Extra Curricular Activities

​At Our Lady of the Rosary School students are able to access a number of extra curricular activities which operate during school, lunch times, before and after school.  

Inter-school Sport

As part of the curriculum, students in Years 5 & 6 are involved in inter-school sporting competitions with schools in the district. The students are buses to the various venues during school hours. Netball, basketball and Flagtag are some of the sporting activities.

Various Afternoon Spor​ting Opportunities available

During the year, different sports are run by independent companies on the school premises. Students can choose from sports such as soccer, basketball, cricket and netball and swimming.
Tennis lessons are available at the OLR tennis courts, with classes held before and after school and during break times.  Special Prep tennis classes are run straight after school, with the staff collecting the students from their classrooms.


Performing Arts Programs


Piano, ViolinFlute and Guitar lessons are run by external instrumental teachers, who come into the school to run classes. We also have a school band, with lessons in may different musical instruments.

 Speech and Drama or Musical Theatre

Children are able to access two different programs run at the school. The programs are tailored to suit the needs of the students.  Classes are run during the day, fitting in with class activities, after school or on Saturdays.
Speech and drama classes utilise a range of acting techniques, mime, improvisation, voice production, oral presentation skills and develops​ self confidence, self- esteem and self- expression.  The Musical Theatre covers acting, singing, and dancing.


 Afternoon chess classes are available for students in Prep upwards. The weekly classes enhance reading, memory, languarge and mathematical abilities.  They foster critical, creative, and original thinking and strengthen problem solving skills.

Martial Arts

Martial Arts and Taekwondo classes run weekly after school and early evenings.  Classes are more that self-defence, with students developing skills in concentration and focus, with an awareness about bullying and stranger danger.