Special programs provide social and recreational opportunities for students.
Life Saving Victoria Program – a program to teach new arrivals about basic beach safety skills. It consists of an incursion where a lifesaver visits the school and a one-day session on water safety held at the beach.
SpiritWest – a program for new arrivals to be introduced to the basic skills of various sports played in Australia.
Swimming – each primary site attends a water safety skills program, two to four times a year.
Community engagement – Trips to the local library for year 3-6 classes.
Kitchen Garden – Weekly activity at Braybrook location.
After school hip hop
Harmony Week (in March) – includes cultural activities and performances
Health and Human Development (two per year) – a multi-week program aimed at familiarising students with health, puberty and sexual development.
Life Saving Victoria – water safety program.
Science Week (in August) – incursions, excursions, daily competitions, science demonstrations and hands-on experiments.
Young Women’s Programs & Boy’s Squad – optional weekly after-school programs including activities such as: cooking, dance, art & craft, jewellery making, goping to the cinema, ice-skating, sport
Cyber Safety Program
Spirit West programs
Intra-WELS sports competition – selected classes from the Braybrook and Wyndham campuses attend training sessions in an Australian sport
Healthy Living program – learning about food and nutrition, mental health, positive relationships, sport and exercise and accessing local community services.
At Braybrook, every Friday in periods five and six, students participate in a variety of activities with their home groups. These include: