The Extra curricular Program is an integral part of Woodcroft College.
The school offers a variety of music tuition, sports and activities throughout the year (depending on the number of participants, facilities and availability of qualified tutors and coaches).
Sport, although not compulsory, is an integral part of the total educational program and can enhance curriculum learning outcomes for students.
Students are assigned to one of four Houses – Hardy, McLaren, Morphett or Reynell. The Houses compete against one another at Sports Day in the Junior School, and at the Athletics and Swimming Carnivals in the Middle and Senior Schools. The Houses also engage in community service activities and fundraising for charities.
Activities include: T-ball, football, netball, soccer, basketball, skipping club and cricket.
Years 4 and 5
Activities include: football, netball, soccer, basketball, indoor cricket and T-ball, Junior School band, creative movement club and choir.
Students are encouraged to take part in the Oliphant Science Awards, Art Displays and Poetry Competitions.
Middle and Senior School
The College takes part in the state schoolgirls and Independent Girls Schools Sporting Association (IGSSA) Competitions.
The College takes part in the Sport Association for Adelaide Schools (SAAS).
Online Sport Nominations
All nomination forms will be emailed to parents when nominations are open. By submitting a nomination, the student is committing to playing for the season as per the information outlined in the Extra Curricular Sport Handbook.
For further information, please download a PDF of the Extra Curricular Handbook for 2021, please click here.
Clubs and Activities
The broad range of clubs and activities includes: activity club, chess, cycling, debating, music, pedal prix, SAPSASA sport and surfing.
Performing Arts includes: the College Musical, The Arts Showcase, and ensembles and bands.
The Anglican Cup
The Anglican Cup is an interschool, one-day competition in hockey, basketball, football, soccer and netball.
The South Australian Primary Schools Amateur Sports Association (SAPSASA) competition aims to encourage participation and team skills development in Year 6 and 7 students.
SAPSASA activities include: athletics, Australian rules football, badminton, basketball, cricket, cross country, golf, hockey, netball, soccer, swimming, tennis.
The Secondary School Sports South Australia (SSSSA) competition involves students from Year 8 to 12.
SSSSA activities include: athletics, Australian rules football, cross country, netball and swimming.