisations (ie newspapers, competitions etc) if they choose.
Our Mathematics Club offers students the opportunity for enrichment and extension in maths. Students are provided with a range of experiences and opportunities to challenge themselves and extend their thinking in maths. Students from Year 3 -6, who have an interest in Maths are welcome to join the maths club and participate in the Mathematics Talent Quest and/or the National Mathematics Competitions.
Our Art teacher takes a group of our junior students and teaches them the fine art of drawing.
Open to all who like to get together in the library during lunchtimes to build friendships whilst having fun playing games.
The Gardening Club
Meet a couple of times a week and are growing vegetables and herbs. They were very excited when the rain came and are now watching their harvest with intent.
This very dedicated group leads the Sustainability in our school. Their big project this year is getting our water tanks installed and up and running.
Our school choir is open to students from Years 3-6. Students practice weekly at lunchtimes and perform periodically throughout the year in school, but also have regularly performed at local Kinders, hospitals and in the communities. The opportunity to perform builds confidence and inspires future students to have a go.
Our Mini-Vinnies group meet on a regular basis with the purpose of encouraging all students to engage in social justice activities. The Mini Vinnies work hard to build opportunities for all members of our community to develop an understanding social justice issues and to help make a difference.