Growing green thumbs, chess champions-in-training, budding master chefs – our Junior School students from Years 4 to 6 get the chance to explore all kinds of hobbies and interests through numerous clubs and activities we offer. Each club runs either before school or during lunch.
Junior School students can take part in:
From learning the very basics to exploring game strategy, students can enjoy getting to know the ins and outs of the most popular game in the world.
Students can start exploring their culinary skills in a safe environment.
Teams from Year 6 are entered in the Debating SA Incorporated Competition, with debates held on Tuesday and Wednesday nights during Terms 2 and 3. There are five debates over the season with coaching occurring during school lunchtimes.
A club for movie fans and budding moviemakers alike.
Students can learn the basics of gardening – including how to grow their own edible produce.
Students learn the basics of knitting, while also giving to their community with projects like knitting blanket squares to be donated to the Vinnies Winter Appeal.
Budding running enthusiasts can run (or walk) a course once a week before school.
Students learn the basics of Vietnamese language and culture.
Students are taught valuable sewing skills that can be taken all the way through life.
Children’s University Australasia (CUA)
Junior School students can take part in this innovative program that engages young minds in beyond-school learning. It encourages and rewards participants and helps them to become lifelong learners and achievers.