Free Webinar: Gaming & Young People

Bethany Community Support are hosting a free online event for parents, discussing the issue of online gaming and gambling. This session by will cover: Understanding gaming The connection between gaming and gambling, in game purchasing Setting boundaries with your child top tips for parents Access […]

Community Conversation – Thursday 19 May

Members of our community are invited to join us with Sandra Milligan to explore questions we are exploring around the purpose of schooling and learning ambitions, learning design and the rethinking of assessment. Sandra Milligan is Director and Enterprise Professor at the Assessment Research Centre […]

Keeping Safe Online

On Tuesday 3 May in the Kildare Theatre, Leading Senior Constable, Robbie Noggler came to talk to the Year 7 Clonard students about cyber safety and what is safe and what is not. Robbie helped all the Year 7’s gain a better understanding about how […]

Volunteers Needed

If you can spare a few hours once a term or once a month and would like to come and help at the canteen, we would love to hear from you. A Working with Children’s Check is required and you will need to be fully vaccinated. […]

Vaping and the Law

Vaping is the inhaling of a vapor created by an electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) or other vaping device. E-cigarettes are battery-powered smoking devices. They have cartridges filled with a liquid that usually contains nicotine, flavorings, and chemicals. The liquid is heated into a vapor, which the […]

ATSI Aspirations Days

Our indigenous students attended GMHBA for the annual Aspirations Days (Years 7-9 attending Monday 4 and Years 10-12 attending Tuesday 5 April), organised to encourage them to think about and connect with their passion, identify their strengths, think creatively and be inspired about their future. […]

Project Compassion Easter Raffle Has Been Drawn

Our slavery-free focussed chocolate Easter egg raffle to support Project Compassion for Caritas has been drawn!! Out of over 300 tickets the following tickets were drawn by Principal Luci Quinn at the front of Clonard House on Wednesday at lunchtime 1st Prize: Emily Luketic of […]

World Poetry Day 2022

Clonard College celebrated World Poetry Day 2022 on Monday 21 March. UNESCO began to celebrate World Poetry Day in 1999, as a day to honour poetry, ‘linguistic diversity’ and to promote the writing, reading and teaching of poetry. As well as library displays of poetry […]

2022 Tri-UMPH Festival – Save the Date

Clonard College, Sacred Heart, St Joseph’s College, St Ignatius College and Iona College are uniting yet again on September 9 2022 in an effort to make poverty history. This is the fifth Tri-UMPH Festival organised and conducted by the students of the four colleges, the […]