Extra-Curricular Academic Programs:
Student Voice is a collaboration of all three sub-schools that encourages and allows students to have a say about what goes on at our school and be active participants in the school community. The role of Student Voice at Ocean View College is to promote the interests of the school through the active participation of the students’ involvement in the decision making of the day to day functions of the school community working with peers, staff, management and governing council.
At Ocean View College the focus of Student Voice are:
- To promote and incorporate the School Values of Respect, Responsibility, Resilience in every aspect of college life, through leadership, role modeling and mentorship. To promote and incorporate the School Rules of I am safe, I am a learner and I am respectful and get along with others.
- To be active participants in the decision-making process of all aspects of the learning environment inclusive of the Australian Curriculum through classroom practices, integrated learning, extra-curricular activities, subject selections and subjects offered at Ocean View College.
The School Voice members represent the school and the student body. There are representatives from each mentor group from years 3-11. At year 12, two school captains are appointed who are also work as role models to the student voice group. Representatives are recognised across the school, and as such, have greater accountability for all their actions. Student Voice members are entrusted with various roles and responsibilities throughout the year, including but not limited to the following:
- Attend and lead Student Voice meetings
- Meet with the Principal to provide feedback from Student Voice meetings
- Representation on Governing Council
- Run or assist with assemblies, special days and school events
- Represent the school at various community events
- Uphold the school values and rules
- Take prospective parents and students on school tours
- Write reports for the school website and or newsletter
Students in years 7 – 12 are invited to attend Maths Clubs to work with teachers on their homework or participate in Maths challenges.
MONDAYS 3:15pm – 4:30pm
located in the STEM LAB
Extra-Curricular Sport Programs:
The extra-curricular sport programs support the diverse range of intra-school sport events the school also offers. These include R-12 Sports Day, School Fun Run, Middle Years Sports Shield, R-6 Morning Fitness, lunchtime sports and staff v student sports.
- Year 7-9 Afterschool Sports Academy
- Melbourne Sports Trip (Basketball and Netball)
- SAPSASA sports (Year 4-6)
- Western Zone Sport carnivals (Yr 7-12)
- Weekly Western Zone Sport (Wednesday afternoon) – Year 7-12
- State Knockout Sport (Year 7-12)
- Sports Coaching and Leadership
- Sporting Schools government initiative
- AFL umpiring
- Fitness clubs
- R-6 Afterschool sport (Auskick, MiniRoos Soccer, Basketball)
If you require further information in regards to any of the sporting or specialist programs at the school please email firstname.lastname@example.org