The Enrichment Program complements the broad, dynamic classroom curriculum, whilst also offering students the opportunity to immerse themselves in an array of character-building programs.
We encourage all students to explore the many activities on offer, in order to broaden their knowledge, learn a new skill, and get to know students from across different year levels.
In the Primary School, we know that free and unstructured play is vital, but we also know that offering further opportunities to develop new skills, relationships and interests in an ‘out of class’ setting, provides huge benefits. The program offers choice, fun and the opportunity to extend current interests or develop new passions.
Students in the Secondary School are offered activities spanning the areas of music and performing arts, dance, sport, games, debating, STEM and many more. An Enrichment Fair runs during the first week of school, providing students with the opportunity to not only learn more about the programs on offer, but to also sign up to participate.
Secondary students are expected to meet the minimum requirements for enrichment points each semester. Each student must accumulate 20 enrichment points per semester. At the end of each academic year, students will receive a Certificate of Achievement by fulfilling their 20 co-curricular points per semester. A Certificate of Excellence will be awarded to students who have obtained an excess of 40 co-curricular points per semester.
Students are expected to be engaged participants in their chosen activity. The program will offer a bespoke experience for each student and an opportunity to develop lifelong skills.
To see the full list of available co-curricular activities, please see our Enrichment Program booklet below: