If you have any questions or queries for the school then please click the button below, where you will be taken to a short contact form to fill out. Furthermore, our future doctors, lawyers, civil servants, engineers, and business people will benefit too, as they become more dimensional individuals with an understanding and appreciation of the arts – which can lead to their support of the artistic community and the overall survival of the arts for future generations.
Arts programs often produce extremely creative students whose critical thinking skills and ability to adapt to new situations deepen as they mature. The University uses Hightown Community Sports and Arts Centre for many sports on the Get into Sport programme. With outstanding modern facilities unequaled in camping, strong elective program options and a highly qualified experienced staff, French Woods Sports and Arts Center is an excellent choice when considering summer camps. The camp is hosted by Greenhouse Church and is operated by qualified, background-checked church staff and volunteers who will teach, coach, and supervise all camp activities.
While Australians appear obsessed with sport, 90% of Australians receptively participated in at least one art form and 40% had creatively participated in the arts and only 7% had no artistic engagement in the last 12 months. HOW TO REGISTER: Extended-Day camp is an additional option available when you register your child online for MEGA Sports and Arts Camp. We also offer an extended day camp option available to any camper attending the MEGA Sports and Arts Camp. Extended care activities will be separate and distinct from the Sports and Arts Track experience campers receive in the morning. In 2012, funding was added for communities to incorporate arts activities into their programming. Students have an opportunity expand their awareness of a variety of art forms through the availability of our extensive arts curriculum.
Hightown Community Sports & Arts Centre shares its facilities with local schools, clubs and businesses providing a wide range of sport, leisure and arts activities to meet the needs of the community. The arts help keep kids off the streets, create expectations and set goals, offer opportunities of unique expression, build self-esteem, encourage friendships and camaraderie, create extended families and teach valuable life skills and lessons. The ASSAI is based on a set of program standards that guide schools to implement programs that are school-based, connected to the community, and accessible. Although perfection of technique is necessary in both, the arts operate in a different sphere by communicating profound intellectual and emotional truths. Aside from covering overhead costs to run camp, included with every child’s registration is a camp water bottle, snacks each day, and a great sports or arts experience. All this and more rolled up together into one incredible Summer Camp experience!
The data collected by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, and the General Social Survey in particular, provides the means to understanding and enhancing the economic, social and cultural impact of the not-for profit, arts and sport sectors on Australian society.