The events of Day 1 of the UNSW Sunsprint were all about testing, evaluating and racing. The only feedback the students get from the project is time on the track. What happens on the track tells the students how effective their designs are in relation to the regulations set down by the National organisation. Ideally we would like to have access to the track well in advance of the Challenge and it is something we have been pushing for over the past few years. Here are some video highlights from Day 1.
Congratulations to Vaiata Halaholo (Year 12) who was St Clare’s 2017 recipient for the well deserved prestigious Archbishop’s Award for Student Excellence. Vaiata received her award from the Most Reverend Anthony Fisher OP at St Mary’s Cathedral after Amy McKay (Year 11) read her citation: Vaiata demonstrates the College motto “My God in all things” by her passion and commitment to her Catholic faith through her compassion, care and generosity towards her fellow students on a daily basis. She contributes to the Catholic life of the College by assisting with House and… Read More
On Wednesday 30 August, the Archbishop of Sydney, the Most Reverend Anthony Fisher OP, presided over the Eucharistic Celebration at St Mary’s Cathedral that remembered all those hurt by abortion. The Solemn Memorial Mass commemorated this profound loss, and in solidarity with bereaved mothers and fathers, the Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney began the celebration of Life Week. St Clare’s College was especially chosen to sing the Reflection Hymn after Holy Communion. Congratulations and special thanks must go to Kaylen De Gersigny (Year 10), Ruby Baird (Year 9), Linda Avetisian (Year 9) and… Read More
Three of our Year 10 students, Olivia, Bonnie and Georgia, recently spent time at Target learning about life in the retail industry. This was part of their work experience program and no doubt the girls gained a great deal from such a valuable experience.