Principal’s Blog

I don’t remember the presenter’s name, but I will always remember the moment. On this piece of paper write your name. In another part of the paper draw or write a representation of your family. And finally, take the time to create an illustration of […]

Drug Education and Vaping

Vaping and the Law Vaping is the inhaling of a vapor created by an electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) or other vaping device. E-cigarettes are battery-powered smoking devices. They have cartridges filled with a liquid that usually contains nicotine, flavorings, and chemicals. The liquid is heated into […]

Supporting your daughter over the next 7 days

From the Clonard Wellbeing Team – How to support your daughter over the next 7 days Periods of lockdown can result in feelings of isolation and increased feelings of stress and uncertainty. As such it’s very important to help your child maintain healthy habits while […]

Project Rock-It

RALLY: New ways to tackle bullying – The aim of this interactive presentation was to Empower students to create a culture that challenges bullying behaviour, both online and in person. Students learned socially credible strategies to take action and unite together, instead of standing by […]

Concert Band Collaboration

What a fabulous opportunity for our concert band students! On Thursday 27 May, Clonard College concert band joined music students from other schools around Geelong for a workshop rehearsal and performance.Thanks to St Ignatius College for hosting the event.

Faces of Clonard

Faces of Clonard – Mr Chris Kershaw Mr Kershaw, warmly known as Kersh, is Clonard’s Facilities and Maintenance Manager. In this role, Kersh manages all things related to the College’s infrastructure both existing and proposed. In leading the Maintenence Team, Kersh facilitates the maintenance requirements […]

Cross Country

The weather was perfect to ensure a successful House Cross Country Carnival held on Monday 17 May. Students in Years 7 to 10 all took part in the 3km event either running or walking.  The House spirit was felt across the event as students ran, […]

Year 8 Family Recipes

As a part of the process of creating an autobiography on the theme of ‘My Place’, students were invited to cook a meal at home and bring it into class along with a recipe and story of the meal. Students were lucky enough to sample […]