A quality, Catholic education is one that provides more than the basics and allows students to benefit from a wide range of learning experiences.
Students are given many opportunities to extend their learning through a range of co-curricular activities, including:
- creative and performing arts in choir, music and drama
- school Choir, Band and CAPTIVATE Strings Program
- excursions and incursions that support our educational program
- activities during Book Week that enhance our reading program
- sporting events which encourage enjoyment for all
- representing the school at inter-diocesan and state level competitions, in various sports such as netball, touch football and soccer
- the Year 6 Diocesan ‘Voice of Youth’ public speaking competition
- entering competitions, such as the University of New South Wales competitions in Mathematics and English
- transition programs, including the Kindergarten Starting School program, which is held in Term 4 of the year before the student starts school, and the Year 6 high school transition preparation
- student leadership opportunities, including formal leadership responsibilities for Year 6 students
- the Buddy Program, where Year 6 students are assigned a buddy in Kindergarten to mentor
- pastoral care and support for students and their families through access to counselling
- the Year 6 social justice committee, that assists with activities such as the missions and organising hampers for St Vincent de Paul.