It was an amazing opportunity to collaborate with our neighbouring school, St Charles’ on Wednesday 12 May. Year 6 students utilised the St Clare’s kitchen to make and decorate over 300 cupcakes to be sold for charity. Students from Years 10 and 11 were happy to assist them with this massive task. Ms Taryn Smith, Head of TAS, taught the young students some life-long skills in the process.
In the early hours of Thursday 13 May, St Clare’s Year 11 and 12 students, along with staff, joined together at Bronte Beach for the ‘Darkness Into Light’ reflection. The ‘Darkness into Light’ initiative highlights an extremely significant message aiming to spread awareness of the prevalence of suicide among young Australians and to create positive change in the discussion of mental health. This morning was the start of many more conversations. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5CGkJCu7Wqc “When people are trapped in times of darkness, it is even the smallest things we can say and do which… Read More
On Wednesday 5 May, Year 9 attended an Evangelisation day at St Ursula’s College. The theme for the day was ‘Made 4 More’ and we spent our time participating in a range of fun activities, games, songs, and prayers. The whole experience was both amusing and educational and we got to experience a range of performers and speakers, interact and make friends with students from other Catholic schools. We heard the amazing singing talent of a St Ursula’s student and the amazing talents of Tommy Francisco. Tommy provided us with an incredible… Read More
On Friday evening, St Clare’s hosted St Scholastica’s for Round 2 of the CSDA Debating Competition. Topics included ‘we have a moral obligation to challenge the status quo’ and ‘our personal devices are more help than hindrance’. A huge congratulations to all debaters, especially our winning teams in Year 8, Year 9, Year 10, and Year 12.