Providing a range of co-curricular opportunities is important to us because we value each child’s individual skills and interests, and we want to give every opportunity for students to grow and further their potential.

The college has a rich and diverse co-curricular program to allow students to pursue areas of passion and interest. Whether it is in competitive sports, creative and performing arts or social justice, there’s something to inspire and engage every individual as they develop on and transition skills into the next phase of their lives.

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Drama and Music Opportunities

Our Creative and Performing Arts faculty support students by providing specialised dedicated teachers to develop and showcase their creative talents.

Social Justice Initiatives

The college is committed to promoting a sense of empathy in our students. Students can explore and raise initiatives to reach out to members of our community in need.

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Debating and Public Speaking

Our college participates in inter-school and national public speaking competitions to build on and create oral confidence and proficiency of our students.

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Sports Offerings

The college has a dedicated Sports Coordinator who supports students to participate in local, regional and state sporting events. Sporting opportunities include soccer, cricket, rugby league, netball, AFL and cross country.

Study Skills Seminar

Our Study Skills Seminar empowers our educators to collaborate in order to support the students to achieve their personal best in their studies at the college. This seminar supports the Study Skills day all our students participate in and is complimented through ensuing pastoral lessons.

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Motivational Programs

Our teachers have a lot to do with their students’ motivational level. We model our behavior and teaching style, course structure and the nature of assignments and informal interactions with students in an effort to positively impact their outlook on the post-school world.