Peace Pole Project

A Peace Pole is an internationally recognized symbol of the hopes and dreams of the entire human family, standing vigil in silent prayer for peace on earth. The prayer, “May peace prevail on Earth,” was written in 1955 by the late Msahisa Goi, a Japanese […]

Year 8 Reflection Day

On Thursday 29 July, Year 8 students put down the traditional tools of learning to participate in their Reflection Day. With the theme of ‘Compassion for our Universe: our common home’ students enjoyed a range of experiences that looked at different aspects of the created […]

PB4L – Our Expectations are Clear!

As it’s been a while since we updated you on matters to do with Positive Behaviour 4 Learning (PB4L) at Clonard it is perhaps timely for a little refresher before we share our exciting news. PB4L is a whole-school approach to creating a positive, safe […]

Supporting Timor Leste

It was exiting to hear the news that, although we cannot run with Triumph as a full celebration day with all schools as planned, we are still able to run “Triumph lite” at Clonard this year. Apart from a day of celebrating together, the day […]

BASP Christmas Food Drive

The first delivery of goods donated by Clonard families arrived at the Brigidine Asylum Seeker Project headquarters on Friday morning. There is still time to donate – please refer to the poster for guidance and thank you all for your generosity so far!

ANZAC Remembrance Garden

Our Year 10 PreCAL class have been working hard designing and implementing an ANZAC Remembrance Garden along the Church Street boundary of the College. They have spent time deciding where best to lay their handmade mosaic stepping stones, with consideration to the College’s Master Planning […]

Remembrance Day

On the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month, a minute of silence is observed and dedicated to those soldiers who died fighting to protect our nation. Today our College remembered all fallen soldiers through a respectful and meaningful ceremony marking Remembrance […]

The Runaway Chicken

It was a normal Wednesday morning in the garden program. The sky outside was cloudy with the sun peeking though. Our 6 Isa Brown chickens had already been let out of the chicken coop early by Eden. We have one rebel chook called Charlene. She’s […]

Respect, Recognition, Reconciliation – RRR Day

RESPECT, RECOGNITION, RECONCILIATION – RRR DAY // Join our student leaders on Thursday 4 November to recognise and celebrate our First Nation people and to assist in raising funds for Opening the Doors Foundation.  Donuts will be sold on the day at recess and lunch […]