We learn many of our most profound and lasting lessons in co-curricular activities.
We have the opportunity to win with grace and lose with dignity, work productively with others and be part of a team, master a skill, enjoy a personal best or dig deep to find the ways to overcome a hurdle, tackle a challenging musical piece, celebrate a success and take critical advice.
These are significant learning opportunities, and each allows a chance to build resilience and shape character.
Seymour students have access to the following co-curricular activities:
CLUBS AND SOCIETIES
- Law – Mooting and Mock Trial
- Athletics and Cross Country
- Australian Rules football
- Pedal Prix
- Water polo
- Bands and Ensembles – Strings, Orchestra, Big Bands, Concert Band
- Celtic – Pipe Band, Highland Dance
- Theatre – College productions
Learn to dance in a caring and nurturing environment. Seymour Dance runs classes for girls and boys aged 3-18.
Dance classes include
- Baby, Junior, Elementary and Senior Ballet
- Junior and Senior Musical Theatre
- Hip Hop
The Seymour Gymnastics program includes fun circuits and activities which aid skill development. The program uses games, music and dance, hand apparatus and gymnastics equipment such as ribbons, balls and hoops to keep the gymnasts physically and mentally stimulated.
All coaches are highly trained and accredited, and create a fun and safe atmosphere for all participants. The program is structured around a levels system which is used to move students through skills at their own pace while still allowing students to be aware of the skills they achieve.
New ACRO program begins in Term 2.
Combining the strength and athleticism of a gymnast with the grace and coordination of ballerina, Highland Dancing is a fun activity for improving stamina and fitness. From our foundation classes through to our advanced class, there is a range of opportunities to join our Celtic team here at Seymour.
Ride a Horse
An Equestrian Australia-accredited program for Seymour students in Years 3 and above.
Learn all about the world of horses at Kirby Park Equestrian School, run by Olympian, Megan Jones.
Transport provided to and from Seymour College.
Students will develop their riding skills and learn about horse care.
Classes are held once a week at Kirby Park, River Road, Hahndorf, from 3.30–6.30pm during Term 1, 2019.
Bus transport to and from Kirby Park and pony, helmet and saddle are provided.
The activity has limited places and early bookings are recommended.
Download your information and application form here.
For more information, please call Cathy Robinson, Seymour College Equestrian Coordinator on 8303 9000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org