The Co-Curricular Activities (CCA) program provides a diverse range of challenges outside the classroom where students can explore their passions and extend their horizons discovering new areas of interests. By participating in the CCA program, students develop new strengths, overcome challenges and share experiences by connecting with like-minded peers. The broad range of experiences enables students the ability to engage in creative pursuits, participate in new physical activities promoting personal growth and fostering a sense of personal responsibility through service relationships with the community. Through participation in co-curricular activities, students develop relationships with peers and staff, maximising their opportunities for improvement and achievement. The extensive CCA program at QASMT aims to provide exciting activities that will stimulate an interest in school life and a discovery of new gifts, talents and passions beyond the confines of the classroom.
Regular Co-Curricular Activities program:
- Environmental Club
- Dungeons & Dragons
- Model United Nations
- Leo's Club
- Very Street Community Gardening
- Zonta International
- Readers Cup
- Arts Shed
- Knitting Club
- Lawn Bowls
- Chess Club
- Running/Walking Club
- Improv. Club
- Microscope Club
- Creative Writing
- Languages – native tongue and second language.
Co-Curricular Activities program at QASMT aims to:
- provide students with opportunities to learn outside the classroom
- provide students with opportunities for enjoyment, adventure and challenge
- provide students with opportunities to enhance physical and mental well-being
- help students develop respect for themselves and others, by providing them with opportunities for personal and social development
- enable students to take increased responsibility for their own development and to regard learning as enjoyable, continuous and lifelong
- develop students understanding of interdependent participation, and inspire contribution to a greater purpose
- develop students skills in leadership, complex-reasoning and responsibility
- engage students with community networks.
Additional activities (based on demand):
- Politics Club
- Gym Circuit
- Visual Arts.