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Students were invited to participate in an array of enrichment activities spanning various areas within the curriculum. Examples include: visual art, dance, drama, ICT, photoshop, gardening and propagation, advanced sport, and many more.

Gala sport

Throughout the year students from across years 5 - 6 participate within district interschool sport competition. Choices vary according to the sports season offered. (rugby league, afl, soccer, netball, softball, touch football…) Over recent years Caboolture East State School has also participated in local district development cups for rugby league, touch and AFL. These competitions provide a higher skill based competition for both boys and girls from within a school.

Music and the arts

Students across years 4 to 6 have the opportunity to participate within the instrumental music program – woodwind, brass and percussion. Both senior and junior choirs are optional extra curricular activities for interested students. Performances occur during assemblies and ceremonies. A school musical is performed bi-annually to create opportunities for drama, dance and music for students from Yr 3-6.

Active leaders

This program is designed to provide our younger students with the opportunity to learn and develop skills in physical activity under the guide of senior students in the role of ‘active leader’. This enabled senior students to develop confidence, self-esteem and organisational skills as they led younger students in a variety of lunch time activities.

Senior leaders

Year 5 students are invited to become Senior Leaders in Year 6. A Leadership Course offered in Term 4 enables aspiring school student leaders the opportunity to shine amongst their peers demonstrating their leadership, organization, confidence, persistence and ability to ‘get along’ with their peers and adults. Senior leaders are required to complete their ‘leaders card’, verifying their potential to fulfil the role as senior leader in term 4 each year.

Active after school community program

Now in its fourth full year this commonwealth funded program encourages the non-active students to become involved in regular activity. The program encourages all students to participate in this after school program and then seek out local associations to further their skills and involvement.