Student Clubs

Student clubs are offered throughout the year for Grades One to Six students. Clubs are typically held once per week during the lunch hour for approximately six to eight weeks. Some clubs have limited space so names may be drawn at random for participation. For this reason, we ask that if students join a club, they honour their commitment to attend for the duration of the club. If there is a high level of interest in a club, it may run for two sessions to accommodate as many students as possible. We hope to provide a wide a range of clubs so that all interested students have a chance to join at least one club during the year. 

Student Voice Club, which is composed of volunteer representatives from each classroom, meets with Mrs. Traquair and Mr. Whitton once per month. This group of students provides input from students suggested possible clubs, virtues of the month, spirit days, and other activities in the school. 

In September, teachers will create a draft list of which clubs will be held this year. 

Previous clubs include:

  • Choir
  • Sports/Intramural
  • Board Games
  • Music Club
  • Art Club
  • Drama Club
  • And many more!

Thank you to our dedicated staff for offering their time and expertise to lead our clubs!

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Welcome back Thorncliffe Students! We hope you enjoyed winter break and your first day of online learning. January 8, is a PD day, so there will be no classes. We are excited to see students in person on January 11.

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