The eighth group of our Co-Curricular showcase.
Have you ever dreamed of entertaining others but don’t know how? Do you immediately think “yep, that’s me,” when referred to as clumsy, and desperately want to improve your hand-eye coordination? Do you want to impress your fellow classmates and peers with a dexterous and nimble-fingered art? Continue reading Co-Curricular Showcase: Juggling Club
At the start of every school year, we are rearing to go. We are excited to join sports teams, audition for productions and choir groups, finally ask that boy or girl out. But sometimes suddenly, things begin to fall apart. You’ll feel self-pity and self-hatred, your confidence drops, interest in school declines until that morning when you struggle to find a reason to even get out of bed. That’s when you know that The Slump has hit you; brutally. Continue reading The Big Slump
The seventh group of our Co-Curricular showcase.
Interact is a service club that aims to help out in the wider community. Over the course of the school year, leaders organise various fundraisers to raise money for worthy causes, such as the genetically inherited disease Cystic Fibrosis, which is our main supported charity. Continue reading Co-Curricular Showcase: Interact Club
The sixth group of our Co-Curricular showcase.
I’d recommend book club to anyone who is an avid reader, someone who reads for pleasure, or someone who likes to talk about books. The benefit is that you will become more knowledgeable about books and authors in general and can expand your literary horizons. Continue reading Co-Curricular Showcase: Book Club
The fifth group of our Co-Curricular showcase.
Barbershop is a style of unaccompanied, a cappella singing consisting of four uniquely named voice parts: bass, baritone, lead and tenor, in ascending order of vocal range. It is a flexible art form for male and female and is able to suit numbers ranging from a tightly-knitted quartet to a booming chorus of 50 plus members. Continue reading Co-Curricular Showcase: Babershop Girls’ Chorus (Macappella)
Our Head of English, Ms. Robinson discusses the importance of cultivating a personal identity within an increasingly connected and homologous world. Discovering who we are exactly is not only worthwhile and rewarding, but is very much the cornerstone of making clear and informed decisions. As students we get told from Year 9 all the way to Year 13 to “plan” our pathways and prepare for … Continue reading Teacher Feature: Ms. Robinson – Discovering who we are, ourselves
For part 4 of the MCNC’s Online Pocket Guide to Co-Curriculars we profile all the ways you can get involved in serving others and helping the community. Continue reading 2016 Service Expo – How you can get involved!