We have organised lunch clubs for all students to attend and enjoy in the first half of lunch breaks. These clubs provide students with the opportunity to participate in focused alternative activities and interest-based groups conducted by teachers such as Chess, Art, Library, Lego, Wellbeing Hub Chillout time and many more. Some of our lunch clubs are also initiated by students such as Coding and Drawing clubs.
Each term a timetable of lunch clubs is published for students to be made aware of the clubs on offer for each term as they may change over time.
What’s on this week?
See Lunch Club Timetables on Compass or around the school.
School Breakfast Club provides a warm and welcoming space for students when they arrive at school. Staff help set up the Breakfast Club space and provide students with a variety of healthy, Victorian grown or manufactured breakfast foods. These include oats, muesli, Vita Brits, wholegrain Cheerios, milk, canned fruit, toast, Vegemite and honey.
In addition to removing the barrier to learning when a child is hungry, creating a safe and social Breakfast Club environment for students also has other benefits. Positive relationships are being built between peers, staff and volunteers. Most schools use their Breakfast Clubs for informal learning around nutrition, table manners and other life skills. Many schools foster student leadership through roles at their Breakfast Club. And some schools report improved punctuality and attendance as a result of having a Breakfast Club.
With the help of our wonderful volunteers, our School Breakfast Club Program will run every Friday morning from 8:00 am – 8:45 am. This program is available to all students in the school.
The Deadly Club is a club for our Koorie students. The Deadly Club meet approximately once per month to connect, participate in activities, and plan throughout the year. Facilitated by Kane Richardson and Sonya Hunt, our Koorie Engagement Support officer, the purpose of the Deadly Club is to increase cultural connection and a sense of community.
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