The 2019 Photograph Competition is now open to all staff and students of St Clare’s College! You can use any type of photographic device – from DSLR cameras, mobile phones to film cameras! It is an opportunity to express yourself through images with the visual language of light and colour. It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or an expert – all are welcome to join in the fun! There are six categories including; Portrait, Landscape, Architectural, Street, Macro and Abstract. The competition winners will be announced on Thursday 8 August… Read More
Today our Year 7 TAS students are enjoying a mobile Dairy Classroom provided by A Smart Farmer https://www.asmartfarmer.com/
On Tuesday the 11th of June, 24 Year 11 Biology students visited the Lachlan Wetlands in Centennial Parklands. The purpose of our excursion was to measure abiotic and biotic factors within the wetlands and collect data for an ecosystem depth study. From this we could analyse any trends and develop an inquiry question to investigate […] via Year 11 Biology — Authentic Learning at St Clare’s
What an amazing array of sumptuous food was donated and prepared to entice donations for Breast Cancer Research!
On Friday 31st May, three of our senior indigenous students, Brodie Booth, Yafalina Close-Brown and Sorcha Pearce attended the Indigenous Veterans ANZAC Ceremony at the Pond of Reflection in Hyde Park. The students participated in a very special wreath laying ceremony in memory of those veterans who sacrificed so much for our nation. Lest We Forget.
Congratulations to Olivia Aristides and Chloe Matarangas on their amazing performances at the CGSSSA Gymnastics Tournament today. Olivia placed first on floor, third on beam and third on bars to finish in first place in the Level 7 Division. Chloe also did brilliantly with a first placing on bars in the Level 5 Division. Well done […] via CGSSSA Gymnastics Success — Sport@St Clare’s
Our annual Reconciliation Assembly was another truly interesting and immersing event which culminated in a Smoking Ceremony lead by Tim Ella. Tim is a highly considered educator of the Yuin people, and an Aboriginal guide who wishes to share all he knows with students and adults alike. Tim’s daughter Latoya spoke in the assembly and we were moved by her wonderful oration and humanity. We thank Tim and Latoya for making this year’s Reconciliation Week a truly memorable one and congratulate Ms Collins and our Indigenous students who organised everything and spoke… Read More
Congratulations to both our junior and senior OzTag teams who today won both levels at the OzTag competition! This is a Sydney Region competition run by OzTag NSW and this is the first time we have had teams playing so to win the entire event is amazing! Well done girls!
Our Year 7 Newman are currently working on their Space STEM project. The driving question for this project is, ‘Can we live on Mars?’. This continues the model we developed in 2018 where we trial a STEM project with a small group of students with the aim of rolling it out across the cohort the […] via Space STEM Project — Authentic Learning at St Clare’s
Our Year 11 Visual Arts have been working on creating an exhibition with established contemporary artists Gary Carsley and Renjie Teoh. The title of the exhibition is: A View of the Pavilion of Clear Memory When Scene from Waverley. The project looks at the history of commemorative architecture in the local environment, reimagining the Federation Pavilion at Centennial Park as a site through which to investigate the complex cultural and historical narratives informing the local area. The contribution of St Clare’s students to this large-scale effort has seen symbolic remnants of local… Read More