At MLC School our co-curricular activities and programs provide valuable learning experiences through practical situations involving teamwork, sportsmanship, winning and losing and hard work.
From Student Representative Council to orchestra, debating to soccer, co-curricular activities have long been recognised as a way for students to indulge a passion, try a new skill, learn and develop leadership, social, and organisational skills and to provide service to the School and community.
At MLC School, our co-curricular activities and programs provide valuable learning experiences through practical situations involving teamwork, sportsmanship, winning and losing and hard work. By participating, students have opportunities to grow their:
- Self-discipline, reliability and time management
- Skills in handling competitive situations
- Capacity for learning new concepts
- Social groups and friendship connections while still at school
All students are encouraged to participate in at least one co-curricular activity each school year. Participation is voluntary, but students who do nominate are expected to fully commit themselves with regards to attendance at training, matches and wearing correct uniform when appropriate.
A brief overview of each of our co-curricular programs can be found in the following pages. For further information about an activity, including details of when and where they take place, and how to take part, visit our Community website.