Clubs & Community Groups

Community Service Groups

We have an active community service program with a number of initiatives available for students who would like to be involved in service to others, including:

  1. Caravonica Waters: We have a well-established buddy program with Caravonica Waters Aged Care where students in our concert band regularly visit and perform for the residents, joining them for morning tea and conversation. During the COVID-19 lockdown, our students and their families made handmade cards, personal notes and gift packs for the residents to keep their spirits up. They also recorded performances for the residents to watch so they were able to remain connected.
  2. Environment Group: This is a motivated, energetic group of students who plan and coordinate the school's initiatives to reduce our carbon footprint. From managing the school's recycling program to establishing butterfly gardens and planting trees, this group of students is always excitedly planning for improvement.
  3. Rosies Friends on the Street: Once per month on a Friday evening our senior secondary students participate in this outreach program, serving the needs of those less fortunate in our local community.
  4. Service Group: Secondary students are invited to participate in a variety of service activities in response to needs within the school and our wider community.
Dance

Dance classes are held once per week after school with dance teacher, Sian from Step It Up Crew.

Music

Opportunities to be involved in our many music programs are available before and after school as well as during lunch breaks. Students involved in these groups have the opportunity to participate in performances at school with chapel and assemblies, as well as at community events such as MADD (Music, Art, Dance & Drama) nights and Eisteddfods.

  1. Concert Band - Practices before school once per week.
  2. Jazz Band - Practices after school once per week.
  3. Peace Pipes is our Junior Choir. Students from Years 2 to 5 are invited to audition.
  4. PUGS (Peace Ukelele & Guitar Society) - This lunchtime club brings students together who are interested in learning or who currently play either of these instruments.
Props & Costumes

This group meets after school to work on building replica items or costumes from their favourite characters in popular culture, from anime, comics, video games, manga, movies, books and television, and share their fandom.

Students use their STEM skills (or the engineer design process) to design, build (and sometimes redesign) something tangible out of a wide variety of materials with a specific function or purpose in mind. This creative outlet offers students and staff the opportunity to learn new skills in a relaxed atmosphere.

Recess Activities

In response to the school's policy of 'no mobile phones' during school hours, the student leadership run a weekly calendar of activities during the second lunch break. Regular weekly activities include:

  • Board games
  • Code Club
  • Chess
  • Drawing
  • Friday Trivia
  • Table Tennis
School Magazine - 'The Squawk'

Our student-driven 'zine', The Squawk, is published and distributed each school term. This in-house quarterly school magazine provides students with opportunities to:

  • Submit written or artistic work for inclusion; and/or
  • Participate in editing, publishing and distribution.
Sewing Club

This after-school is run by our Textiles Teacher. Students learn to make various items from bags to novelty items, including Christmas pieces.

Sports
  1. Basketball: This after-school club is run by our Primary Sports Coordinator and is the perfect opportunity for those either wanting to enter the sport or those already playing who would like to build on their skills and abilities.
  2. Soccer (girls): This after-school club is run by our Soccer Coach for those students playing soccer who have a desire to build on their skills and abilities.
  3. Touch Football (girls): This after-school club is run by our Touch Football Coach for those students playing Touch Football who have a desire to build on their skills and abilities.
Tutoring

We offer several after-school tutoring opportunities including:

  1. Tutoring for Secondary students run by our College Captains, providing assistance with all subject areas.
  2. Senior Biology & Chemistry
  3. Senior Mathematics - Maths Methods (Year 11 students) and General Maths (Year 12 students)
CEVA Visual Art Club

CEVA (Creating Extraordinary Visual Artists) is a club is for students of excellence in the area of visual art. This is run as a lunchtime program for students in Years 9 - 12 who wish to further their skills and talents in this area.

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