Playing with Lego, building robots, programming, training, overseas trips, team bonding, research and so much more, robotics is the ultimate club to join! The robotics teams compete in the First Lego League, an international competition with around 32 000 teams competing. Teams research and present on the chosen theme and propose an innovative solution to the problem at hand. The most exciting aspect of each competition is building and programming the robot to complete each challenge.
Each week the pottery club has a new theme, inspiring the girls to think creatively and outside of the box. Pottery club is ideal for those who like to get their hands dirty and express themselves freely. The roaring of the pottery wheels and the sound of laughter fills the art centre whenever the pottery club meets.
Taking a photo is not rocket science but portraying emotions and a story in a single photograph comes close to it. At photography club, girls are taught various photography techniques, how lighting affects the photo and what is portrayed through it, subject placement and many more skills. Photography club shows learners how to view things from a different angle and notice the little things.
People can say they care, but it means nothing until they prove it. The contact club proves that they care every day. With regular trips to old age homes, orphanages or homes for people with Autism, the contact club extends a friendly hand to all. The annual jersey drive and charity drives are just a few ways in which the contact club make a difference in the community.
From interesting phrases to a love of food, bridge is a unique club in the school. The learners are taught how to play and master the game and how to decipher the opposing team’s encoded sentences. Over shared jokes and food, the learners form new bonds and develop new skill sets, learning a game that can be played at any level, anywhere.
After the long walk down to the art centre, the creative juices can begin to flow at the art club. New themes and interesting projects, the members are encouraged to express themselves and be as creative as possible. The learners are taught how to use various mediums and find their strengths in different styles and subjects. Filled with laughter and fun, the art club is a platform for girls to experiment with art and see life from a different angle.
Student Christian Association
The Student Christian Association is a space where fellow Christians can come together, worship God and grow in their faith. It is open to all learners and encourages girls to step out of their comfort zone in a safe place. There are worship evenings and a camp where everyone is welcome. Each year SCA has a theme aimed at helping the girls grow in their spiritual and personal lives and grow their relationship with God.
The First Aiders are a reliable group of learners who ensure the sports teams are looked after. The learners complete training and have duties at sporting events and trainings. From sprained muscles, to cuts and bruises, the first aiders are always ready for anything thrown their way.
“Those who cannot remember the past are doomed to repeat it” – George Santayana. The museum club aims to keep the school’s museum clean and organised and showcase the school’s history to its learners, both past and present. With regular appearances at assemblies, the museum monitors give brief historical facts regarding the school, uniform, traditions and events. There are often displays set up by the club showing the history of the school and the growth over the decades.