Lloyd Leading the Way

During Terms 2 and 3, Year 11 Casuarina Academy (Darwin, NT) member Lloyd Johnston has been developing his mentoring skills through work experience with Moulden Primary Academy (Darwin, NT). Every Friday, Lloyd helps prepare lunch for the academy boys and participates in table tennis competitions. The young Clontarf men have relished the chance to test …

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Boys Benefit From Clontarf Network During COVID

Clontarf’s broad geographical spread has been important during the COVID-19 pandemic, especially for three young men enrolled in the Endeavour Academy, located at Endeavour Sports High School in Caringbah, NSW. Academy members Jacob Gray (Year 12), Donovan Roberts and Josh Munro (Year 11) all hail from regional locations across NSW and reside at Kirinari Hostel, …

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Primary Boys Kick Ahead at Carnival

Close to 60 eager young primary school boys participated in the second annual Clontarf Primary Schools Football Carnival in Alice Springs, NT in June. The carnival provided a great opportunity for Clontarf’s Remote Programme participants from Yuendumu and Ntaria (Hermannsburg), as well as boys from Tennant Creek Primary School to put into practice the skills, …

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Employment Forum Opens Doors

In mid June, over 100 senior boys from across Western Australia descended on Optus Stadium in Perth for the annual Clontarf Employment Forum. The event saw boys from Belmont, Cecil Andrews (Seville Grove), Clontarf (Waterford), Ellenbrook, Esperance, Fremantle, Girrawheen, Northam, Sevenoaks (Cannington) and Swan View participate. They were joined by representatives from 22 Clontarf partners …

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A Night to Remember

Close to 30 Year 12 Clontarf boys from across the Townsville region came together in early May for a special dinner to celebrate the imminent completion of their secondary school studies. Dubbed the ‘80 Day Dinner’, the event was attended by boys from Kirwan, Heatley, Thuringowa and Townsville academies as well as school principals, teachers …

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