Girls Club (School Year 5 to 8)


Heathgrove's Club for girls include extracurricular activities for school-age girls from Year 5 to Year 8. These programs are run by volunteers (university students and young professional women) who also serve as role models and mentors. Activities are held fortnightly on a Saturday afternoon (3-6 pm). A four day summer camp is also offered to complement these activities.


Youth Activities

In order to aid the personal development of the girls, Heathgrove's activities also include informal mentoring by tutors. Tutoring helps the girls to work on personal goals in a relaxed and safe environment.

Club staff members are also available to meet with parents regarding their daughter's participation and progress.

Club activities include fortnightly activities during school term and two holiday camps during the year. Club activities each term include: outdoor/active games, crafts and/or cooking, volunteering and local outings.


CLUB56

M & D Camp

Club56 is a fortnightly extra-curricular activity which fosters the human and personal development of girls in years 5 & 6. The activities vary in nature, but always include an element of character formation, and at least once a term, community work. More than an ordinary youth group, Heathgrove offers a holistic approach to the use of time outside of school. We work with parents in the job of forming and raising their girls especially in three areas:

  1. Human virtues- helping girls to take studying seriously; to desire to do things well out of a sense of mission to serve and help others; to learn to use their freedom (use of time, maturity, etc)well; to be honest, sincere and upfront; to be cheerful and resilient and many more.
  2. In their relationship with others – by being a good friend, a daughter, a sister, etc.
  3. In relationship with God- progressively teaching them to pray and have a personal relationship with God. For Catholics- to learn to value and love confession and spiritual direction.

For more information on our character development approach, please feel free to download our mentoring card.

The club coordinator for club56 is Maria Jose Peralta. She can be contacted on club56@heathgrove.org.au with any comments, concerns and/or suggestions.

Club Registrations are paperless. If your daughter hasn't attended club56 before, please fill out this form.

Club 56 Dates

  • Term 1 - Feb 2, Feb 20, March 6, March 20
  • Term 2 - May 1, May 15, May 29, June 12
  • Term 3 - July 17, July 31, August 14, August 28
  • Term 4 - October 16, October 30, November 13, November 27

Save the Date: Upcoming activities

  • Annual Family Christmas Gathering: Saturday December 11. 

CLUB78

Club78 is a fortnightly extracurricular activity which fosters the human and personal development of girls in years 7 & 8. The activities vary in nature, but always include an element of character formation, and at least once a term, community work. More than an ordinary youth group, Heathgrove offers a holistic approach to the use of time outside of school. We work with parents in the job of forming and raising their girls especially in three areas: 

  • Human virtues- helping girls to take studying seriously; to desire to do things well out of a sense of mission to serve and help others; to learn to use their freedom (use of time, maturity, etc)well; to be honest, sincere and upfront; to be cheerful and resilient and many more. 
  • In their relationship with others – by being a good friend, a daughter, a sister, etc.
  • In relationship with God- progressively teaching them to pray and have a personal relationship with God. For Catholics- to learn to value and love confession and spiritual direction.
  • For more information on our character development approach, please feel free download our mentoring card (link it here).
  • The club coordinator for club78 is Kristen Pereira. She can be contacted on club78@heathgrove.org.au with any comments, concerns and/or suggestions.
  • Club Registrations are paperless. If your daughter hasn't attended club78 before, please fill out this form.

Club 78 Dates: 

  • Term 1 - Feb 8, Feb 27, March 13, March 27
  • Term 2 - May 8, May 22, June 5, June 19
  • Term 3 - July 24, August 7, August 21, September 4
  • Term 4 - October 9, October 23, November 6, November 20

Save the Date: Upcoming activities

  • July 5-7 - Albury Service Project (years 8 & 9)
  • September 25-26 - Leadership Weekend for year 8s
  • Annual Family Christmas Gathering: Saturday December 11. 

Fees

At Heathgrove, we try hard to make our activities and camps affordable. Everything is run on a not-for-profit basis. As well as this, Heathgrove itself is a charitable organisation (Heathgrove Study Centre Building Fund) and a registered Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR). However, there are still many expenses associated with running the Club activities, and these expenses are covered by the activity fees.

Payment Details

Per Session
$25/ea
Per term
$88/ea (Amounts to $22/session)
Per year
$320/ea (Amounts to $20/session)

Payment Method

Cash on the day OR via direct deposit to:

Account Name:
Heathgrove
BSB Number:
033 039
Account Number:
556568

More information will be posted on the website closer to the camp days. To receive a notification email, please register your interest by sending your email address to activities@heathgrove.org.au.