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!
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 […]
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 […]
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 // 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 […]
Our community is one that values inclusion and welcome. The Kildare Ministries Living Justice Living Peace Charter challenges us to break down the barriers that separate people and embrace the marginalised. We are asked ‘who needs to be clearly seen and listened to?’ Often diversity and difference creates barriers or fear that […]
On June 22, Clonard College hosted the much-loved Justice Meal Day, or Roll Day as it is more affectionately known. On the day students and staff at Clonard stood in solidarity with the world’s poorest people to raise awareness of the injustice of wealth distribution both […]
RECONCILIATION WEEK ASSEMBLY // Today our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and FIRE Carriers led our Reconciliation Assembly. Embracing the theme of ‘More than a word. Reconciliation takes action’, our students led proudly through prayer, dance, personal story, finishing with an invitation to join […]
Year 8 and 9 students attended Marian College today for the Educating for Justice Student Seminar. The conference aims to inform students of Indigenous issues in preparation for Reconciliation Week. Our student leaders are photographed with Sherry Balcombe from the Aboriginal Catholic Ministry.