Roseville College's co-curricular program provides a wide range of opportunities to girls from Kindergarten to Year 12, to participate in rigorous academic courses and co-curricular activities that cater for a diverse range of talents and interests. All girls are given the opportunity to engage in activities that challenge and invigorate their learning.
Co-curricular activities include:
- After School Academic Program (Years 7-12)
- Clubs and Activities
- Debating and Public Speaking
- Duke of Edinburgh's Award
- International Exchange
- Outdoor Education
Recreational Activities and Non-Competitive Sport
A range of other recreational activities and non-competitive sports on offer at the College (or nearby) include Dance, Tennis, Swimming, Speech and Drama. For these or related enquiries please see below.
Roseville Tennis Coaching
Roseville Tennis is ideally located in Recreation Avenue, right next to Roseville College (Victoria Street entrance). Morning session times for students in Senior School held from 6.50am - 7.30am and Junior School students from 7.30am - 8.00am and 8.00am - 8.30am. Younger children in Kindergarten, Years 1, 2 and 3 will have priority for the 8am session.
Afternoon lessons are held between 3.15pm - 7.00pm.
Saturday morning lessons are available upon request.
Contact Roseville Tennis Coaching directly for more information on positions available.
Roseville Swim School
Roseville Swim School conducts Learn to swim and Squad swimming classes at Roseville College, during Terms 1 and 4.
Roseville Swim School is operated by Paul and Kristin Hardman. Please find further information about the school here - Download the Roseville Swim School Information.
For information about Term 1, 2022 and swim levels, please Download the Roseville College Term 1 2022 Information and Roseville Swim School Lesson Levels.
Contact Roseville Swim School directly for more information.
Email: email@example.com | Website: www.rosevilleswim.com.au
Speech, Drama and Creative Drama
Speech and Drama classes are available as a co-curricular activity to girls in years 3 – 11 (Year 2 to be advised).
The aim is to equip the students with communication skills and to encourage self-confidence as speakers and performers through articulation exercises, mime, improvisation, storytelling, public speaking, verse, prose speaking, monologues and duologues. The students will also develop a love of literature and have fun!
Students are able to compete in eisteddfods.
Participation in Speech and Drama examinations is encouraged, either AMEB Australian based or Trinity Guildhall (preferably seniors) which is internationally recognised.
The year finishes with a low-key presentation of items from the year’s program and abridged scenes from plays.
Lessons are before and after school and are taught in groups.
Phone Mrs Sandy Cooper: 0409 248 312
Dancique School of Dance is conveniently located in nearby Lord Street. Dance styles including jazz, lyrical, hip-hop, contemporary, ballet and acro are available for beginners through to advanced levels. Dancers will have the opportunity to compete in Eisteddfods and Festivals through performance troupe classes and/or private lessons. The annual dance concert is presented in November (in the Roseville College auditorium) to showcase routines learnt over the course of the year, highlighting the talents, technique and skills that have developed.
The team of dance teachers strive to provide strong programs for recreational classes, competitive teams and soloists, catering for each dancer's individual development in a safe, supportive and enjoyable environment.
Classes in 2022 are available for Junior to Senior students, Monday to Thursday afternoons, at 7A Lord Street, Roseville.
2022 dance enrolments open on 26 November 2021 (please note that some classes may reach capacity quickly). Please see the attached flyer and contact Dancique School of Dance. Alternatively, please enrol via our website from 26 November 2021.
Download the flyer for Dancique pick-up (Junior girls can be walked from school to their dance class)
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