Cocurricular activities are an essential part of a child's success in achieving their best
Christ Church Grammar School offers a wide variety of cocurricular activities for different year levels and catering for many different interests. These programs are offered before school, at lunchtime and after school and are designed to widen students' horizons and complement and enrich the educational opportunities at the school.
Chess Club operates before school begins. Students in Prep to Year 2 meet as a junior section and students from Years 3 - 6 form the senior section. The students are supported each week by coaches from Chess Ideas and participate in Interschool chess competitions throughout the year.
Art Club runs in Terms 2 and 3 and is very popular. Students enjoy spending their free time working on individual and group art projects and many of these are displayed throughout the school and at the Art Show.
French club gives an opportunity for children to start learning French. They enjoy a practical and fun introduction to French conversation concentrating on key vocabulary through singing and speaking. Students in Years 4 - 6 practise their lessons at a local French-themed cafe once a term, where they are able to try out their phrases with the staff!
Computer coding is run after school by an external provider Invent the World, who offer computer courses for children from Years 3 - 6 based around programming, engineering, robotics and game design.
This after school class introduces children to gymnastics and shows them the benefits of building strong foundations through gymnastics skills. It is run after by former Olympian and world champion, Ashleigh Brennan. Gymnastics is a fun and challenging sport that builds strong foundations and fundamental movement patterns, as well as coordination and partner work. It is also provides a great foundation for other sports and activities. Classes are divided into 4 Year Old, Prep, Years 1 - 2, and Years 3 - 6 groups.
Karate enhances personal development in many ways and increases personal confidence, learning self-defence skills whilst enjoying game sense skill work. This club is offered by an external provider, Art of Defence, on Tuesday and Friday lunchtimes.