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
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
The fourth group of our Co-Curricular Showcase.
You are clutching a foil blade in a gloved hand, the blade flashing silver; dimly viewing your approaching opponent through your metal-gridded helmet, heart pounding and mind racing Continue reading
The third group of our Co-Curricular showcase.
Orienteering is a fun and unique sporting activity, in which participants require both brains and brawn in order to do well. Continue reading
The second group of our Co-Curricular showcase.
Lion dance is a fun co-curricular which allows you to make new friends as well as build up your teamwork skills. Also, the friendly atmosphere, Continue reading
The first group of our Co-Curricular showcase.
The main reason for joining the anime club is for sharing the love of anime, especially because being part of the club allows you to meet fellow anime enthusiasts, as well as obtain Continue reading
Part 2 of the MCNC’s Online Pocket Guide to Co-Curriculars.
Co-Curricular activities are the biggest part of student life outside of the academic curriculum at Macleans College. School principals, house leaders and form teachers have all been nagging you since the beginning of year nine to make the most of the enormous range of opportunities available to you. Continue reading