Due to the inclement weather our Ash Wednesday Mass had to be transferred to the College Hall. Given the decision was made at 9:15am it was quite remarkable that our staff and students were able to come together to create such a beautiful experience. Fr Bernie again presided over the mass and in a very short time has made a great spiritual connection with our community. A very big thank you also to our REC Mrs Sue Farrugia, the Music staff, the College orchestra and choir.
The Parents and Friends Association hosted a Welcome Evening for all new members of St Clare’s family on Friday night. The evening is an opportunity for parents to meet staff and make connections with other families new to the College. The evening was catered for by our Hospitality staff and students. They worked tirelessly throughout the day and into the evening to ensure everyone was well looked after, with food and drink in plentiful supply. The quality of the food was amazing and a great tribute to the talent of our staff… Read More
We are fast approaching the season of Lent, a time of reflection and renewal for all Catholics. On Wednesday 1st March, the College will celebrate Ash Wednesday Mass at the Mary Immaculate Church here in Waverley. This is the time in the Church’s Liturgical Year when we reflect on one of the great central acts of history, the redemption of the human race by our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. It is the beginning of forty days of penance and is marked with the symbol of ashes which will be used in… Read More
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November 23 marks the 133rd anniversary of the arrival of the Poor Clare Sisters to Sydney from Ireland in 1883. Every year we remember this day with a special Mass during which also expresses our love and appreciation to our current Poor Clare Sisters. This year Fr Paul Ghanem ofm joined us for the first time and gave a beautiful Homily asking us to “Do what we have always done and hold what we have always held” – in the words of St Clare. His uplifting talk raised our spirits and inspired… Read More
What fun we had on Friday 18 November when students from our feeder schools came to visit us and spend the day being St Clare’s students. The day began with a Welcome by the school House Captains who organised name tags for our guests after which a School Spirit Activity was held so that everyone could meet one another. The excitement was palatable as the girls toured the school in groups to attend classes including; Creative IT, Science, Food Tech and PDHPE (Personal Development, Health and Physical Education). Morning tea and lunch… Read More
Congratulations to Jasmin Loke-Jeffery whose HSC Body of Work has been pre-selected for ARTEXPRESS 2017!
The Year 7 2017 cohort joined our Community for the first time on Friday 4 November. We had a Parent Information evening on Tuesday 1 November and the Orientation Day on Friday 4 November. Our new students enjoyed a taste of being in high school by experiencing classes in Food Tech, Art and Science. They enjoyed a BBQ lunch and were each presented with their new school bag. Indeed, it was a delight to welcome new, existing and returning families to our St Clare’s Community.