The Term 4 Clontarf Quarterly is Out Now

The final edition of the Clontarf Quarterly for 2020 is now available.

In this edition, we celebrate the Clontarf Graduating Class of 2020 who have successfully completed Year 12 during one of the most challenging years in recent memory.

We also take a look at some of the new academies that opened in Term 4, check in on Jabiru Academy alumnus and apprentice steel fabricator Rodney Nagawalli, and salute a pair of heroes from Girrawheen Academy who recently received bravery awards.

Download it here or head to our Publications page to view more editions of the Quarterly.

The Quarterly will return in April next year after what is sure to be another huge Term 1. On behalf of everyone at the Clontarf Foundation, we thank you for your support in 2020 and wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a safe, Happy New Year. 

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