EXTRA CURRICULAR activities offered at St Cecilia’s are: Music lessons, Science Club, Drama, Taekwondo, Chess, and Tennis. Please see below for more details:
Evergreen Music’s passion is to encourage all students to be ‘.. musicians for life’. Through our School Music program we aim to provide an insight into the foundations of learning music and most importantly enjoy playing music.
Evergreen Music run the St Cecilia’s band program on Friday mornings. Beginner Group Music Lessons are offered for Acoustic Guitar, Keyboard and Percussion Drums. Ensembles are run for a variety of instruments including Flute, Drums, Trumpet and Guitar. Please visit our website at the link below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The world is changing rapidly, so rapidly that it is estimated 65% of children entering primary school today will ultimately end up working in completely new job types that don’t yet exist. It is expected that a significant proportion of these new job types will be in STEM-related fields which is why scientific foundations and science as a way of thinking is important to instill and ignite in young children. Moving away from low level factual recall and towards critical thinking and problem solving.
Onsite Science Club fun is now running Monday and Tuesday afternoons after school until 4.30pm (5pm late pick-up option available). For more information or to book a place please email email@example.com
Mrs Trish Collier runs drama classes at St Cecilia’s from 8.00am to 8.45 am on Wednesdays and Thursday.
Paul Clapham of Wyllie Taekwondo runs classes at St Cecilia’s on Tuesday mornings from 8.00 am to 8.45 am. No special skills are required when starting Taekwondo classes. Fun activities are employed in these classes to fine tune student’s youthful energy into beneficial life skills.
Each Tuesday before school (8am to 8.45 am), Chess enthusiasts descend on the school library to engage in strategic thinking and problem solving skills. The budding ‘chess masters’ have lots of fun learning new moves and applying these moves in chess tournaments.
Hot Shot Tennis is held before school at 7.45 – 8.30am Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays and is open to all grades.
Tennis is run by High Performance Tennis Coach Bryanne Crabb who teaches tennis three mornings a week. Racquets / equipment provided.
Please email Bryanne directly with any questions firstname.lastname@example.org