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 run Week 2 – 9 and 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 1 2023
|Anime Club||Mr Tennyenhuis||Library||2:40- 4:00||It is a safe space for kids that enjoy anything anime or manga related. We will be watching a season of anime a term as well as have paper for drawing and art that can be hung up.|
|Dance Technique & Choreography||Ms McDonald and Mrs Robson||DAN92||2:45-3:45||Do you want to turn, leap or tumble? This club will have a portion focused on dance skills/techniques in Term 1. In Term 2, this club will work towards creating a routine by students to perform at YOHFest later on this year.|
|Art Club||Ms Kirkwood||Print 78||2:45-3:45||An opportunity for students to participate in school projects and extend skills. Students will engage in both school based and community projects. Art club will also give students the opportunity to keep up to date with class work.|
|Turn Up – Youth Mentoring||Mandurah Youth Team||Canteen||2:45-5:00||Offers help with homework, resumes or just someone to talk to.|
|Chess Club||Ms Hodson||Library||2:45-3:45||Chess club is for any student wanting to learn the essentials of chess. The club emphasises fair play, good sportsmanship, doing your best and building confidence whilst making new friends.|
|Music Club||Mr Corbett and Mr Moorin||Ground floor of Arts Building||2:45-3:40||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!|
|D&T Club||Ms Ogrizek||Wood 57||2:45-3:45||Within this club, students will have the opportunity to increase their skills within this area using scrap wood. This provides students with the chance to further their understanding of sustainability as well as their design and production processes. In the past students have also used this time to further the projects they have been working on in class as well.|
|Environment Committee||Mrs Doubikin||HASS 35||2:45-3:45||The Environment Committee will run a club each Wednesday afterschool, to meet, discuss and participate the environmental initiatives we implement at CLC. The club will also participate in environmental DIYs and crafting. Advanced standing required, maximum of 15 students. Please speak with Ms Doubikin if you are interested in joining the Committee for 2023!|
|Movie Club||Mr Read||DIG89||2:50-4:00||Movie Club is a Media based club which will explore some filmmaking basics for those with a passion for movies, tv, storytelling, videography, digital editing, and so much more.|
|Basketball club||Mr Correia and 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.|
|Wakakirri Club||Miss Turner, Ms McDonald and Mrs Robson||Drama 94||2:45-3:45||There are plans to make this years Wakakirri bigger and better than before so we need you to make this happen. Come and help create this years piece by being a part of the onstage or offstage crew.|
|First Lego League||Mr Lenz||Science 77||3.00-3:45||First Lego League introduces science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM) through fun, exciting hands-on learning. Participants gain real-world problem-solving experience through a guided robotics program.|
|Study Club||Ms Watkins||Library||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.|