Clubs

A range of Clubs before school, during lunchtime and after school provide opportunities for students to explore a number of issues, build life skills, and work in teams across year levels.

Clubs include:

Art Club - An opportunity for secondary students to work on classroom tasks or develop their skills in the area of visual arts.

Bridge Building Club - Each year students from Year 9 are invited to compete in Aurecon's state bridge building competition.  The competition aims to encourage students to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

Chess Club - Play chess or learn more about strategies of the game.

Creative Writing Club - Open to both primary and secondary students who enjoy writing poetry and prose.  Students write about a variety of topics including nature, special places, hobbies, people, the seasons, and responses to art and music. There is an opportunity to write for a specific audience, and to produce a zine or booklet of their work.

History and Politics Club - Students expand their political and historical horizons and develop an active interest in local, national and world issues.

Homework Club - An opportunity for secondary students to catch up on homework tasks in the quiet surroundings of the Conway Library (Thursday: 3.30pm - 4.30pm).

Knitting Club - Students who are keen to learn and develop skills in this popular craft are encouraged to come to lunch classes.  One of the projects that has been developed is knitting squares for blankets that are then donated to Vinnie's Winter Appeal.

Maths Club - Provides an opportunity for secondary students to develop their mathematics skills by extension exercises and help from mathematics teachers (Wednesday: 3.30pm - 4.30pm).

Running Club - Every Thursday morning students have the opportunity to run/walk along a 5-6km course at 7.30am.

Social Justice Club - Students raise awareness about the injustices in our local and global community.

Technology Club - Provides an opportunity for secondary students to work on a range of technology-based activities in an informal, fun and collaborative environment.

Vinnies Club - Faith in action, aiming to help the poor in our community, in practical ways, namely the Vinnies Winter Appeal.

Write a Book in a Day - This is both a competition and an opportunity to raise awareness regarding the wonderful work that charities can do to support medical research. This Service Activity is offered in Term 2 and 3 and is designed to help support research into childhood cancers.

 

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