STCC Easter Liturgy

This year through the work of Project Compassion’s ‘BE MORE’ campaign, and as part of the Social Justice Statement for 2021, we have explored at St Clare’s what living life to the full can look like. We have practiced wellbeing across the physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual dimensions of the College. We have prioritised relationships of kindness as we strive to love our neighbours as ourselves. This Easter, we encourage everyone to move beyond the ‘old normal’ as we are challenged to embrace Jesus’ promise for full lives together.  The STCC… Read More


On Monday 29 March the whole of Year 7 embarked on an adventure to the Chau Chak Wing Museum. We spent the day exploring archeological methods and tools as well as investigating Ancient Egypt, its mummification process, and its culture. We also had the chance to see some Ancient Rome and Ancient Greece artefacts too. One of the highlights was the ‘Hands on’ section of our museum tour where we were able to pick up, hold and investigate actual historical artefacts from the ancient world. We were able to study these artefacts… Read More

St Clare’s Dominates in the Sporting Arena

St Clare’s College has once again proven our dominance in the sporting arena with some incredible Grand Final results in both Basketball and Water Polo for Term 1.   Basketball: Congratulations to STCC 3 and STCC 5 who won their grand final games against Kambala (19-10) and Ascham (14-12) respectively. Congratulations is also extended to STCC 2 who won their semi-final but unfortunately went down to St Catherine’s in the Grand Final. A special thank you to Coach Nic and Coach Siena for all their hard work and dedication over the last… Read More

Year 9 STEM Students Making Local News Headlines!

Four students from St Clare’s College Waverley entered a competition titled ‘Aussie Student Inventions that Changed the World’ and let’s just say they took it literally! Congratulations Ezgi Ozer, Bella Angel Otto de Grancy, Bridget Fitzgerald and Zara Dean on their incredible Capturefy invention – a 3D printed trap made of recycled plastic which sits under the grill of the stormwater drain to stop rubbish from entering the ocean. The entrepreneurial 14-year-olds were highly commended in the competition, sponsored by educational video resource site ClickView. Competition judge Sally Dominguez, an inventor, serial… Read More

International Women’s Day – 8 March 2021

#IWD2021 #ChooseToChallege A focal point in the movement for women’s rights International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day marks a “Call to Action” for accelerating gender parity. Significant activity is witnessed worldwide as groups come together to celebrate women’s achievements or rally for women’s equality.  St Clare’s College gathered, as one, for our annual International Women’s Day Assembly to acknowledge and celebrate the achievements of women past, present and future. Calling out not only those in the public eye but… Read More

STCC Touch Football Grand Final

Congratulations to the St Clare’s College (STCC) #1 Touch Football team who were successful in making the 2021 Grand Final. In an incredible game against Emmanuel College, the girls went down by 1 in the final minutes of the game but put up an incredible effort. In their last touch football game for the College, the Year 12 girls deserve a huge congratulations for their contribution to sport at St Clare’s! Well done also to STCC 5 who made the semi-final last week but unfortunately missed out to Brigidine College. It was… Read More

Year 8 Project Launch: Lights, Camera, Social Action!

Today our Year 8 students experienced a Launch Day for the “Lights, Camera, Social Action!” cross-curricular project. This project is a collaboration between English, RE, and Music. In small groups, students will be creating a short film to shine a light on a social justice issue. The day began with a short film festival where our students enjoyed popcorn and watched a range of entertaining and thought-provoking short films. We were very privileged to hear from Marisa Brattoni of the Edmund Rice Centre, who introduced the social justice themes to our students. The… Read More

Remembrance Day Visit to Lycee Condorcet

Three members of our Year 11 Fromelles Research Team, Immi Barham, Lily Whitaker and Emily Cropp visited Lycee Condorcet (French International School) in Maroubra last week to be part of their Remembrance Day ceremony. The students had been invited to share their journey of discovery as part of their research into the Battle of Fromelles. We were joined by the Year 9 students from Lycee Condorcet as well as a number of distinguished guests including, the French Consul-General Mme Anne Boillon, Patrick Lindsay, Matt McLachlan from McLachlan Battlefield Tours, the Lycee Condorcet… Read More

More Native Stingless Bees Arrive

The College welcomed some new members to our community on Thursday 22nd October, with the installation of our second beehive containing more native stingless bees. The installation was the end result of the Year 7 project that took place in Term 4, 2019. The project required all Year 7 classes to investigate whether the College could sustain a second beehive and where that hive should be located. As the project took place late in the year we had to wait until spring this year to take delivery of the new hive. Once… Read More

Year 7 Science

Term 4 would normally see the entire Year 7 cohort participating in a project involving the native stingless bees. Due to Covid-19, we decided that our project,’ Sustainability – Whose Responsibility?’ would be put aside for 2020 and students would simply focus on the life of the native stingless bee in their Science classes. As part of their work students have been asked to create prototypes of a native stingless beehive based on the two hives we have in our front garden. There have been a wide variety of designs emerging, with… Read More