Co-curricular Learning

Co-curricular Learning

St Hilda's Aquatics

St Hilda’s swimming is available all year round, catering for learn to swim through to squad level swimmers. Focus is placed on development of the correct technique. All programs are skill and ability based, and as such each swimmer trains in a level of an equivalent age, ability, skill, dedication, fitness and competitive desire and also a love of the sport of swimming.

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Sporting Life

St Hilda’s School values its Sports program which encompasses quality coaching, a range of excellent facilities and key connections with a number of external providers. Being actively engaged in regular sporting activities promotes good physical and mental health.

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Music

Girls interested in studying music as part of their formal academic studies will usually be deeply-involved in the co-curricular music program of the school. All Music Scholarships are awarded after consideration of the way the girls can contribute to the musical life of the school through the extensive coral and instrumental program.

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Performing Arts

St Hilda’s School offers a dazzling range of Performing Arts opportunities including plays and musicals, acting workshops, film creation and talent competitions. Many activities are all-inclusive, and girls who want to participate are given the chance to be part of the team.

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Junior School Clubs

Students are able to participate in a range of co-curricular clubs and activities delivered by our class teachers. The activities organised for the students are wide-ranging and are available to girls from Years 1 to 6.

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Middle and Senior School Clubs

Club activities in Middle and Senior School give students the opportunity to explore an extensive range of co-curricular activities.

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Debating and Public Speaking

St Hilda's has a proud tradition in debating, public speaking and language speaking competitions. Students from Years 4 to 6 enjoy a number of school-based challenges, such as Why Not Shakespeare, while secondary students take part in the Gold Coast Secondary Schools’ Debating Association’s annual competition.

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