Our daughter attends EPIC full time, from 8:50-3pm, so we don't feel the need for a lot of extra-curiculars. The school does however regularly go on field trips to the local kids book store, apple picking, etc. Parents also are invited in to participate in family assembly days, to read to the class, and on other special occassions, which the kids seem to really enjoy. Given that the kids are quite young I'm not sure if competition is appropriate at this age, but the kids are rewarded for good behaviour at assembly and otherwise.
Given the level that the school covers, I am not sure that extracurricular is the way to describe it. The curriculum already involves a number of different aspects, including a gym program conducted by CFCC, frequent field trips, in the local area, a scope program in the afternoon and play based learning. I am not sure students at this level can take much more extra-curricular.