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Co-Curricular Opportunities

There are a variety of co-curricular activities on offer for students at St Thomas More. All students are encouraged to participate in some of the co-curricular programs available. These programs develop students’ confidence, talents and sense of responsibility.

Some of the opportunities available at St Thomas More include:

  • Diocesan Sports Gala Days in soccer, cricket, netball, basketball, rugby, rugby league and touch football
  • Opportunities to represent at Diocesan, MacKillop and State levels in a range of sports, including swimming, athletics and cross country – read more here
  • Sports Skills Development Sessions
  • After-School Sports Sessions – including rugby league and AFL
  • K-6 Swimming Program
  • Wakakirri Story and Dance Competition
  • School Choir
  • Music Bus Lessons
  • STEM Club
  • ICAS Tests
  • Chess Club
  • Art Competitions – including the Christmas Story Art Competition
  • Kids Club
  • Public Speaking
  • Garden Club, Recycling Team and Other Environmental Activities – learn more here about our school's engagement with environmental education, action, stewardship and sustainability
  • Mini Vinnies – including opportunities to organise and participate in social justice initiatives, raising funds and awareness for a range of causes


In keeping with our general aim of developing the whole person, sport and physical education are considered important aspects of the school curriculum.

All children are encouraged and motivated to participate in Sport, Physical Education and Health programs. In competitive sport, it is our aim to encourage participation, team spirit and enjoyment rather than winning.

On enrolment in the school, children are placed in four sport teams:

  • Chisholm – Red
  • Marcellin – Green
  • MacKillop – Yellow
  • Polding – Blue  

These teams enjoy a friendly rivalry in school sporting events.

Students in Years 3-6 also have the opportunity to participate in a number of Diocesan Sports Gala Days and represent at Diocesan, MacKillop and State levels in a range of individual and team sports.