In 2018 our Year 7.1 students participated in a STEM project as part of our partnership with Sydney University’s STEM Teacher Enrichment Academy. The driving question for the project was, ‘Sustainability: Whose Responsibility?’ with the focus of the project being our native stingless bees. This project has been recognised as an outstanding example of STEM education by being nominated as a finalist in the 2019 Australian Education Awards. The project was the first in our partnership with Sydney University and has led to the College implementing more STEM projects in 2019. The culmination… Read More
Spirituality at St Clare’s College Waverley follows the contemplative and reflective style of St Francis. The school provides many opportunities throughout the academic year for students to reflect on the character of Jesus in their own life. We seek to model the teachings of Jesus in everything we do emphasising the College motto ‘Deus meus et omnia – My God in all things’. Our students are encouraged to work to better themselves through humility and compassion and to promote the value of the dignity of each individual person. In the spirit of… Read More
St Clare’s College follows policies of the Sydney Catholic Schools as well as maintaining our own policies.
The wellbeing of every St Clare’s girl is our highest priority.
St Clare’s College Youth Ministry offers opportunities for our young women to engage with many varied experiences of faith, service and community.
The College Uniform identifies the student with the College. It is worn to the College daily and must also be worn to College functions out of school hours, when required. All uniform articles other than school shoes and sports shoes must be purchased from the College Uniform Shop. Item Requirement Junior Uniform Years 7-10 Term 1 and 4 – Summer dress Term 2 and 3 – Winter tunic, white College blouse, College Blazer Senior Uniform Years 11-12 Terms 1 to 4 – College Senior skirt, white College blouse. Blazer to be worn… Read More
St Clare’s College has vertical homerooms based on a House system. There are four College Houses: Claverie, Deakin, Keady and Reid. Each House is named after significant individuals or places linked to our Franciscan tradition and heritage. Students participate in a range of activities and competitions that promote a strong sense of school spirit and belonging to their House. Students are actively encouraged to be involved in House based activities. Claverie (Red and Black) Claverie House proudly bears the name of Mother M Gabriel Claverie, Principal of St Clare’s College from 1936-1963…. Read More