Eat Light Cake Competition

As part of the Science Week 2022 activities this week was the Eat Light competition, where students were required to create a food with the theme “eat light” and what they came up illuminates the talent and creativity of our students. Congratulations to the following […]

GISSA Results

It’s been a busy couple of weeks with GISSA sports, including basketball, Gaelic football and soccer. The results are as follows: Intermediate Soccer Placed – 4th MVP – Alex Smilovic Clonard Vs Christian College – Score 2 to 2Stef Krasic KrstevskiClonard Vs Kardinia – Score […]

Year 10 PreCAL Tree Planting

On Tuesday 4 August, the Year 10 PreCAL class spent time on the land with the Koala Clancy Foundation, planting over 650 trees, shrubs and grasses, creating koala habitats for future generations. The Koala Clancy Foundation plants trees for koalas on farms and private land, […]

Principal’s Blog

Last Sunday I was a Godparent at a Baptism celebration. The Church was teaming and alive with families across generations and the sound of children, lots of little children. Seven children were welcomed into the Catholic Church. It was a paradoxical scene to what I […]

Tri-UMPH Lite @ Clonard

Next Tuesday, 23 August is the official launch of Tri-UMPH Lite @ Clonard. The Tri-UMPH Leaders have been working hard behind the scenes to ensure students still get to experience ‘Tri-UMPH’, albeit in a modified format. Being held on Friday 9 September at Clonard College, […]

Year 11 Biology Werribee Zoo Excursion

On August 16,  the three Year 11 Biology classes were lucky enough to go on an excursion to the Werribee Zoo for our unit on genetic diversity. During this excursions we engaged in two workshops lead by knowledgeable zookeepers. One workshop helped deepen our understanding […]

Reconciliation Week Artwork 2022

It is exciting to announce that the artwork, created during Reconciliation Week this year, using the painted hands of so many students and staff, has now been hung in the upstairs section of the Brigidine Centre. The artwork represents the joining and overlaying of hands […]

Positive Behaviour 4 Learning Update

We continue to focus on our first school wide area of focus Respect – Be On Time and Ready to Learn and it’s great to hear students talking about and making an increased effort to be on time and ready to learn. It has also […]

School Uniform Expectations

As the term has continued we have noticed a decline in the way some students are wearing the school uniform. Please take some time look over the images below which outline how your young person should be dressed in their Winter Uniform. Attached is a […]