Students at Waverley Christian College Primary School are provided with a wide range of extracurricular activities to broaden and enrich their school experience. For many years, the school has run programs catering for those students with interests in the areas of music, performance, chess, sports and fitness. Most of these programs are free to join, others are provided by experts external to the school and may have a cost. Either way, all of our programs are highly engaging and are a great way for students to meet other like-minded children adding enormous value to the spirit and sense of community we endeavour to foster.
Each week our Primary students gather for Chapel. It is a special time when we come together to share in a dedicated time of focussing on God, and is a vital part of our identity as a Christian College. Our Primary Chapel Band is available for Years 5 and 6 students to work together to provide worship music.
YEAR 1 STUDENTS
YEAR 2-6 STUDENTS
Supervisor: Mrs CrossChess Club is an additional, paid program, that offers Primary students guided tuition during each Chess class. They are taught the necessary skills and techniques while given the opportunity to play chess against their peers. Inter school tournaments operate each term with selected students chosen to represent the College. The representing chess team is compiled of students who consistently score highly during their chess class. Currently, WCC Primary Chess team are the National Champions having won successfully at a National level for the last three years.
Our Jubal Choirs are open to Years 2 and 3 students who love to sing. The Jubal Choirs are non-auditioning choirs with a focus on musicality and singing for pleasure, and perform at school events, Chapels and community events.
Our Kenaniah Choir is open to Year 6 students who love to sing. The Kenaniah Choir is a non-auditioning choir with a focus on musicality and singing for pleasure, and perform at school events, Chapels and community events.
Our Percussion Ensemble aims to develop an appreciation and love of music through a variety of percussion instruments. Students learn how to play (technique), what to play, and will grow in their self-confidence and learning in general.
Prayer and praise is an integral part of our daily Christian walk. Each Monday, Year 6 students meet during their lunch break for a time of prayer. This is a voluntary decision made by these young people and an amazing time to see God answering their prayers and building their faith!
Our Primary Orchestra is open to students in Years 2 to 6. The Primary Orchestra performs at school events, Chapels and community events.
Students develop an appreciation and love of music through a variety of experiences. Weekly string ensemble playing, allows the students to learn how to play (technique), what to play (solo and ensemble repertoire), and the skills needed to really enjoy belonging and contributing to a group.
Running club is for anyone who would like to improve their fitness and stay fit and healthy. Badges are awarded at Assembly for distance running. Everyone is welcome to join in.
The Senior Secondary students can be involved in a variety of sports training, including soccer, football basketball and athletics. The Club is open to all senior Primary students, especially those with a keeness to pursue better health and training habits.
Our Silas Choirs are open to Years 4 and 5 students who love to sing. The Silas Choirs are non-auditioning choirs with a focus on musicality and singing for pleasure, and perform at school events, Chapels and community events.
The WRT competes in local and state events, with students pitting their engineering and design skills, as well as fitness, endurance and racing skills against teams from other schools across Victoria. Parents are also encouraged to be involved in this Team. Events are scheduled throughout the year (one per Term).