Activities Club provides engaging, learning focused activities run by qualified teachers and undergraduate assistants. These activities compliment St Luke’s 6 Pillars and the core curriculum.
Students are presented with an array of Key Learning Areas offered on a rotational basis. These include STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) Coding,
Visual Arts, Drama, Dance, Design & Physical Education.
The most recent schedule is available on the college website. The day ‘focus areas’ provide an array of hands on learning activities within that particular subject area. Often there may be more than one focus area on any particular day, this is to cater to the strengths of particular teaching staff and external providers and also, offers variety for students attending on specific schedules.
The Sunrise Session offers smaller group activities.
At 8:00 am rolls will be marked and students will be handed over to the main supervision area.
The Twilight session’s formalised ‘activity time’ is scheduled from approximately 3:30-4:30pm (however, this may vary depending on the type of activities offered).
At the conclusion of school students will gather at a collection point and be directed to the Modular Buildings by staff where they will line up for Activities Club.
IF YOU ARE PICKING UP YOUR CHILD FROM THE HUB AND THEY ARE ENROLLED INTO ACTIVITIES CLUB FOR THAT DAY. PLEASE LET AN ACTIVITIES CLUB MEMBER OF STAFF KNOW PRIOR TO LEAVING THE SCHOOL, SO WE CAN MARK THEIR NAME OFF.
Similarly, if your child is not attending Activities Club on a particular day and you know in advance please let Activities Club know via email.
Due to our current numbers Twilight rolls are separated into Junior (ES1 and S1) and Senior (Stage 2, 3, 4) groups which often have age appropriate activities and/or will access certain learning activities on a rotational basis.