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Ms Sue Foxcroft

Ms Foxcroft joined Wenona this year, as Dean of Students K-12, a new role that has oversight of all systems and processes pertaining to Student Wellbeing.

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Ms Foxcroft is an experienced educational leader, having most recently been Assistant Principal (Student Wellbeing) at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart – Kensington, and Assistant Principal and Director of Pastoral Care at Brigidine College, Randwick since 2018. Prior to this she was a Leader of Wellbeing at All Saints Catholic College. She is a teacher of Drama, Religious Education and Chinese.

Ms Foxcroft is currently completing her EdD at the University of NSW in Student Wellbeing and parent partnerships.

She has a Master of Educational Leadership from UNSW, a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Drama and Theatre Studies and Theology from Chester University in the UK, as well as a PGCE from Manchester Metropolitan University.

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Ms Foxcroft reflects on joining Wenona:

I feel incredibly privileged and proud to be part of the Wenona community, everybody has been so warm and welcoming. I have been so impressed by the sense of community that exists at the School. As you walk the corridors of Wenona, it is evident that supportive relationships are at the heart of this community. Along with academic achievement, Wenona focuses on the development of qualities essential to good character and citizenship, such as fairness, concern for others, and personal responsibility.

I have been fortunate to be part of the Year 11 and Year 12 Renaissance Studies lessons which are unique to Wenona. It is extraordinary to experience students sharing their personal thoughts, opinions and experiences in such an informed and respectful manner. Everyone shares an understanding of the School's values, which clearly shape daily interactions. This is what makes Wenonians so special; they don’t settle for ordinary, they do the most ordinary things in an extraordinary manner.

It is so exciting to be part of a community that places such a strong emphasis on student voice and is pivotal in shaping students to recognise what an influence they can have in the world. It has been fascinating to see how readily the students get involved in social and environmental initiatives, including events, projects, programs, fundraisers and campaigns. Students at Wenona recognise that they are part of a global community and that they can be changemakers and make a difference to our world. I believe that the secret of life is making your story as beautiful as it can be, and I can already feel my story at Wenona is going to be just magical!