Indigenous Literacy Day

Indigenous Literacy Foundation – Our vision is equity of opportunity. We are a national book industry charity dedicated to lifting literacy levels in remote Indigenous communities, so all children across Australia have the same choices and opportunities. This year, Indigenous Literacy Day held a live […]

Old Collegian Career Profiles

Jade Williams, Graduate Year: 2012 After Clonard, I moved to Melbourne to study Nutrition and Food Science but eventually moved across to another university to complete a Health Science degree, majoring in Naturopathy. A Naturopath is a holistic healthcare provider that considers many aspects of […]

FREE recycled desktop computers for families

The Lions Club of Corio/Norlane have a special offer for families in our community.  * Desktop Computer systems (Win 10, Office 2016, antivirus, zoom, skype and acrobat reader) Please contact Richard Walter: 0402 409895 or coriolions@gmail.com Alternatively, if you have any copmuter equipment you would like to recycle please also […]

Pets in Lockdown

What has lockdown been like for you? What has it been like for your pets? We would love to have a glimpse of what life has been like for you and your pets during this time. Clonard Library is creating a community book about our […]

Parenting Teens Who Worry

Event Summary Is worry about their future, Covid-19 and the uncertainty of our times affecting your young person’s life today? Schooling, home life, relationships with family and friends and a sense of self and emotional wellbeing can all be challenged by the current crisis. In […]

Free Suicide Prevention Training for parents

The Parent Education for Responding to and Supporting Youth with Suicidal Thoughts (PERSYST) study aims to improve parents’ capacity to support young people at risk of suicide. Victorian parents and carers of young people aged 12-25 living in Victoria are invited to take part in […]