Extra curricular activities

School Captains

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In 2017 students from Year 5 were invited to apply for the position of School Captain for 2018. Applications were submitted and interviews conducted before selected candidates presented speeches to the entire school community before elections are held. School Captains take a leading role in organising Assemblies, greeting and thanking visitors and representing the school.


School Leadership

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There are a number of avenues in which students are encouraged to develop leadership skills.

House Captains

In 2017 students from Year 5 were invited to apply for the position of House Captain. Applications were read and interviews conducted before selected candidates presented speeches to members of their House whom elect their chosen candidates. House Captains organise lunch time activities for the students and organise participation on Sports Day. Theirs is an encouraging and supportive role.

Student Representative Council (SRC)


From Junior Learning Community onward,  two students from each class are elected to represent their class on the SRC. Meeting fortnightly the SRC discusses concerns raised from class, run the weekly Assembly and decide on community projects to support.



Excursions are programmed each year to support the learning program in the classroom. Particpation in excursions puts a 'real - life' element to topics being studied in class.



The annual concert is rotated between the learning communities each year.  The musical is usually an original piece created and supported by our Creative Arts teachers.  The students have significant input into the concert, creating sets, costumes and helping to refine the script.

Each year the concert is held in Bukatila and is a highlight of our student's time at St Michael's.

School Debating Team

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Students have the opportunity to be involved in school debating through participation in regular debating competitions throughout the year.   Students compete regularly and hone their public speaking skills in real debating competitions. 




Each student will experience an ‘Outdoor Education’ experience while in a particular learning community.  Through camp experiences students are challenged, have opportunities to practice independence and resilience as well as have opportunities for hands on curriculum learning.

Junior Learning Community students participate in a South Australian based Camp.  Middle Learning Community Students travel to Ballarat for the Sovereign Hill Costumed Schools Program,  while Year 6 students travel to Canberra each year, visiting venues such as the War Memorial, Migration Museum, Institute of Sport and Parliament House.  The Canberra trip is a highlight of the Year 6 experience.

Music Programme


A number of opportunities exist for students to undertake the learning of a musical instrument. The school outsources tuition in keyboard and guitar providing facilities for tutors for teaching purposes. Lessons can be held during school time and parents pay these tutors directly.

Music tuition is offered to all families of our school by private music tutors.  We have piano, keyboard, flute, saxophone, clarinet, guitar, drums and singing teachers.   

For further information regarding music lessons please contact the front office on 8388 7228 or  [email protected]

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