This is a catalog of clubs offered. Please note all clubs listed here are not offered every term. Please see the ASP schedule to identify which clubs are currently being offered this session.
‘Wild Things’ Art Club
Join the Form 3 and 4 Wild Things Art Club this winter. We will experiment with a variety of techniques to create art that is inspired by nature, art for the garden, and art to raise awareness about environmental sustainability. Participants will have the opportunity to display their creations during the Earth Week Eco-Exhibit held in April. Space is limited to 10 participants. Please ensure that your son is able to attend at least 6 of the 7 sessions before signing up. FEE: FREE
Boys will learn basic drama and acting techniques. They will explore topics such as improv, clown, and tableau. Throughout the session, students will work towards creating a short play that they will write with the help of Club leaders.
Express yourself through art! In this club, we will be learning about fine art the best way there is; by creating it. We will explore a variety of different media such as pencil, charcoal, pastel, and marker, as well as concepts such as creating an effective composition using line, colour and space. We will look at lots of different subject matter including people, still life, plants, and animals, and will work outside once the weather warms up. Get ready to have fun and be creative!
Art Attack Club
This club is designed to stretch the imagination and spark the creativity of any child. Participants are invited to learn a different artistic skill each week and will work towards project which can be brought home and shared with the family. Papier-mâché, candle making, paper origami, bracelet making, drawing and painting, creature creation, clay model making and more!
Through imagination, creativity and hands-on fun,boys will explore the world of creation through a childhood favourite playdoh! Developing students decision making, teamwork, confidence and artistic skills playdoh creations will bring the imagination to life! Students will be able to make their own playdoh in the primary stage of this club and then work towards using what they have made to build upon different themes each week.
Arts and Crafts
Kids will explore their creativity and work on their motor skills making a variety of arts and crafts for example, decorating T-shirts, water painting, making animals built with plasticine, making model airplanes and holiday crafts.
In Photography club, students will capture and share their life at UCC. From the most minute details, to vast outdoor expanses, participants will be instructed in photographic techniques, camera usage and characteristics, and Photoshop. Students will leave the club with tangible proof of their involvement, with photos that can be framed and cherished as life-long keepsakes from their time at UCC.
Drawing/Comic Book Club
Boys are free to create using their imagination. They can use pre-drawn comic book templates, or create their own. Being taught to draw freestyle or by using computer generated characters, the sky is the limit. They create the story lines, and our staff will show them how to bring it to life using various techniques. Using their imaginations and creating it them selves is what it is all about.
Action, drama, comedy, horror. What do the best films have in common? They influence our emotions, and remain with us for years on end. We all love movies, but have you ever made one yourself? Well now you can! During the 8 weeks of this program, students will learn basic elements of film craft, including concepts, characters, and conflict, script format, and camera placement and movement, all while creating short film pieces that will be presented and project at the end of the session. Students will write, direct, shoot, and star in all own their films, staring a new generation of amateurs and independent filmmakers.
Form 3 Musical Play
The Grade 3 musical play rehearsals take place on Mondays from 3:15-4:15. Boys will act, sing and create props for the Rudyard Kipling’s story, The Elephant Child. The musical will be performed at the Primary Concert on June 1, and Grandparent’s Day on June 2.