We are now more than half way through the journey of Lent which offers us a special opportunity to grow in our relationship with God and to deepen our commitment to a way of life, whose very foundation is in our baptism.
In our busy world, Lent provides us with an opportunity to reflect upon our habits, to pray more sincerely, experience regret for what we’ve done or failed to do, and to be generous to those in need. The Season of Lent is offered to us as a time of renewal: a time to strengthen our... Read more »
What I like about St Clare's
Elizabeth, Year 7 AlindaI like that we have been put into Pastoral Care classes in our House groups, I am in Alinda and our House motto is Unity & Service. I like that I have made heaps of new friends in my classes and am looking forward to meeting more people on camp. My favourite class so far is Geography.
Mia, Year 12 KiparaEveryone at St Clare’s gets involved! There are leadership opportunities, fundraisers to participate in, social awareness campaigns to organize and heaps of sports teams! Our teachers are a great support to us academically but also pastorally, if you have any sort of issue they help you out.
Grace, Year 11 WareenI love St Clare’s because I can be open about my faith here. I am studying philosophy in Religious Studies and find it fascinating. I like that we are a multicultural school where everyone is welcome. At the moment my favourite class is Visual Arts but I can’t wait to do the animation course!
Casey, Year 10 JaparaI like the variety of classes that St Clare’s offers because it means you can really pursue your interests. At the moment I am learning about democracy in SOSE and I find it really interesting. The teachers are friendly and helpful and there are heaps of extra-curricular groups to join.
Keely, Year 9 MakaraI like all the sports I get to participate in at the College, particularly athletics and cross country. My competition schedule can get full on but the staff are really supportive. I really like our House events, we get very competitive but it is all in a real spirit of fun. My favourite class is definitely Japanese!
Georgia, Year 8 KiparaI like being able to study French and love being able to participate in my special interest area. I also study Dance and am learning about Physics in science. I have amazing friends here and know which teachers to talk to if I need help with study load.