Monthly Archives: December 2016

Mathematics Grades

Grade in Mathematics, Years 7 to 9 This semester the grade stated at the top of the report is the grade awarded across the entire year group, similar to a NAPLAN result. The information regarding the grading process was published on the College’s website in March 2015. The outcomes, however, are awarded at the level... Read more »

Jindalee Aged Care Residence Visit

On Tuesday 29 November, Year 10 participated in a College Preparation Day. For the service to back to the community component, Year 10 Ulamina invited members of the Jindalee Aged Care Residence to visit for morning tea. The girls baked home cooked sweet and savoury dishes and served them tea and coffee. Some residents were... Read more »

Year 9 and 10 Japanese

  Year 10 Excursion to Mee’s Sushi On Friday 18th November the Year 10 Japanese class walked to Manuka to eat sushi at Mee’s Sushi Restaurant. The girls have studied Japanese for 4 years and were able to put into practice their language and cultural knowledge about ordering food and eating with chopsticks. It was... Read more »

Reception hours in January 2017

The College reception will be open from 8:00am until 12:30pm from Monday, 23 January to Wednesday, 25 January 2017. Reception will return to normal coverage, 8:00am until 5:00pm, on Friday, 27 January 2017.

Unleashing Our Potential Days 2016

On the 6 and 7 December all Year 7-9 students were involved in an exciting “Unleashing Our Potential” program. This two-day program offered both students and staff the opportunity to engage in a range of engaging, innovative learning opportunities as the 2016 school year draws to a close. Students were required to wear full PE... Read more »

Sports Fun Day

St Clare’s College Sports Coordinator and Physical Education teacher Mrs Sepi Hawke has been the ambassador for One netball for two years. The Australia Post One Netball program aims to use the power of netball to attract and inspire individuals and communities. The program is an advocate for women, multicultural and Indigenous Australians, people with... Read more »