Timetabled classes ensure that students are exposed to the core curriculum, while after-school clubs allow them to delve further into their interest areas.
Coastal Lakes College offers a number of after-school clubs to suit a variety of student interests and are run in response to student demand.
Clubs are generally run Monday, Wednesday and Thursday between 2:45 and 3:45. Clubs are run by teachers, if a teacher is away the after-school club will not run on that day. Clubs may require Good Standing.
Term 2, 2021 Schedule
Within this club, students will have the opportunity to advance their digital technology skills through the First Lego League Challenge where teams of up to 10 students build, program and compete with a robot, while also learning about a modern problem in science and engineering and developing solutions for it. The entire competition for the year is based around one of these themes: Past themes include natural disasters, senior citizens, food health & safety, climate change, medical science, and nanotechnology. During this time students will also be able to develop relationships with like-minded students while learning new skills such as coding and advancing their problem-solving skills.
Monday 2:45pm-3:45pm | Digital Design 66 | Ms Ogrizek
Creative Writing Club
At Creative Writing Club students write and read creatively. We discuss all things literary and experiment with various techniques to construct narrative and poetic texts. We also drink tea, eat cake and chat. Students of all abilities are encouraged to come to Creative Writing Club to receive feedback and support to improve their writing
Commencing Week 4 -Monday 2.45pm-3.45pm | Art 91 | Ms Heaney
Mysteries of the World Club
Are aliens real? Does the lost city of Atlantis really exist? Is there a secret agency protecting us all from horrible monsters? Come along to MOTWC and investigate the mysteries of our past and the unknowns of the now.
Monday 2.45pm-3.45pm | Math 46 | Ms Doubikin
Students can come to try out instruments by themselves or even start a band with friends. You can have a go on guitars, drums, bass, keyboard, piano, ukulele and many more. There are no classes and no assessments, just people having a go and having fun with Music!
Wednesday 2.45pm-3.45pm | Music Practice Rooms | Mr Corbett
Wednesday 2.45pm-3.45pm | Library | Study Sessions will be run by one of our Head of Learning Area’s
Within this club, students will have the opportunity to connect with primary schools within the community to design and create projects they require. Not only will this allow students to take a more hands-on approach to all the elements within design and technology, but it will also allow them to create greater relationships within their community. This will enable students to follow both the design and production process with someone in mind other than themselves.
Thursday 2:45pm-3:45pm | Wood 57 | Ms Ogrizek
Basketball club has transpired to be a very successful and enjoyable club that students are eager to be apart of. Basketball club welcomes all students at any skill level who are interested in learning and playing basketball. Basketball club provides a safe environment that builds teamwork, comradery and competition. At the club the focus Is on proper warm ups and stretches, then improvement of skills and then into all sorts of team based games.
Thursday 2:40pm-4:00pm | Gym | Mr Correia
Jump into the world of anime, manga and comics with Ms Stacey. Whether you’re already a fan, looking to try something new, or seeking like-minded friends to discuss your favourite series with, this club is for you. Each week we will discuss a different series using CLC library’s awesome collection of manga!
Thursday 2.45pm – 3.45pm | Library | Ms Stacey
In Art Club students can explore a variety of materials, themes and art-making processes. This is a friendly, creative and relaxed space where all are welcome. Come along and learn something you didn’t know you could do!
Thursday 2.45pm – 3.45pm | Drawing 90 | Ms Inwood