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Co-Curricular Opportunities

There are a variety of co-curricular activities on offer for students at St Clare's. All students are encouraged to participate in some of the co-curricular programs available. These programs develop students’ confidence, talents and sense of responsibility.

Some of the opportunities available at St Clare's may include:

  • Coding Club
  • Vex and mBot Robotic Competitions
  • Tournament of the Minds
  • School Choir
  • School String Group
  • Drama Groups
  • Music Bus
  • Diocesan Sports Gala Days in soccer, cricket, netball, basketball, rugby, rugby league and more
  • Opportunities to represent at Diocesan, MacKillop and State levels in a range of sports, including swimming, athletics and cross country – read more about sport at St Clare's
  • Mark Taylor Shield Cricket
  • Tiger Shield Gala Day
  • Public Speaking
  • University Tests
  • Art Competitions – including the Christmas Story Art Competition
  • Chess
  • Seasons for Growth
  • Environmental initiatives to ‘care for our common home’, including tree planting and participation in the 'Vinnies Return & Earn' scheme – learn more here about our school's engagement with environmental education, action, stewardship and sustainability
  • Opportunities to organise and participate in social justice initiatives, raising funds and awareness for a range of causes – including Mini Vinnies


St Clare's provides a diversity of sporting opportunities both at school and representative level.

School classes have dedicated sport lessons each week. These lessons involve the teaching of skills in a variety of sports and improving students fitness levels. The teaching of sport is part of the school’s PDHPE curriculum.

Representative students in Years 3-6 have the opportunity to participate in diocesan gala days in AFL, rugby league, soccer, netball, basketball and cricket.

The school conducts two major annual sport carnivals – cross country, swimming. These events act as trials for school teams to participate in regional and Diocesan carnivals. From here, successful students can trial for selection in MacKillop (NSW Catholic Schools) teams, which can lead to State (PSSA), and ultimately, National teams.

Students talented in a variety of winter and summer (team and individual) sports can also trial for selection in MacKillop teams. These students have the opportunities to trial for the Wollongong Diocesan team in the following sports: AFL, rugby league, soccer, netball, basketball, cricket, softball, hockey, and tennis.