Co-curricular Clubs and Leadership
In Morris we endeavor to develop a sense of belonging amongst our students by providing opportunities to be part of a lunchtime or after school club. The following clubs are an example of what we offer at Morris:
Triple M Group
Student representatives from each year level meet regularly to discuss ideas and proposals to enrich life at Morris.
This club promotes stewardship and contributes to whole school service events
A parent volunteer teaches classical guitar in a fun and inclusive environment.
International Mindedness Club
This club encourages and explores intercultural awareness through games, food, skyping children in other countries and organising cultural days.
A trained teacher tutors an enthusiastic group of students to develop skills and strategies for game play. These students have opportunities to compete at a local, state and national level.
Rubbish Action Group (RAG)
Inspired by National Schools Clean-up Day, this group meets to find ways to reduce, reuse and recycle waste at Morris.
Year 6 Leadership Program
The Year 6 Leadership program expects all Year 6 students to be leaders and role models for younger students. The students aim to develop skills in the following areas: commitment, punctuality, cooperation, decision-making, confidence, initiative, communication and respect.
Below is a list of leadership roles they can select from:
- Kinder Carers
- Grounds leaders
- Wells Chess leaders
- Japanese leaders
- Tech Angles
- Games leaders
- International Mindedness leaders
- Early Years leaders
- Art club leaders
- Green thumbs
- Canteen leaders
- Assembly leaders
- Guides for visitors