Arts and Culture, Community, Learning and Sport act as four pillars to support this commitment to learning, with students taking leadership positions throughout the co-curricular programme. Students who participate in these opportunities learn leadership, co-operation, self-management and goal setting skills. They also learn to aim for personal excellence.
We encourage students to find a balance between classroom-based learning and co-curricular activities, proactively keeping themselves challenged and inspired. We celebrate both individual and team achievements in these important co-curricular activities.