Clubs Years 1-3

Reedy Creek Primary Clubs| Term 1, 2017

Years 1 - 3

Primary clubs are held on Tuesday afternoon from 2:10pm - 3:10pm.
In Term 1, Clubs commence on February 14.

Please read the description of the Clubs below and select your choice of a single Club on the booking form attached to that club.

  • Please choose only one club from the list below
  • Once you have registered for your Club, we are unable to change your booking
  • Some clubs have limited numbers. This will be indicated on the booking form. Once the maximum has been reached, that Club will become unavailable. (You may be able to register for a waitlist on the booking form if the Club is full.)
  • Some Clubs incur a cost. This cost is indicated on the booking form and can be paid by credit card on-line. The cost is based on 6 sessions.
  • Students taking part in off-campus activities will be transported from school to the location. Parents will need to arrange for pick-up from this location at the end of each session. (Unless otherwise indicated.)
  • Clubs will commence on Tuesday, February 14, 2016

Drama Games

Through participation in a variety of activities the students will develop in their ability to:

  • think quickly
  • use their imagination and be creative
  • improvise
  • communicate with clarity
  • use their voice more skillfully
  • use gestures and movement to enhance their acting
  • work collaboratively with others
  • be confident

These skills will be developed in a fun, enthusiastic and supportive environment.

Dress requirement: sport uniform

Coloured Pencil Club

The Coloured Pencil Club is a visual art class. Students will be given the opportunity to explore the many and varied facets of drawing, painting and collage.

With a strong focus on exploration and experimentation, this club will be practical and hands-on allowing students to explore a range of techniques and create artworks.

Dress: Tuesday Uniform

Dr Seuss Fan Club

Students explore the different books, venturing into the wild imaginative world of Seuss. Using the books as a platform students venture into the unknown, changing ending, characters and intended focus of the originals.

Dress: Tuesday Uniform

Cheer Dancing

Dress: Sports uniform


Do you want your children to improve concentration, problem solving, planning ahead and memory retention all while having FUN? Then the CHESS Club is for you. An exciting combination of Coaching + Competition games weekly with Mr Cooke will have your child enthusiastic about learning - Limited spots available.

Dress: Tuesday Uniform

Building Lego Creations

"Bible Lego Creations" - An innovative, hands-on approach to studying the bible. Budding theologians express their understanding of Scripture through exciting individual and group constructions, representing the stories and themes of the world's greatest book!

Dress: Tuesday uniform


Learn how to skip like the professionals ;-)

Open to boys and girls in Years 1 - 3. Skipping is a fun way to exercise and learn coordination at the same time.

Dress: Tuesday Uniform

Hip Hop Dance

Hip-hop dance refers to street dance styles primarily performed to hip-hop music or that have evolved as part of hip-hop culture. What distinguishes hip-hop from other forms of dance is that it is often "freestyle" (improvisational) in nature and the accent of style. Think irresistible rhythms and eye-catching steps that break many of the conventions of classical dance

Dress requirement: Sport uniform

Picture Book, Writing and Illustrating Club

PURPOSE: To plan, write and illustrate a children’s picture book to share with Lower Primary students.

Comic Book Creations

In Comic Book Creations, students will create their own hand drawn comic book. We will develop characters, storylines and learn how to put all the frames together to develop our stories. Students will need pencils/textas and plenty of ideas!

Dress requirements: Tuesday uniform

Science Explained - It's what matters:

  • Animal defence mechanisms
  • Chromatography
  • Propulsion experiments
  • Light observations
  • Labelling parts of the brain on skull caps/brain science
  • The science of bubbles
  • The brain and memory

STEM Club - Year 3 only

The STEM Club gives Year 3 and Year 4 students the chance to explore aspects of science, technology, engineering and maths. Over the coming weeks, students will focus on activities such as: physics, balloon rockets, science, creating bath bombs, design technology, creating a simple robot, and much more.

Dress requirement: Tuesday Uniform


Students will learn the basics of the Japanese language. This program is designed to encourage children to develop the awareness of cultural diversity and love of Japanese.

Dress requirement: Tuesday Uniform