The P&C and the school work together to provide as many possible extra-curricular activities onsite. The ones we have listed here are either organised by the school or by the school and P&C working together. They are privately run and will have costs associated with them. If your child goes to Jabiru you can coordinate with them to enable your child to go to and from these activities. This must be discussed directly with Jabiru and the organiser of the activity.
There are additional extra-curricular activities run within the school program such as the bands, choirs, ukulele ensemble, talent competition and Budgie Cup. These do not have costs associated with joining in and are organised by the school. Details of those programs are available through the school.
Private tennis lessons are held by Christie on the tennis court every day after school: https://www.ctennispt.com/
Make and Meld
Practical hands-on learning while using a range of tools and materials and making STEM, woodwork and craft based projects: https://www.makeandmeld.com.au/dutton-park
Individual or group lessons in guitar and piano. Contact the Coorparoo office to discuss lessons after school at the school: https://fortemusic.com.au/coorparoo
After-School Code Camp allows kids to hone their coding skills and keep practising through weekly sessions over the term! Students will produce multiple games and apps using online platform Code Camp World: https://my.codecamp.com.au/course/list?venue=3747
Designed especially for children in Prep and above, our chess classes are fun, interactive, and tailored by our teachers to suit the kids in each class. Unlike many chess programs, Chess Mates emphasises fun, enjoyment, and cooperation over competition (though friendly competition is still encouraged): https://chessmates.com.au/school-lessons/
Brisbane Roar Soccer (Full Term 1 2024)
Our School Program is a unique way for children of all abilities to learn from the three-time Isuzu ute a-league champions Brisbane Roar. Our fun filled program provides kids with the opportunity to develop their football skills in a fun and engaging environment: https://roaractive.com.au/programs/roaring-into-schools/
AFL Auskick (planned for Term 2 or 3 2024)
In weekly sessions, kids will explore the world of AFL, building football skills and playing in a safe, and super fun setting. Expect small groups, heaps of games and in the final week parent/guardian involvement: https://www.aflq.com.au/auskick/
Learn dancing fundamentals. These classes are not at school but are attended by a number of students. The studio is at Woolloongabba and there is a walking bus of students to get there: https://www.