Each year our school has an Enrichment Week when students in Reception and Year 1 take part in a full day excursion.
Years 2 and 3 attend a sleep over at the school and take part in a full day excursion the following day in the local area.
Students in Years 4-6 attend a (3 day 2 nights) camp during this week. This camp is designed to help build on the community and family atmosphere of the school by giving children from across the school more opportunities to interact with each other. This takes place within a well structured activity program which combines adventure, team building, and educational experiences which complement the classroom curriculum.
Year 7’s attend the combined Loxton Primary Schools’ Canberra Trip at the end of Term 4, providing the opportunity for students to meet prior to their first year at Loxton High School.
Students are chosen from Reception to Year 7 to represent the school community of St Albert’s. The children meet fortnightly with our Pastoral Support teacher and bring forward suggestions from their class meetings that are relevant to the SRC. They are encouraged in their role as responsible leaders to set an example for the other students in our school community.
SA Catholic Primary Schools Amateur Sports Association (SACPSASA).
Children in Years 4-7 are eligible to try out for representation at the SACPSASA Swimming Carnival in Term 1 each year. In Term 4, these children are also eligible to trial for the Athletics team that competes at Santos Stadium in Adelaide.