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Launceston Church Grammar School is an active participant in future-focused community initiatives and we would like to invite your child to be a part of them as well. We are offering three distinct educational taster programmes, each free to attend.

The Art Collective
With Miss Alicen Kaye

Participants will explore personal identity as they create a symbolic self-portrait. With a strong focus on line and shape, they will develop a collective vocabulary of pictograms and symbols with their peers. Drawing inspiration from the world around them and traditional and contemporary art practices, they will share ideas and make discoveries together as they create a unique artwork. Skills in painting, colour mixing and printmaking will also be explored. 

Who:  Grades 3 to 6 (maximum 12 participants)
Where: Art Studio, Senior Campus 
When: Wednesday 11 and 18 March 
Time: 3:30 - 4:00pm  Afternoon Tea (Upper Common Room) 4:00 - 5:30pm  The Art Collective
BOOK HERE

Maths Club
With Dr Cameron Rogers

Will it snow today? How likely is it that my footy team will win the premiership? Should I buy a lottery ticket? 

Mathematicians love studying chance, and the odds are high that this term’s Maths Club will focus on probability. Come along and have some fun, but be warned: not all games that look fair are fair! 

Who:  Grades 3 to 6 (maximum 15 participants) 
Where: Senior Campus 
When: Wednesday 1 and 8 April 
Time: 3:30 - 4:00pm  Afternoon Tea (Upper Common Room) 4:00 - 5:30pm  Maths Club
BOOK HERE

Art-Yoga-Play
with Ms Laura Watts

Participants will explore their creative side with kids yoga. This hands-on style of yoga combines movement, body awareness, partner and group work, dance and mindful meditation. 

Laura Watts has been Rainbow Yoga trained. We ask that participants wear comfortable clothes. 

Who: Grades 3 to 6 
Where: Junior Campus Resource Centre 10 Lyttleton Street, East Launceston 
When: Thursday 5, 12 ,19 and 26 March 
Time: 3:30 - 3:45pm  Afternoon Tea and Mindful Drawing 3:45 - 4:30pm  Yoga
BOOK HERE

Mountain Bike Club
With Mr Ben Clark  

Participants will develop techniques and skills for basic bike handling using approved games and coaching in a safe environment. Participants will be able to experience our purpose-built 2 km intermediate mountain bike track. 

The Club is coordinated by Mountain Bike Australia accredited skills instructors. Participants are asked to bring a mountain bike, bike helmet and preferably gloves as minimum safety equipment. 

Who: Grades 3 to 6 (maximum 8 participants) 
Where: Grade 7 Oval and Mountain Bike Track, Senior Campus 
When: Tuesday 18 and 25 February 
Time: 3:30 - 4:00pm  Afternoon Tea (Grade 7 Log Cabin) 4:00 - 5:00pm  Mountain Bike Club
FULLY BOOKED

To join our waiting list, please send us an email