Extra-curricular activity is a fundamental element of the FACE Curriculum (faith, academic, community, extra-curricular) allowing students to grow as part of a holistic education within the Loreto Normanhurst Student Growth Model (LNSGM).
Throughout their secondary school years Loreto Normanhurst students are encouraged to pursue a wide range of extra-curricular activities. Students may combine sport and activities such as rowing, gymnastics, football, netball and rugby 7’s, with an academic enrichment program such as Future Problem Solving or perhaps specialise in competitive debating. The school also has a large number of music ensembles and social justice groups, as well as opportunities to be part of the Mock Trial team and different clubs such as the Coding Club, the Student Newspaper and Tech Hub.
The relationship students build with their enthusiastic teachers and their peers is also an important aspect of the program. For both student and staff members, the extra-curricular program offers an opportunity to find common ground outside the classroom.
The school supports the many students who participate at an elite level in either sport or cultural pursuits such as music and dance.
Please see the extra-curricular activities on offer here.
Loreto Normanhurst prides itself on being a school where all students can find a way to succeed and shine in one or many areas.