105 years ago, over 5000 young Australian men were killed or wounded in a 24 hour period on the fields of Fromelles. We remember the sacrifice and the tremendous impact the loss of so many lives had on our nation. A number of Year 12 students were to participate in the Commemoration Ceremony at the Anzac Memorial in Hyde Park but unfortunately was cancelled due to COVID-19. We are excited to announce that French subtitles have been added and for the next 10 days the “Battle of Fromelles” documentary will be on… Read More
Seussical Kids brings together all of Dr Seuss’ much loved characters into one story. The cast and crew of St Clare’s Junior Production brought the characters alive, they lit up the stage with their immense talent. It was a stellar performance by everyone involved – congratulations!
On Tuesday 16 June, half of Year 8 St Clare’s students journeyed to Circular Quay to explore The Museum of Contemporary Art. During the excursion, the students were able to experience various abstract and contemporary artworks. The artworks ranged from the forms of sculpture, digital representations, Indigenous and Aboriginal art, recycled materials, photography, and many more. Throughout the day, as well as having occasional food breaks, the students learned and listened to their tour guides about the different types of art and their meanings. As well as being able to participate in… Read More
On Monday 31 May, Year 9 Elective Visual Arts visited the Chinese Garden of Friendship and attended a wheel-thrown pottery workshop at the National Art School. The Chinese Garden of Friendship was very serene and beautiful. The exploration of Chinese architecture and the harmony of man-made structures, natural ponds, and trees was very therapeutic. The natural environment in the Garden was breathtaking and calming. The gardens are based off the Ming Dynasty and contain recognisable traditional Chinese elements, architecture, and patterns such as the pointed hard hill roofs (yìngshāndǐng) and lanterns. The… Read More