Year 8 Humanities – Volcano Work

In Humanities this Term for Year 8, we are learning about landforms and landscapes. In this topic, we were given the opportunity to work with our friends to create a volcano outside of school. While making this volcano we learnt how volcanos could erupt in […]

VCE Environmental Science Excursion

The VCE Environmental Science students were busy doing field work out at Mt Rothwell late into the night. They trapped, tracked and collected valuable data about the critically endangered Eastern Barred Bandicoots.

Geelong RE Network Leader’s Meeting

On 16 March, Clonard hosted the first Geelong Religious Education Leader’s network meeting for 2023 run by Mark Shafton from Melbourne Archdiocese of Catholic Schools. Leaders from Clonard, St Joseph’s, Iona, St Ignatius and Sacred Heart Colleges gathered in the Nagle room to explore the […]

Seasons for Growth : Young People’s Program

Invitation to attend Seasons for Growth Children and Young People’s Program beginning in Term 2. Seasons for Growth® Program : Learning to live with change and loss. Change and loss are issues that affect all of us at some stage in our lives. At Clonard […]

Year 9 History Sovereign Hill Excursion

On Friday 17 March, the Year 9 history classes went on an excursion to Sovereign Hill. We were taken on an educational tour around the town to learn about the history surrounding the Gold Rush, and how it had an impact on the Indigenous at the […]

2023 House Athletics Carnival Results

A thunderstorm with heavy rain greeted us first thing on the morning of our annual House Athletics Carnival. By 8.30am a team of staff were setting up at Landy Field in readiness for our students. Unfortunately, hurdles had to be cancelled and only students with […]

Living Justly Community Cook Up – We Need You!

Next Wednesday, 29 March volunteer students and staff, will come together for the annual Community Cook-Up. The aim of the ‘Cook-Up’ is for student volunteers, in the spirit of action to meet a community need, to cook community meals, such as lasagne or spaghetti bolognese, […]

2023 World Poetry Day at Clonard

World Poetry Day is an international event started by UNESCO in 1999 to give fresh recognition and impetus to national, regional, and international poetry movements’. Clonard College celebrated the day in 2023 with a poetry reading by staff and students in the library. An appreciative […]

Year 9 Author Visit – Mark Smith

Mark Smith, author of The Road to Winter, which is a book listed novel for Year 9, spoke to students on Tuesday March 21 in the Kildare Theatre. Mark is a passionate and engaging speaker, and the students were enthralled with his stories of falling […]