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“Clontarf Aboriginal College acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community.  We pay our respect to the Elders both past and present and extend this respect to all people viewing this website.”

Acknowledgement of Country

From the Principal – Wanju Welcome

With “Learning for Life’ as our motto we strive to provide learning opportunities for students from all around Australia that are engaging and relevant as we aim to foster in our students the desire to make a difference in our world. Our College offers a range of educational programs providing varied learning opportunities for students from Year 7 to Year 12. We have a proud tradition of cultural, spiritual, academic, and sporting excellence. The pastoral care at the College enables a safe and caring environment where students can confidently grow to achieve their full potential.

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Life at Clontarf

As a Catholic school in the Edmund Rice tradition Clontarf Aboriginal College is a place of learning and understanding that respects Aboriginal culture and spirituality and encourages students to reach their dreams.

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All in the College community are warmly invited to Thursday evening Mass, this Thursday in our College Chapel at 4.45pm. Following the Mass there will be dinner in the Ngulla Mia Boarding House. ... See MoreSee Less

All in the College community are warmly invited to Thursday evening Mass, this Thursday in our College Chapel at 4.45pm.  Following the Mass there will be dinner in the Ngulla Mia Boarding House.

The Year 10/11 Visual Art students went on excursion to the Art Gallery of WA today. They were taken on a guided tour to view and discuss perspectives on First Nations Art before participating in an artist-led studio workshop creating unique, experimental and process-based collaborative artworks. It was a wonderful opportunity for students to gain insight, inspiration and get creative. ... See MoreSee Less

The Year 10/11 Visual Art students went on excursion to the Art Gallery of WA today. They were taken on a guided tour to view and discuss perspectives on First Nations Art before participating in an artist-led studio workshop creating unique, experimental and process-based collaborative artworks. It was a wonderful opportunity for students to gain insight, inspiration and get creative.Image attachmentImage attachment+4Image attachment

Today was the final day of R.E Week and a very special way to finish the week with all students visiting Dumbartung Aboriginal Corporation throughout the day. Aboriginal culture and spirituality is the oldest and longest standing religion in the world and so students and staff had the wonderful opportunity to spend time with Uncle Robert and Aunty Selina Egginton discussing culture and spirituality- a big thank you to Uncle Robert and Aunty Selina! In the morning, the homeroom quiz competition came to a thrilling finish, there was lunchtime grace on the PA which was again student-led and the R.E Week Marquee had it’s final visitors, making that a wrap for another sensational R.E Week at Clontarf Aboriginal College. #REWEEK2024ATCLONTARF ... See MoreSee Less

Today was the final day of R.E Week and a very special way to finish the week with all students visiting Dumbartung Aboriginal Corporation throughout the day. Aboriginal culture and spirituality is the oldest and longest standing religion in the world and so students and staff had the wonderful opportunity to spend time with Uncle Robert and Aunty Selina Egginton discussing culture and spirituality- a big thank you to Uncle Robert and Aunty Selina! In the morning, the homeroom quiz competition came to a thrilling finish, there was lunchtime grace on the PA which was again student-led and the R.E Week Marquee had it’s final visitors, making that a wrap for another sensational R.E Week at Clontarf Aboriginal College. #REWEEK2024ATCLONTARFImage attachmentImage attachment+4Image attachment

What a fantastic day 3 of R.E Week! It was all happening this morning with all yeargroups participating in activities. The Year 9-11s participated in the Vocations Expo. In R.E class the students learn about vocations as being a God-given calling for one's future and so the vocations expo gave the students the opportunity to meet with industry leaders, experts and professionals, finding out about their vocations. A big thank you to all the visitors who gave their time for the 2024 expo. The Year 7, 8 and 12’s got to meet with Sr Luka, a Schoenstatt sister and learnt about her calling to become a religious sister and what that involves as well as participating in reflection activities. Later in the day a group of students participated in an online call with Western Australian football stars Stephen Coniglio and Toby Bedford from the GWS Giants. A number of topics including faith, family, leadership and life as AFL players were discussed in an enjoyable experience for all- a big thank you to the GWS Giants for their support of R.E Week 2024. The R.E Week Marquee was again a hub of activity at recess and lunchtime and excitingly, there is still one day left for the week! #REWEEK2024ATCLONTARF ... See MoreSee Less

What a fantastic day 3 of R.E Week! It was all happening this morning with all yeargroups participating in activities. The Year 9-11s participated in the Vocations Expo. In R.E class the students learn about vocations as being a God-given calling for ones future and so the vocations expo gave the students the opportunity to meet with industry leaders, experts and professionals, finding out about their vocations. A big thank you to all the visitors who gave their time for the 2024 expo. The Year 7, 8 and 12’s got to meet with Sr Luka, a Schoenstatt sister and learnt about her calling to become a religious sister and what that involves as well as participating in reflection activities. Later in the day a group of students participated in an online call with Western Australian football stars Stephen Coniglio and Toby Bedford from the GWS Giants. A number of topics including faith, family, leadership and life as AFL players were discussed in an enjoyable experience for all- a big thank you to the GWS Giants for their support of R.E Week 2024. The R.E Week Marquee was again a hub of activity at recess and lunchtime and excitingly, there is still one day left for the week! #REWEEK2024ATCLONTARFImage attachmentImage attachment+Image attachment
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