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Clayfield College, Australia

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About Clayfield College, Australia, Queensland

Clayfield College is a place where all individuals are valued for their unique qualities and talents. Our academic, pastoral and co-curricular programs, supported by our exceptional teaching staff, are essential in providing opportunities for your child to grow and develop in mind, heart, body and spirit. Clayfield College is one of Queensland’s leading schools, providing a tradition of quality education. Founded in 1931, the College has a proud history of offering a Christian learning environment in which students are encouraged, nurtured and inspired to achieve personal excellence.

The College is located in the beautiful inner-northern Brisbane suburb of Clayfield, only six and a half kilometres from the central business district and served well by public transport. The Citytrain network is situated close by. The College is centrally located to Brisbane City Council and private bus lines. The College is only five kilometres from the Domestic and International airports as well as the Gateway arterial road that links the Gold and Sunshine Coasts. Clayfield College welcomes students from all over Australia and the world, catering for girls from Pre-Prep to Year 12 and boys from Pre-Prep to Year 6. The College is also a Boarding School for girls, caring for students from Years 5 - 12, on a daily, casual, weekly or term basis.


Clayfield College was officially founded on the 9th February 1931, with just nine students and five teachers. In the subsequent years, Clayfield College has continued to grow and succeed through the dedication and hard work of our Principals: Miss Nancy Ashburn, Miss Ida Kennedy OAM, Mrs Carolyn Hauff AM, Mr Brian Savins and Ms Melissa Powell. Our current Principal, Mrs Kathy Bishop, continues to strengthen our future endeavours and strategic focus.

Notable alumni

  • Tania Major – youngest person elected to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission; 2007 Young Australian of the Year[8]
  • Jan McLucas – from 23 March 2013, federal Minister for Human Services; Senator (ALP) for Queensland[9]
  • Elizabeth Perkins OAM – one of the first women to reach the rank of Associate Professor at James Cook University; member of the Literature Board of the Australia Council; founding editor of Literature in North Queensland [10]
  • Stephanie Rice – swimmer; Commonwealth Games gold medallist, Olympic gold medallist and world record holder
  • Karin Schaupp – classical guitarist


Residential Life

Clayfield College has developed a proud tradition of boarding for more than 75 years, enriching the lives of generations of young girls and affording them the opportunity to develop lifelong friendships. The Clayfield College Boarding House is a stand-alone and fully self-contained facility.

Our girls enjoy safe, secure and comfortable surroundings where they can learn, grow and become independent young women. The Boarding House offers a variety of accommodation options. There are also numerous recreational rooms, quiet spaces, a library and music room, as well as a new spacious dining room that features an outdoor verandah for our girls to utilise.


Academic Life

Clayfield College is justifiably proud of our academic record and achievements. The College is recognised within the wider community as a school that inspires students to strive for academic success. We offer a stimulating and engaging curriculum, that incorporates innovative learning experiences, and is personalised to challenge the learning needs of every student.

We encourage our students to be flexible and critical in their thinking, to apply their knowledge, and utilise an array of research methodologies and technology to confidently respond to learning tasks. Our aim is to build the confidence of each student by recognising effort and achievement, whilst celebrating personal excellence.

As a dynamic teaching and learning community, the College is committed to continuous improvement. To support the diversity of our learners, we strengthen the learning of our educators through ongoing professional development, to ensure they are equipped with the most contemporary teaching styles and educational practices. Our comprehensive academic programs provide our students with solid foundations in literacy and numeracy in the early years, culminating in learning experiences that challenge and extend our students in Year 12.


Students in Years P-10 study a core curriculum based on the Australian curriculum key learning areas. In Year 9, and again in 10, students may choose electives from within languages, the arts and technology as well as continuing to study in the other core learning areas.

English and Mathematics are compulsory for all students in Years 11 and 12. In addition, students elect to study four other subjects ranging from Arts, Business, Languages, Sciences, Social Sciences, Health & Physical Education and Technology. English as a Second Language (ESL) is offered throughout the Senior School to students from non-English speaking backgrounds.

Co-Curricular Life

Our students are encouraged to broaden their interests by extending themselves in the arts, sport and community service through our extensive co-curricular program. Through our comprehensive Creative and Performing Arts program, we offer our students a variety of opportunities to pursue and enjoy the wonderful world of Music, Visual Art, Drama and Dance.

  • Our rich and varied Music program of classroom and co-curricular activities, is based on the world-renowned Kodály method, which encourages lateral thinking. Students also have access to specialist music teachers as well as vocal and instrumental tuition. We offer a variety of musical group opportunities for our students, including string orchestras, bands, ensembles, groups and choirs.
  • Our Arts, Drama and Dance program offers our Primary and Secondary students opportunities to extend themselves and build their selfconfidence through exhibitions and theatrical productions. The program begins in Primary, and progresses through to Secondary, with extensions being offered to students wishing to expand their knowledge and skills.

We believe that maintaining a healthy body is pivotal for our students’ development. Participation in sporting activities is encouraged for all students from Pre-Prep to Year 12. Clayfield College offers excellent sporting facilities, including a multi-purpose Physical Education Centre and gymnasium, a heated swimming pool complex, playing fields, tennis and netball courts, and access to external sporting fields. Our sporting program encourages all students to achieve their full potential and to contribute to the success of their teams. Our Service program offers opportunities for our students to participate in local and global community service groups and projects to develop their sense of individual responsibility – not only to College life and the community within which they live, but to society as a whole.

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