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“The reason why I like Redeemer is because, the teachers are very helpful and kind, and the work really helps me learn more, which makes me get better grades. I've been at Redeemer since 2007 and will not be leaving, and will stay until the end of Year 12.”
- Luke (Year 8)


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Students who voluntarily choose to be involved in the co-curricular program must also undertake certain responsibilities and meet the full commitments involved in their participation. This applies to membership in music ensembles, sports teams and the many other group activities offered.

As an encouragement to students, an award for Consistent and Loyal Participation can be achieved if students attend at least 80% of all practices and 90% of the matches or performances over a two year period. Because of the intensity of the music program, this is calculated over a one year period.

Cultural Activities

Amnesty International, Art Club (Junior School), Chapel Audio Visual Group, Chess, Christian Dance (Junior School), Code Breakers - Lateral Thinking Club, Community Service, Debating, Drama Club, Equestrian, Levites, Library Assistant's Program, Worship Band/Singers.

Duke of Edinburgh Award

Students are able to undertake the Duke of Edinburgh Award programs and may choose to complete any or all of the three levels, Bronze, Silver or Gold.

Student Leadership Committees

Academic Committee, Christian Life Committee, Community Service Committee, Cultural Committee, Environmental Committee, School Spirit Committee, Sporting Committee, Student Council, Middle Years Leadership Group.

Co-curricular Information Booklet