These play an invaluable role in creating a sense of belonging, building a community through connecting students who share similar interests and fostering cross-age connections. Students are strongly encouraged to become active participants of these groups, particularly in Years 7 and 8 when new interests are forming.
Clubs can be an extension of the curriculum, such as Politics Club or Pen Club, or they can be activity groups based on a common passion such as the Green Team (sustainability), Connecting to Country, social justice groups, Chess Club, Coding Club, Craft Club or the Animanga Society, to name a few! Additionally, some groups specifically target student wellbeing issues such as the Gay and Straight Alliance and the Student Wellbeing Action Group.
At the beginning of each year, students have a chance to find out about and sign up to clubs and committees at the annual Co-Curricular Expo. Furthermore, students are encouraged to form new clubs and committees pertaining to their own interests, with the College well resourced to provide plenty of staff assistance.
Some students say the hardest thing is trying to find the time to join more clubs!