After School Clubs

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 4 2022

 

Monday

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 Science 71 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.
Fitness Club Miss Moolman Fitness Centre 2:45-3:30 Fitness Club provides a safe and supervised environment for exercise. It will enable students to use specialist exercise equipment and offer the kinds of activities that are fun, challenging and enjoyable to to meet personal fitness goals.

If you are interested in taking part, please sign up at the HPE office. Parental permission is required to use the fitness centre equipment/machines.

Please note that this club will begin Week 3

Art Attack Ms Dagnall and Ms Kirkwood PR 178 2:45-3:45 Students in Art club have the opportunity to work on independent or group Visual Arts projects of their choice, as well as participating in school-wide Arts projects for showcases and competition entry.

 

 

Wednesday

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.
Music Club Mr Moorin, Mr Corbett and Ms McDonald 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!
Showcase Rehearsals Mrs Robson DAN92 2:45-3:45 If you were involved in Wakakirri this year or are performing in this Semester’s Dance Showcase in Week 9 please come to these extra rehearsals to make our show extra special.

If you have any questions please see Mrs Robson.

Please note that this club will begin Week 5

Drama Club Ms Oates Drama 94 2:45-3:45 Do you want to be involved in Semester 2 Dance & Drama Showcase? Work with your friends Wednesday or Thursday to create a dramatic performance of your choice to perform. Roles include acting, directing, lighting, sound and stage management.

Please see Ms Oates for more details.

Please note that this club will begin Week 3

 

 

Thursday

Club Name Teacher Location Time Description
History Club Mr Letchford English 11 2:50-4:00 We explore the past with games, YouTube videos, modelling projects and even battles! This term we’re building a castle!
Drama Club Ms Oates Drama 94 2:45-3:45 Do you want to be involved in Semester 2 Dance & Drama Showcase? Work with your friends Wednesday or Thursday to create a dramatic performance of your choice to perform. Roles include acting, directing, lighting, sound and stage management.

Please see Ms Oates for more details.

Basketball Club – All ages 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.
D&T Club Ms Ogrizek Wood 57 2:45-3:45 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.

Please note that this club will only run from Week 3.

 

 

Friday

Club Name Teacher Location Time Description
Music Club Mr Moorin, Mr Corbett and Ms McDonald Ground floor of Arts Building 10:38 – 11:03 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!

 

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