Knockout Sport: Basketball, Cricket, Netball, Soccer, Volleyball
Knockout sports are offered in a range of key sports for Year 6/7, Year 8/9 and Open teams. Teams are selected through a trials process.
Anglican Cup is an annual carnival between Pulteney Grammar School, St John’s Grammar and Woodcroft College in a range of traditionally winter sports. Whilst this carnival is primarily for Senior School students, exceptionally talented Middle School students may be invited to participate with the approval of the Head of Middle School. Teams are selected through a trials process.
Specialist Netball Training: As a part of the SPIN+ (Special Programme in Netball commencing 2017), students from Year 6-12 are selected to participate in a weekly training programme to enhance their netball skills and general fitness. The Knockout Netball teams and Anglican Cup teams are selected from the SPIN+ Training Squad.
SAPSASA: Year 6 and 7 students can represent the Tea Tree Gully District in state wide SAPSASA competitions across a range of sports. Additionally, students can apply for selection in SAPSASA State teams in a range of sports.
SSSSA: Students can apply for selection in SSSSA State teams in a range of sports.
Year Round Music Opportunities that are available:
Chess Club – Chess Club students meet weekly to develop their skills and work towards competing in interschool chess competitions. There is a large chess set located in the courtyard for students to use during lunch times.
Debating – Debating teams have the opportunity to participate in weekly inter-school debating competitions.
EcoForce – Students meet weekly at lunch times to address environmental issues related to the school and wider community and implement appropriate action and initiatives. Additionally, students can participate in the Kids Teaching Kids Conference held biannually in October in a set location within Australia.
OzAsia – Up to three times a week, students meet to further explore Asian Culture, particularly in relation to Asian dance. Participation in the OzAsia Festival has been a highlight for this group.
Pedare Press – The Club’s aim is to research and produce content about student life at Pedare. The group aims to communicate the “hidden” student stories through a variety of mediums such as print, video and online.
Robotics Club – Meeting throughout the year to explore technology-based innovations. Opportunities for this club include participation in First Robotics, ICT Young Explorers and First Lego League Competitions.
Small Group – Small Group meets weekly to pray about current matters concerning students and various events happening in the life of the College.
Th!nk Club – In the Th!nk Club, students meet weekly to diversify their thinking skills through a range of practical problem-solving activities. Involvement in the Th!nk club prepares students for competitions such as the da Vinci Decathlon.
Worship Leadership Team – The Worship Leadership Team supports Middle and Senior School worship services through performing musical items, reading Bible passages and leading prayers.