Middle and Senior School Clubs

Middle and Senior School Clubs

CLICK TO VIEW: Co-Curricular, Extra Curricular and Service Activities – Middle Senior School 2018

Amnesty International

Amnesty International is an organisation that raises awareness regarding violations of human rights on a global scare. Amnesty gives students a voice to see that they can actively participate in protests against abuses.

Co-ordinator: Ms Amanda O’Neill

Contact: 07 5532 4922
Year Levels: Years 7-12
Terms: Terms 1 – 4
Venue: Granowski 3
Times: Varied – usually lunch times, sometimes after school

Art Life Drawing and Artist Forum

Life Drawing: Students will participate in life drawing classes working from the model. Activities are largely skills and technique based focusing on observational and analytical drawing styles.

Artist Forums: Guest lecturers, artists and practitioners in various fields will lead artist forums
and /or workshops. In the past, artists such as; Marian Drew, Donna Marcus, Dane Lovett, Mona Ryder, James Guppy have been our special guests.

On occasions, these times may also be used for excursions to exhibitions, lectures at the Gold Coast Art Gallery or Griffith University.

Coordinator: Visual Art Teacher: Alana Hampton
Contact: 07 5532 4922
Year Levels: Years 11-12
Terms: Terms 1 & 2
Venue: G1
Times: 3.30pm – 6pm on various days as advertised

Club Netball

St Hilda’s has 13 teams ranging from Years 2 to 10. The girls play other schools or clubs in the district on Saturday mornings. There is an opportunity to plan tournaments throughout the year; and these girls will also be given the opportunity to be selected for representative teams.

Netball World Cup Mascot ‘Missy’ on Tour


Coordinator: Miss Olivia Salter
Contact: 55777 230
Email: osalter@sthildas.qld.edu.au
Year Levels: Years 2 to 10
Training: one session per week, plus one match game per week
Season for Juniors Years 1-7: March to September
Matches: Saturday morning between 8.30am and 10.30am
Seasons for Intermediates Years 8 to 10: February to August with matches on Monday 5pm to 6pm; and August to December with matches on Monday 5pm to 6pm
Venue: Southport-Carrara Netball Association, Benowa Rd, Benowa


Students must have their own horses or borrowed horses to compete in the weekend competitions. St Hilda’s School fields a team when horse and riders are available.
Contact: Mel Lilley 557 77278
Year Levels: Years 8-12
Terms: All year events
Venue: Various Showgrounds
Times: Weekend

Joint TSS and St Hilda’s Book Club

Students read 4 books (though films are also allowed) which are selected at the previous meeting. Selections are made by the students present and are representative of both the boys’ and the girls’ choices. The discussion is run by the student chair of the day and begins with discussing the books. Time is allocated to choosing the next term’s reading. Afternoon tea is provided by the host team.

The school provides 3 copies of each title for students to read, but they are encouraged to purchase their own copies or borrow them from their Local Library. Students are encouraged to choose from a wide range of authors and titles – modern, popular literature and the classics.

Co-ordinator: Alexeem Boyle
Contact: 07 5577 7222
Year Levels: Years 9-12
Terms: Terms 1-4
Venue: Alternately at The Southport School Senior Library and the Horton Library
Times: Once a Term on a Wednesday afternoon 4pm-6pm


Science Club

The Science Club is for students who want to have fun exploring science. Students participate in a collection of easy to do, yet interesting and educational experiments in the different fields of science. When appropriate, external agencies and guest speakers will also be engaged. The Science Club aims to provide insight into the science behind our everyday activities.scienceclub

Co-ordinator: Dr Ed Stolarchuk
Contact: 07 5532 4922
Year Levels: Years 7-12
Terms: Two events per term
Venue: SB1
Times: 3.30pm – 4.30pm on dates to be advised

The Good Coffee

The Good Coffee operates throughout the term from the Jennifer Reeves Cafeteria. It is a student-based initiative which, by selling coffee and hot beverages each morning, raises substantial funds for a charity (determined by the student body each year). Involvement will develop broad barista skills, such as customer service and beverage preparation. Trained baristas are encouraged to join in. Participation will be acknowledged by a certificate at the end of each year.coffeeclub

Co-ordinator: Mr Brandt Ward
Contact: 07 5577 7225
Year Levels: Years 11 and 12
Terms: Terms 1 – 4
Venue: Jennifer Reeves Cafeteria
Times: 7.25am-8.05am, on rostered days only, Monday-Friday


Yoga classes are presented in an imaginative, age appropriate way for each group from Years 1 to 12. The younger students enjoy stories, music and games to learn active Yoga postures. The older students are given more challenging postures and focus on their breathing and the flow of the movements. All sessions conclude with a deep relaxation exercise. Students notice an improvement in balance, strength flexibility and coordination and a greater sense of calm. Yoga naturally enhances self-esteem and respect.

Yoga’s Effects on the Body:

  • Reduced stress levels
  • Stimulates improvements in attention, concentration and memory
  • Increases cardiovascular efficiency and decreases blood pressure
  • Lowers heart rate and pulse rate, making it an important factor in reducing heart disease
  • Improves sleep and digestion
  • Self-growth and development
  • Improves mood and feelings of well-being.
  • Anxiety, depression and hostility decreases and social adjustments increases
  • Immune function increases
  •  Physical strength and endurance increases
  • Flexibility and joint range of motion increases
  • Balance, hand-eye coordination, dexterity and fine motor skills improve
  • Improvement of many medical conditions and slows the aging process

Yoga classes recommended for students in Prep through to year 12 over 15 weeks of tuition, on a Semester basis, one class per week
Classes for Years Prep -4 are of 40 minute duration. Fees are $180 for the 15 week Semester.
Classes for Years 5-12 are of 50 minutes duration. Fees are $195 for the 15 week Semester.

Coordinator: Danielle Williams
Contact: 0411 143 303
Email: livinghealthnaturally8@gmail.com


Year Levels: Years Prep-12
Terms: 3 and 4
Venue: Caedmon Centre
Times: Years Prep-12: Monday 3.30pm-4.10pm
(15 weeks tuition $195 per Semester)

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