Principal’s Blog

When I made the decision to return to a school setting following a period working for the Catholic Education Office in Sandhurst, I can remember writing in a Principalship application that I longed to return the rhythm and human pulse of daily life in a […]

Subject Selection 2021

I am pleased to introduce you to the subject selection processes and procedures for this year in preparation for 2021.  In this time of COVID-19 we have made adjustments to enable us to access the information you will need to guide and assist your daughter […]

Homesick – a reflection from Year 9

Every day is the same when in quarantine and lockdown. Self-isolation. Get up, have a shower, get dressed, breakfast, school, break, school, lunch, more school, piano practice, dinner and finally, bed. Every one interprets the whole idea of being ‘home sick’ as being on holiday […]

6 weeks of remote learning in 60 secs

As we start to return to face to face teaching it is timely to stop and take stock of what we have all accomplished over the last 6 weeks. Remote learning has prompted many innovative and flexible teaching and learning opportunities, some of which will […]

National Careers Week

If you would like to join our community of Old Collegians sharing their Career profiles, please click the link to register your interest. Amber Smith, Graduate Year: 2009 After Clonard I went into a Bachelor of Design Arts at the Australian Academy of Design, majoring […]

Year 7 Wellbeing First-Aid Kits

Main image: Alana Mitchell Year 7Y Create your own Wellbeing First Aid Kit  We all know that we should have a first aid kit for emergencies – at home, at school, in the car, on the boat or plane etc. We are all used to the […]

Clonard’s Careers Centre

Gabrielle Mahon is available in the Careers Centre Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Individual and group bookings can be made via the Careers web site Here is a snap shot of the types of services you can access in the Careers Centre.

St Brigid’s Garden

St Brigid’s Garden has continued to grow while everyone is away from school in ISO.  Hundreds of kiwi fruits have been waiting on the vine, ready to harvest. We usually harvest in April or May and share them within the Clonard . They are used […]

ISO missed you

While you’ve been isolating, we’ve been preparing for your return. You must be sick of binging on Netflix by now so we’re creating Book Binge Bundles for you to enjoy. Not to be outdone by Woolies, we will be offering Click and Collect. Further details […]