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More than 80 students were welcomed into the St Clare’s school community with a tour by their Year 10 peer support buddies. They were also given a brief insight into what secondary school is like by taking part in some subject activities on art, history, maths and Personal Development, Health and Physical Education Technology. Learn more...


Murama Youth Summit 2019
Students from Catholic schools across Western Sydney attended the fourth annual Murama Youth Summit to gain a deeper appreciation of Australia’s unique Indigenous culture. The inspirational event encouraged each of them to achieve their best no matter what setbacks might come their way.
NSWCCC Boys Basketball Championships 2019
Stage 2 of the 5 stage building project is progressing rapidly. The new building is taking shape, with the construction of the second level underway.


Students from 15 Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta high schools gathered at the fourth annual Social Justice Day to discuss genuine human encounters in our digital world. This annual day is aimed at launching the yearly Australian Catholic Social Justice statement, which this year is focused on addressing how the internet has changed the way we communicate, work, learn, and do business - and how we can contribute towards a more just and loving digital world. Read more...
St Clare’s celebrated 25 years of Catholic Education at the Good Shepherd Ministry Fair, 13th October 2019


More than 500 Special Religious Education teachers (SRE/catechists) from across Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains made their way to St Andrew the Apostle Parish, Marayong, joining 200 student SREs from 19 Catholic high schools, for the annual Confraternity of Christian Doctrine (CCD) Mass and Awards Ceremony. Read more...
Twenty-seven outstanding young leaders from secondary schools across the Catholic Diocese of Parramatta were recognised through the Bishop of Parramatta awards for student excellence in 2019. Read more...
On 11th September Yr 7 participated in the annual Medieval Day Incursion, supporting their HSIE studies. Students were educated about and immersed in Medieval Society participating in many traditional Medieval activities and using Medieval artefacts. Students found this experience "fun and educational" (Ricky Prasad Yr 7).