HPV - Human Powered Vehicles
For a number of years now St Martins has been involved in Human Powered Vehicle competitions across the state. While this program is about pedal power and competing it brings so much more to the team of students, staff and parents involved. The program promotes a team approach to preparation and competing, with a great opportunity for mechanical and engineering minds to work together to build and maintain the carts and strive for the competitive edge. The team of students commit to training and performing at their best in competition.
Cultural Tours - Germany & China
St Martins offers language learning opportunities in both Chinese and German. Chinese is taught from Foundation to Year 12 and German is available for students from Year 7 onwards. As a result of the language opportunities cultural tours are offered annually, alternating between China and Germany. These cultural tours are well attended by students and their families as an extension of their language studies.
The St Martins Specialist Golf Program (SMLCGOLF) provides a comprehensive golf program of the highest quality. The program currently caters for Year 5 to Year 11 students capable of self discipline and respect for self, others and the environment.
Based at the picturesque Mount Gambier Golf Course, Attamurra, the program is dedicated to providing tuition and opportunities for promising golfers whilst complementing their overall academic education.
As a Christian school St Martins offers a variety of opportunities for students to participate in a rich worship program. Student musicians join together to assist with music during the regular Friday morning worship. Students also participate in regular class devotions and sub-school activities in the chapel. Parents and friends are always welcome.
Indonesia Service Learning
Indonesia Service Learning Trip – to give of yourself and expect nothing in return. St Martins Lutheran College has established a partnership with a small elementary school in Pematangsiantar. Students and teachers visit the partner school annually connecting with the children, staff and church of HKI, and are immersed in an everlasting heart-warming experience. The SMLC team spend a week in the school engaging in teaching and learning and cultural activities, singing and dancing, talking and games making strong connections with the children and staff.
Bike Ed Year 5
Bicycle SA is Australia's largest provider of specialist school and youth bicycle education services, annually teaching more than 4000 young South Australians to ride. SMLC hosts Bicycle SA annually as they take all Year 5 students through their paces, emphasising safe riding and the health benefits of cycling.
St Martins Lutheran College provides support to students in Foundation through to Year 12, who experience barriers to their learning. These barriers may be physical, intellectual, emotional, sensory, language, social and behavioral barriers or interrupted schooling. Support is provided in consultation with class teachers and may be given in small groups, in class, individually or as a home programme monitored by school staff. In the Secondary Years, support is also flexible but is generally given ‘in class’ where students are assisted to participate in the curriculum to the best of their ability, with modifications made to assessment tasks where necessary.
Vetamorphus enables students to complete the Certificate III in Christian Ministry and Theology (10432NAT) which can be used to apply for credit towards your Secondary School Senior Certificate. It is a structured course that promotes the Christian growth for Year 11 students. Veta develops in students’ the critical capacities required for work in ministry settings. This opens the doorway to a variety of employment opportunities. Veta is an experience of action and reflection, where the truths of the Bible are lived in everyday experience and then formed into your character through deep reflection and Godly relationships.
Junior Development Sports - NetSetGo, In 2 Cricket, Auskick
Junior Development Sports are a great way for junior primary students to engage in team sports. St Martins hosts many development programs throughout the year, including Auskick, NetSetGO, Junior Blasters program, etc. The students are given the opportunity develop their team working ability and hand eye coordination, all while being outdoors and making new friends.