At Queenscliff Primary School we continue to provide a very comprehensive educational program and experience for all children and their families. We promote the physical and emotional wellbeing of every child through positive, proactive attitudes within a caring environment and with high expectations of academic excellence. We want all our students to have access to and appreciate the positive effects of participating in extra-curricular activities.

To ensure all learning experiences are of an exceptionally high quality, we work to target specific student cohorts as well as the general student population for extra-curricular opportunities. We offer extra-curricular programs within the school and with assistance by external professionals and agencies.

At Queenscliff Primary School, we offer:

  • Individual and group instrumental music lessons
  • Individual vocal lessons
  • Choir
  • Termly Ride, Walk or Scoot to School Day
  • Performing Arts Opportunities – Geelong Eisteddfod, Geelong Movement and Music Festival
  • Lunchtime Clubs – Lego, Coding/Robotics, Mindfulness, Art and Book Club
  • Huff n’ Puff – Morning physical activities
  • A reading and singing outreach program involving visits to aged care facilities, fostering engagement with residents through various activities
  • Kindergarten excursions
  • Sporting opportunities to represent QPS in a variety of disciplines against neighbouring schools, including cross country, cricket, football, netball, basketball, and swimming
  • Swimming Lessons with qualified instructors
  • Fundraising Events for local and national charities, including Colour Run
  • Year 5 and 6 Beach Awareness program and Surfing Lessons
  • Year 5 and 6 Student Leadership Program
  • Termly Kitchen and Garden Program
  • Year 1 Student Representative Council
  • Queenscliff Community Market
  • Digital Citizenship Program
  • Community Walks and Library Visits
  • Japan Day – A day celebrate and immersing our students in Japanese culture
  • Book Week
  • Science Week
  • Borough of Queenscliffe Literary Festival
  • SOELS Marine Coastal Citizen Science Program