Middle Years & High School Cocurricular - Years 7-10
Radford offers a diverse cocurricular program, with the emphasis on participation, skill development, teamwork and enjoyment. Cocurricular activities are conducted outside school hours and student participation is on a voluntary basis. Students have the opportunity to achieve many positive experiences through cocurricular endeavour, as well as the improvement of relations between themselves, staff and the wider community. Their experiences inevitably foster attitudes and values that students take with them into adult life.
For general cocurricular information, awards, contact links, and information on carnivals visit the Cocurricular page.
Basketball, chess, cricket, equestrian*, football, hockey, netball, rowing, rugby, snowsports*, softball, tennis, swimming, athletics, cross country (*parent-run activities)
The bands, orchestras, choirs and ensembles at Radford College rehearse weekly under the baton of specialist conductors. Throughout the year, groups participate in eisteddfods, competitions, music festivals and school concerts. Groups also regularly provide musical support for community events, school functions and ceremonies.
The following groups are available to Middle and High School Students: Sousa Concert Band, Gershwin Concert Band, Holst Concert Band, Bernstein Symphonic Wind Orchestra, Beginner Instrumental Program, Little Big Band, Big Band, Jazz Ensemble, Precision Percussion Ensemble, Cross Rhythm Percussion Ensemble, Acoustic Guitar Ensemble, Rock/Pop Bands, Chamber Music Ensembles, Mozart String Orchestra, Vivaldi String Orchestra, Elgar String Orchestra, Corelli Chamber String Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra, Choristers, Radford Chorale, Camerata Choir, Audio Production, Composition, Keyboard Performers.
Dance Festival, Dance Night, Debating (Ford Trophy, Murray Trophy), Junior Drama, Musical Production, Technical Crew, Tournament of Minds, various public speaking competitions for individualsThere is a strong community service program across all parts of the College. For further details contact Rev Richard Browning