Reconciliation Week is coming!

Reconciliation Week is coming! The 2021 theme is “More than a word. Reconciliation Takes Action”. Reconciliation Week is 27th May – 3rd June. Throughout this week there will be a number activities that will be taking place at lunchtime. This year we will be fundraising […]

Easter Blessing

On this Easter morning, let us look again at the lives we have been so generously given and let us let fall away the useless baggage that we carry – old pains, old habits, old ways of seeing and feeling –- and let us have […]

Living Justice Seminar

Students from Year 10 and 11 have spent the past two days with students from other Kildare Ministries schools learning about and discussing social justice issues. This has been an amazing opportunity to develop skills that will serve them well as future leaders of Clonard.

Rerum Novarum Awards

Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools and the Rerum Novarum Foundation have announced the winners of the inaugural Rerum Novarum Awards. Students in Years 10 to 12 were asked to address a social justice issue in their community, applying the principles of Catholic social teaching to their project. […]

Principal’s Blog

Wonder – Seeing beyond I have never grown up when it comes to bubbles. For me, bubbles get you in. They make me laugh. They fascinate me. They make me feel alive. They are something of mystery – so fragile and yet so beautiful, such […]

Christmas Food Drive

The Brigidine Asylum Seeker Project (BASP) is one of a number of projects in Australia that seek to support asylum seekers. The Brigidine sisters who operate the Project aim to provide hospitality and practical support for asylum seekers. This Christmas they will be supporting a […]

Year 12 Graduation

Last week, we were thrilled to be able to gather our Year 12s together safely for the first time since March this year. It was an emotional time coming together in ceremony, to graduate, reflect and say farewell. Although they leave us now, no longer […]

Principal’s Blog

As I drove to school this morning I was drawn to thinking about thresholds, the space between what is and what is to come. The notion of ‘thresholds’ has significance for us with our Brigidne tradition, as legend says that St Brigid was born on […]