Lunchtime Clubs

Weights

Tuesday Lunchtime
Weight Room, Mrs Zahra

Table Top Gaming

Thursday Lunchtime
C12, Mrs Lyras, Oscar Edwards

Singing & Choir

Tuesday Lunchtime
Music Room, Mrs Verga

Reservoir TV

Monday Lunchtime
D18, Mr McNeil

Reading Party

Thursday Lunchtime
C1, Mrs Farrugia

RAH!

Wednesday Lunchtime
F1, Mrs Zarah, Mr Price

Product Design

Monday Lunchtime
D15, Mrs Law

Maths Club

Monday Lunchtime & Wednesday After School
F1 & F2, Maths Staff

Lab Rats Science

Thursday Lunchtime
D9, Mr Rathjen

Homework Club

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Library 3.15pm

Drama

Wednesday Lunchtime
PAC, Ms Rossini

Debating Toastmasters

Monday – Thursday Lunchtime
C5, Mrs Warren

Dance

Monday Lunchtime
PAC Ms D’Ortenzio

Chinese Crafts

Wednesday Lunchtime
C9, Mrs Laio

Chess Club

Wednesday Lunchtime
C2, Mrs Baker, Nikita Vavilov

Art

Wednesday Lunchtime
B6, Mrs Wilson

Reservoir High Lunchtime Clubs

The Clubs program creates a wide range of clubs operating within the school, whose purpose is to:

  • Support student interest.
  • Provide a scheduled time/place to pursue this interest.
  • Create belonging within the group.
  • Build positive relationships with staff and peers.

Thanks to the boundless enthusiasm of our students and dedication of staff, RHS is able to offer a range of extra-curricular activities which have facilitated positive relationships between staff and (among) students. Our students’ engagement with peers, teachers and their school has been enhanced and enriched by a Lunchtime Activities program which allows them to support and pursue their interests. This also has a significant, positive effect on staff who run them (ie an opportunity to share a passion for an activity with students).

Taking the form of clubs these activities allow students to take on leadership roles, supported by the teacher overseeing the club. They also give students a voice/agency to have a significant say in what happens at school.

Finally, with the government-mandated ban on mobile phone use during the school day (including lunchtimes), it is more important than ever to provide students with meaningful, enjoyable and engaging alternatives, which in turn create a stimulating, more harmonious and settled school environment.

Mr. G. Lyras
Lunchtime Clubs Coordinator