Harmony Day at Claver can best be described as a rich and vibrant celebration of the cultures that make up our community.
On Wednesday 22 March 2023 our students and staff celebrated Harmony Day 'Claver style' through song, dance and art. Approximately 90 students took part in special performances, and showcased artwork that spoke to the occasion.
Dance performances from First Nations, various South Pacific Islands, Africa and even El Salvador wowed the audience while Julieth John's rendition of 'Rise Up' took everyone's breath way.
Assistant Principal Religious Education Angela Ryan said the Claver Community is blessed by a richly diverse community.
“As a College we celebrate and promote inclusiveness, respect, diversity and belonging on a daily basis and Harmony Day is a significant reminder of that for our community," she said.
“In Australia and in our community at St Peter Claver we are blessed to share in the learning that is the gift of cultural diversity, and we remember the history of this day and its significance. Today and every day we stand against all forms of racial intolerance and discrimination."
All photos from the Harmony Day Assembly can be found under the 'Photos' tab on the Parent Portal.