Monthly Archives: April 2016

Think U Know Newsletter

  ThinkUKnow e-Newsletter – April 2016   Most young people with a smart phone will say they have taken a selfie; a selfie with their friends at a party, at school, with their family, or even to immortalise a good hair day. But how many would also say they have taken a naked selfie? Or... Read more »

ACT Cancer Council Sun Camera Seminars for Years 9 and 10

Throughout the last two weeks, nine Years 9 and 10 Physical Education classes have taken part in this program. Each session (2 periods in duration) included a general overview of the 5 “big cancers” in Australia and how we can reduce our personal risks of developing these cancers. The second part of each session touched... Read more »

Careers News – Moblie apps

Mobile Apps Here are two free mobile apps that our Year 10, 11, 12 students may find useful: Universities Admissions Centre My UAC – students can use this app to search undergraduate courses, save their shortlist of courses in favorites and compare detailed course descriptions. When Year 12 receive their UAC pin number, in August, they... Read more »

Term 1 Defence Student Update

Term 1 has been full of exciting activities for defence students and friends! The Term began with a scavenger hunt in Week 2. Students were encouraged to participate and bring friends along to go on a scavenger hunt around the College, items they had to collect included a ‘selfie with a teacher’, ‘an item of... Read more »

Reflecting on what has gone and planning for what is to come

There was an article in the Melbourne Age this week that referred to, among other things, the busyness of Term 1. Some of my colleagues have enquired as to where Term 1 went! Students and staff return to school in the New Year full of excitement and ready to embrace all that is before them.... Read more »

International Women’s Day

(From left: Dr. Jodie Bradby, Catherine Brown, PO Andrea Kerr, Rachel Bernabe, Ashley Jones, Caitlyn Baljak, Abigail Ryan, Dr. Nerilie Abram, Naomi Gowor, Dr. Megan O’Mara, Gai Brodtmann MP.) On Wednesday 30 March 2016, St Clare’s College proudly celebrated International Women’s Day which began in New York City in 1909 and is now celebrated across... Read more »

Parent Logins to SEQTA

Early next term we plan to open SEQTA Engage to parents. When this happens, you will receive an email generated by our network software telling you your login name and supplying you with an initial password. The email will contain a link to our password application where you will be able to change the password... Read more »

Indigenous News Term 1 2016

In the past term a number of events have occurred involving our Indigenous students and whole school community. A Whole School Plan and update of the Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) was created to successfully plan for events throughout the year. Indigenous Pastoral Care started on Mondays and Tuesdays (due to the number of public holidays... Read more »

Bebras Computational Thinking Challenge

Students in Information Technology classes from Years 7 – 12 participated in the Bebras Computational Thinking Competition during March. 18 814 students across Australia participated in the online tasks.  St Clare’s College had a record number of students competing receiving 11 Participation certificates, 3 Merit certificates, 21 Credit certificates, 5 Distinction certificates and 2 High Distinction certificates. Two... Read more »

School Fees

School fees are now overdue. If you do not have in place an approved arrangement with the College, please pay your account in full now. Thank you Bernadette Coman Fees Manager