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16 Mar 2016
'Girls just want to have fun', is certainly an appropriate expression when reflecting upon the Year 12 Retreat. Three days spent in the Shoalhaven area allowed the students an opportunity to surf, swing through the trees, create beautiful art works, experience the mindfulness of yoga, and even begin to consider their profile for future opportunities, but most importantly it was a time of consolidating friendship and embracing the joy of now. For many of our Year 12 students the three days provided time to remember that their school journey is not just about assessments but it is about friendship and creating memories.
Christine Nixon spoke to Wenona girls about the lessons she learned in her 40 years’ experience in the police and public sector.
Sophie of Year 10 gathered a team to busk on the steps of the amphitheatre to raise funds for Mission Australia.
“Approximately two in three Australians will be diagnosed with skin cancer at least once in our lives,” says Emma of Year 11.