The cultural co-curricular program caters for students' diverse abilities and offers them the chance to form life-long interests outside the academic field.
Cultural co-curricular activities at St Patrick’s College are displayed in a wide range of contexts and art forms. It plays a pivotal role in shaping a sense of social and cultural identity. This is an area in the College where it makes a difference in a student’s life. Students are able to recognise their talents and enjoy genuine success and growth in self-confidence. We at St Patrick’s College, have an extensive list ranging from drama, debating, public speaking, dance, art and leadership opportunities. All students are encouraged to participate in our cultural co-curricular programs, which provides opportunities in a wide range of activities. Through our extensive list of activities, each student has the opportunity to develop his or her potential - spiritually, socially, and culturally.
Our College has a proud tradition of excellence in all aspects of The Arts and Music. While there are many academic subjects where students can improve their skills and knowledge, the following are further opportunities in the co-curricular program for our budding musicians, actors and actresses, artists, and for anyone interested in this range of pursuits.
- College Production
- Youth Drama Club
- Textiles and Design Club
- Environment Club
- Tournament of Minds
- Chess Club
- Debating and Public Speaking
- Art Club
- Japanese Exchange Program
- Music Ensembles and Choirs (Please click here to access the Music Enrolments Page)
Sport is an important part of the College. All students have exposure to a range of fitness, skill development and game sense activities in the Health and Physical Education curriculum. House carnivals are important opportunities for our students to participate in swimming, athletic and cross country events. A wide range of sports are offered to cater for the diversity of students’ interests and abilities.