Welcome to CBC Strategic Games Club

The Comet Bay College Strategic Games Club is a student centred 

program that encourages students to develop leadership, 

imagination, resilience and critical thinking strategies. On 

Wednesdays students play board, table top and card games which 

cover the realms of Fantasy, Science Fiction and History. 



Club Details

The Strategic Games Club meets in room 815 (upstairs in Science block). 

Wednesday  - 3:00pm to 5:00pm 
  
All students are welcome to attend, however you do need to have parental permission as it is an after school activity. Behavioral issues and disruptive influences will not be tolerated and students who misbehave will be banned and/or removed as required by the supervising teacher.
 
For all inquiries please contact

Co-ordinating Teacher : Mr Joseph Elson
joseph.elson@education.wa.edu.au

Stuff of Interest

  • Finale of the Saga of the Misshapen Men - Part 7 From a tortured soul amidst whose criesAnd incoherent babbling could be heardA sacred place with gold and jewelsProtected only by the Lord's wordWith local opposition ...
    Posted Jul 6, 2014, 5:59 PM by Joseph Elson
  • Saga of the Misshapen Men - Part 6 Leaving the slaves with the boat And a small but deadly guardThe Misshapen Men marched on the villageOf Worthington-on-TardRushing the bridge on the river Tard ...
    Posted Jul 6, 2014, 5:06 PM by Joseph Elson
  • Saga of the Misshapen Men - Part 5 A well deserved rest for Misshapen Men As their companions they waited forSo a pincer attack could be carried out On Barkingstoat Keep by the shoreKnowing this would ...
    Posted Jun 18, 2014, 6:18 PM by Joseph Elson
  • Saga of the Misshapen Men - Part 4 The Men ashore with wrathful hearts did marchFurther into the land of greenAnd put blade, axe and fiery deathTo all the towns which were seenA Wednesday ...
    Posted Jun 18, 2014, 6:50 PM by Joseph Elson
  • Saga of the Misshapen Men Part 3 The Misshapen Men which guard the boatsA curious sight did seeA band of locals armed and armoured They numbered twenty and threeCircling to surround the foe The ...
    Posted Jun 18, 2014, 6:33 PM by Joseph Elson
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