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Clubs

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Kana Club

Students of Japanese and friends join for lunch in D11 each week to work on their hiragana belts and katakana levels. This is an informal opportunity for students to engage in the language with students from across various year levels and develop sempai-kohai (senior-junior) relationships.

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Education Perfect 

Education Perfect is an online website platform which offers students support for their learning across the curriculum in lessons and as an extra-curricular opportunity. Students are able to practise, revise and receive instant feedback on responses.  It even enables students to re-access activities over time at spaced intervals to re-evaluate how their learning is going. 

Languages students studying German, Japanese, Chinese and Immersion Chinese, as well as many MacGregor State High School students who have other background languages such as Arabic, Greek and Hindi have excelled in the Education Perfect Global Competition for more than 8 years. Over 300 MacGregor students compete in this extra-curricular competition involving more than 70 countries and 2155 schools. Additionally, our school excels in the Education Perfect Queensland Regional Language Competition which involves around 500 schools. Students are awarded with certificates and trophies annually in recognition of their outstanding efforts.


SMARTstart

SMARTstart provides an opportunity for students to gather in the Learning Hub after school each Monday to Thursday. The program offers assessment guidance, research techniques, organisational strategies and study skills advice from qualified staff members.   


Club 17

A student-led club open to Years 7-12 which promotes the Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations in 2015.  The period between 2020 and 2030 has been classified as the decade of action. We have to work together as global citizens achieve these goals by the year 2030, also known as Vision 2030. 


Art Mindfulness Club

Art Mindfulness Club a twice weekly club that offers a space for students who wish to unwind, reflect and make art. This club is open to Art and non-Art students and there is no formal commitment required – students are welcome to use this space as little or as often as they like. Hosted by our Teacher Aide, students are provided with music and materials, alongside monthly themes for artmaking.

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Last reviewed 04 December 2020
Last updated 04 December 2020