The Glee Club "Euphonix" is for singers of all abilities to come together and have some fun. They have previously performed at community events such as 'Local and the Legends' and the 'Emerald Community Christmas Carols'.
|Tuesday 1st Break |
Teachers in Charge:
|Mrs Ross & Mr Coromandel|
Maths Club is for anyone who wants to explore maths. The primary aim is to introduce students to maths they may not see in the classroom. As part of this, students can take part in a variety of individual and team competitions include:
- QAMT Year 7/8 Maths Quiz (team - year 7 & 8 only)
- QAMT Maths Teams Challenge ( team - all years)
- Australian Mathematics Competition (individual - all years)
- UQ/QAMT Problem Solving Competition (individual - all years)
In addition, there are projects that students can take part in. For example, last year we measured the circumference of the earth.
|Monday 1st Break |
The Technology Club serves as the perfect space for students who are interested in the design and development of technology (robotics and software). Students can collaborate, innovate, design and create using information, resources, tools, and collections provided by the school. Its members range from aspiring developers to complete novices, spend the year learning about concepts, working on projects and/or participating in team-based competitions such as Premier's Coding Challenge #cybersecureqld.
During this time, students will be able to access various resources to develop their technology skills including 3D printing, CAN/CAM, coding, game programming and app development.
Areas of pursuit:
- Electronics using Arduino and Raspberry Pi
- Recycling for a purpose
- 3D Design and Printing
- Robotics using Lego Robotics and Arduino
- Laser Cutting
- Media Production
- Plus items from their imagination
|Tuesday & Thursday 1st Break |
Human Powered Vehicle (HPV)
HPV is an exciting competition that challenges students to race recumbent style bikes around a Grand Prix street circuit. Teams of 8 work together as they compete against teams from across QLD in endurance races.
The USQ QLD HPV Super Series consists of 8 events across QLD. The series is for single seat, school entered racing HPV's only, which comply with the Queensland Human Powered Vehicle Specifications.
There are 4 short sprint courses and 4 endurance courses in the series. Any combination of these courses to make up two short and one enduro is acceptable. Teams are encouraged to do as many events as you wish, as only your best 3 tops scores will contribute to your team's points tally. However, a bonus point is added to your teams tally for every course your team attends.
|Tuesday & Thursday |
The Gym Club is for students of all ability levels to engage in physical activity in a supportive environment.
Once signing a gym waiver students are free to use all equipment and machines under the supervision of qualified CERT III Fitness teachers.
Students can create their own session or ask a teacher to help them design one.
|Thursday 1st Break|
The Book Club is for all students who would like to gain access to a wide range of different novels, other than what is studied in English. Students will read and engage with different famous novels. They will examine these novels to gain a better understanding.
|Thursday 1st Break|
|Resource Centre AV02|
Students have the opportunity to explore their creativity under the supervision of an art teacher.
Although some students may use the time in the art room to perfect their assessment tasks, student do not have to take art as an elective subject to be a part of this club.
|Monday 1st Break|
Students who are interested in developing their creative problem solving skills might be interested in Chess. A board game which sees competing players attempt to capture and corner their opponent. Chess is a centuries-old strategy game, played by millions across the globe.
The ESHS Chess Club meets over three lunch times, each week, where you will be given the opportunity to develop strategy skills, discuss Chess related news and events and challenge your friends to a match.
In Term 3 or 4, students in the Chess Club are eligible for a day off from school to compete in an interschool competition, which ESHS has won on three previous occasions.
Everyone is welcome, regardless of player experience or knowledge of the game.
|Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 2nd Break|
Calling all movie-lovers!! A chance for you to take your mind off your school work and sit back and watch a movie. All movies featured will be G rated. Should PG movie be shown, parental permission will be required.
All students welcome!
|Friday 1st Break|