Consistent with the Matthew Flinders Anglican College Mission Statement of preparing our students for the future, a wide range of co-curricular activities is offered as an integral part of the total curriculum from Prep through to Year 12. (See also Primary Co-curricular.)
Complementing the pursuit of academic excellence and maximising each student's potential, the co-curricular activities provide opportunities to experience and develop existing or new interests and to cultivate critical teamwork and leadership abilities.
Success in future studies, employment and indeed life itself flows for those who have a balanced approach to work and broader social commitments and who have developed their capacity to work effectively with others.
Teamwork, leadership, challenge, confidence building, planning, perseverance, and learning to cope with both winning and losing, are but a few of the benefits of participation in co-curricular activities.
Students have the opportunity to achieve many positive experiences through the co-curricular endeavour, as well as to improve relations between themselves, their staff and the wider community.
Flinders offers a diverse co-curricular program, with the emphasis on participation, skill development, teamwork and enjoyment. Co-curricular activities are conducted outside school hours and participation by students is on a voluntary basis.
The range of co-curricular offerings and information regarding students’ involvement can be found on the following pages.
|Cross Country||Soccer (Football)|
|Duke of Edinburgh||Touch Football|