Visual Arts includes the fields of art, craft and design. Students create visual art works that communicate, challenge and express their own and others’ ideas. Their work is displayed throughout the school and as part of the JAFFA Ball and St Joan of Arc Art Show.
The performing arts of music, drama and dance are taught within a specialist teacher program. Each class attends a weekly session.
Students from Prep to Year Six participate in weekly Japanese lessons. The students are immersed in the culture and customs of the Japanese people, with further emphasis on language acquisition as they move through to Year Six.
Physical Education and Sport have a high priority at St. Joan of Arc. The school emphasizes the importance of Physical Education in the total education of the child. Each week the students participate in a Physical Education lesson and a sport session. The Physical Education lesson deals primarily with the development of gross motor skills and hand-eye coordination. During the sport sessions, students participate in game-based activities.
At St Joan of Arc we believe the opportunities arising from an experience such as camp, further contributes to the overall development of each child. The camp programs offered aim to reinforce the concepts of relationship building, teamwork and resilience. The challenging and stimulating experiences provided, take the children beyond the classroom and foster independence and self-confidence.
- Year 3 Roar and Snore
- Year 4 Bike Education Camp
- Year 5 Outdoor adventure camp
- Year 6 Canberra
St Joan of Arc believes in providing students with a broad range of experiences and opportunities. The following clubs are run by staff, parents and students at various times throughout the year.
St. Joan of Arc is a member of the South-Central Catholic Sports Association and the Victorian Primary Schools Sports Association. The school participates in swimming and athletic carnivals, weekly interschool sport and cross country. Being affiliated with the Victorian Primary Schools Sports Association means that children can represent their state in national competitions.
Musical tuition is offered at St Joan of Arc through Metro Music School on a user pays basis by fully qualified instrumental music teachers. Lessons can be conducted individually or in small groups, depending on your preference.
Instrumental Tuition currently on offer;
For further information about our Instrumental Tuition Program, please contact Metro Music School on 9460 4818.