Cocurricular in Senior School - Years 11-12
Radford offers a diverse cocurricular program, with the emphasis on participation, skill development, teamwork and enjoyment. Cocurricular activities are conducted outside school hours and participation by students is on a voluntary basis. Students have the opportunity to achieve many positive experiences through the cocurricular endeavour, as well as to improve relations between them and their staff and the wider community. Their experiences inevitably foster attitudes and values that students can keep 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). For further details, contact Mr P Haynes.
There are five sections, with their own Director - Choral, Brass & Wind, Strings, Ensembles and Chapel Music. Over 500 students belong to the various groupings. Fur further details, contact Music Administrator Ms S Young.
Dance Festival, Dance Night, Debating (Douse and Murray Competitions), Mooting, Musical Production, Senior Drama Production, Technical Crew, Year 12 Revue, Young Achievers Australia, various public speaking competitions for individuals. For further details, contact Mr N Akhurst.
There is a strong community service program across all parts of the College. The two main programs are Radford Awareness and Service (contact Chaplain Rev R Browning) and TeamSUPPORT (contact Mr G Huitker, Director of Service Learning). For further details