Extra Curricular Programs

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.

2022 – Term 2




Club Name Teacher Location Time Description
Dungeons and Dragons Club Mr Letchford Library 2:50-4:00 Explore the castle, kill the dragon, and loot the castle in this social interaction and combat game where you play as a team of adventurers up against deadly enemies and strange worlds.
First Lego League Ms Ogrizek and Mr Lenz Planning 58 2:45-3:45 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.



Club Name Teacher Location Time Description
Study Club Ms Watkins Science 77 2:45-3:45 Study skills will be taught for the first 10 to 20 minutes, covering topics such as developing growth mindset, setting yourself up to study effectively and strategies to study and revise. This is followed by self-directed study time.
Basketball Club – Years 9 and 10 Mr Hind Gym 2:40-4:00 Basketball club is for any student who is interested in playing basketball, having fun and building positive relationships.




Club Name Teacher Location Time Description
Baking Club Miss Taylforth Food 52 2:50-3:45 Do you love to cook? Do you find yourself watching numerous baking videos or always being in the kitchen? Baking Club is for you!
Within Baking Club, we will be creating a variety of sweet and savoury baked goods to enhance our skills and development in the kitchen.
We will be selling the baked goods to students and teachers during recess and/or lunch, where all profits will be donated to charity!
If you want to have a go at baking some amazing treats without making a mess at home, join baking club and we can make mess together!
History Club Mr Letchford English 11 2:50-4:00 Fly a fighter plane in WW2? Check. Roleplay a Roman senator and kill Julius Caesar? Check. Build a medieval castle? Check. Find out if aliens built the pyramids? Check…
Wakakirri Mrs Robson & Miss Oats DRA94 2:45-3:45


Do you love the arts? Join the Wakakirri Club where you’ll create a 7 minute story-dance performance for the Wakakirri Competition with your friends. You will use a combination of skills: dancing, creative movement and acting to pre-recorded music. Actors and backstage members welcome
Basketball Club Mr Correia Gym 2:40-4:00 Basketball club is for any student who is interested in playing basketball, having fun and building positive relationships.
Woodwork Club Mr Middendorp Wood 57 2:45-3:45


Students get to use skills learned in classes or learn new skills involving practical woodwork using scrap wood, recycling wood we may not otherwise use and developing student involvement outside of class hours and providing opportunities (Particularly to Year 7s) who may not yet be doing woodwork as a subject.

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