Purple Door Project

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 […]

Faces of Clonard – Mr Dan Madden

FACES OF CLONARD // Mr Dan Madden. Mr Madden has been a member of the Clonard teaching staff since 2015.Currently, Mr Madden is our Year 12 Community and Wellbeing Leader (WELCOM) but has been influential in coordinating Year 11 and has taught Mathematics in Years […]

Headspace Parent Webinar

Headspace National are hosting a webinar for parents and carers of young people to support their mental health. Information presented will: • Strengthen your understanding of mental health and wellbeing. • Build skills and strategies to support the mental health, and well-being of your young […]

Bullying. No way @ Clonard!

At Clonard we are intent in providing a safe and inclusive place for learning. As such bullying has no place in our community and we take all reports of bullying seriously. When a young person is experiencing bullying it is important that they feel heard, […]

Olympic Change-Maker Award Recipients

Sarah Hardwick of Yr 12 and Ella Mustovic of Yr 11 been selected as a 2021 Australian Olympic Change-Maker Award Recipient. The Australian Olympic Change-Maker program recognises students who demonstrate the Olympic spirit through leadership and driving positive change in their communities. Sarah is an […]

AFDO, NDIS Information, and Free Online Session

Getting the Most Out of Your NDIS Plan – Information Session The Disability Loop program at the Australian Federation of Disability Organisations (AFDO) has received funding from the Victorian Government to run free information sessions for Victorians about the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). The […]

Planning for a safe and supportive school community

Planning for a safe and supportive school community requires a whole-school community approach. To achieve this, our whole-school community must share an understanding of the definition of bullying. Bullying. No Way! provides the national definition of bullying for Australian schools: Bullying is an ongoing and deliberate misuse of […]

Justice Meal Day

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 […]