Co-Curricular

In additional to our extensive programs, there are a number of optional club opportunities which involve separate memberships. 

Rowing


Rowing Club, for students in Years 9-12 and run during Terms 1 and 4. In Year 8, a two-week complimentary program is run to trial the sport. 


Swimming


Loreto Aquatic offers swimming classes for children to adults. Click here to find out more. 


 Snowsports Club

Snowsports Club is available for intermediate level enthusiasts, who can participate in training weekends for the State Interschools events. This is an offsite activity that requires family supervision.

 

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Voice and Speech

Voice & Speech is offered to students in Years 6 to 12 and provides the opportunity to develop their oral communication skills in a positive, engaging and supportive environment. The overall aim is to produce confident, articulate young women with highly developed interpersonal and presentation skills.


Debating

Junior Debating begins in Term 3 in years 7 and 8 and Years 9-12 are eligible to participate for senior. All debaters are offered private sessions to receive personal tuition on speech delivery technique.


Public Speaking

The aim is for students to enter into Public Speaking Competitions around Melbourne where they can hone their public speaking skills in prepared and improvised speeches, learn to manage performance anxiety and learn through watching and observing other speakers.


Music

Loreto Toorak provides a high quality music education through its classroom and co-curricular music programs. All students are encouraged to learn an instrument (including singing), to experience the joys and skills of playing an instrument and/or singing and to enable them to become involved in our extensive performance program. Studying music encourages self- discipline and diligence, traits that carry over into all intellectual pursuits and lead to effective study and work habits.