Co-curricular Activities

​The following are various areas covered via the College Co-curricular Activities.

Camps and Retreats

General Items 

Each year Mrs Mooney runs several fundraisers for Caritas.

Sport

All students are encouraged to participate in the various activities planned and sports played throughout the year. There are many opportunities for students to gain representative honor’s as well as be part of College Teams for Interschool competitions.

 
There are a range of sports played at both an intra-school and inter-school level.  These include: swimming, athletics, cross country, netball, rugby league, rugby union, soccer, touch, basketball, volleyball, Equestrian and Karate.
2019 Sport Calendar is  attached below - Refer to Mrs Tappin should you have a query.​
Sport Calendar 2019 - CONFIRMED​ is available via the link. As with all sports events, there may be changes caused by weeather and other external influences.

 
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Social Justice

The forms for Year 11 Social Justice Program are available via the Parent Portal - http://www.spcgympie.qld.edu.au/community-access/Pages/default.aspx Should you not have access to the Parent portal, please contact the College via email to arrange setup.​

Driver Education

Driving by Students - 
Driving to school brings increased responsibility for those students with licences.
The College has specific paperwork which must be completed by any student driving to school.
This paperwork is available on the Parent Portal (as a pdf) or as a hardcopy at the College Office.
 
 
Driver Education 2019
Our Roadcraft Driver Education Program is COMPULSORY for Year 11 students. The cost for this program is included in Levies. This program is being overseen by Mr Matt Gardiner​.​
 
Details about Driver Education in 2019 are contained in this document.

 
Competitions
 
Long Tan Awards


The ADF Long Tan Leadership and Teamwork Awards ( ADF Site ) recognise students who demonstrate leadership and teamwork within both the school and the broader community and who display strong values, such as doing one's best, respect for others and 'mateship', that are integral to Australian society.recognise students who demonstrate leadership and teamwork within both the school and the broader community and who display strong values, such as doing one's best, respect for others and 'mateship', that are integral to Australian society.
 
The Awards are open to all schools in Australia with students enrolled in Years 10 and 12.
 
Selection criteria apply and can be found on the website above or by asking Mr Tim Malone at the College.

 

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