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.
St Clare’s Day, Monday 22nd August, ended with the St Clare’s Got Talent Show which gave some of our students the opportunity to share their talents with us! Click on this LINK to see the contestants.
Link to St Clare’s Day 2016 Video
Please find a link to our YouTube Channel to see three recent singing performances performed by our students in Assembly under the tutorage of the Head of our Creative and Performing Arts Department, Helene Galettis. We think they are amazing! St Clare’s College YouTube Channel
On Wednesday, May 4, Year 7 were treated to an interactive African drumming workshop presented by “Salaka”. The “Salaka” Ensemble is one of West Africa’s top cultural troupes and the name means “sharing” in the Ga language of Ghana. The workshop immersed students in the rich culture and rhythms of Africa in an entertaining and educational way. The students learnt a traditional African song to accompany the drumming rhythm and experienced African dancing. The show introduced students to an array of traditional African instruments of all shapes and sounds, including the ‘talking… Read More
Congratulations to all our HSC students on such fantastic exam results! I am proud to announce that St Clare’s College was placed 92nd in the State overall and achieved 44 Band 6 results. Nine students received ATARS over 90 and the College Dux received 98.1. One student was placed 8th in the State for English Standard and the College placed 8th overall in English Standard which is an outstanding achievement. These results are a credit to all our HSC students and their teachers. Well done to everyone! Sydney Morning Herald Article 17th December 2015 Antoinette McGahan,Principal