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My name is Amelia and I’m going to be talking about something a little different today.
Lily talks about the importance of celebrating the small successes as you strive to reach your goals.
For those of you who don’t know me, I’m Sophie, a loud leopard-print-lover from your Year 12 cohort.
Kristin (Year 11) reflects on why National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is important and how we can make a difference.
Charlotte talks about the ‘c’ word…Cadets…and how this taught her to have the confidence to embrace her achievements and be proud of who she is.
As it’s the final term of our prefect duties and you’ve heard the ‘Perfectly Imperfect’ speech about 17 times before, I’d like to approach this a little differently…
The 1981 film, Gallipoli captures only a fragment of the brutal reality of warfare and represents a single generational perspective on the importance of ANZAC Day.
A lot has happened this term, both at Wenona and around the world, which we can learn a lot from.
One of the many important things that Ms Webb has taught me in PDHPE is to ‘control the controllables’.
Yep, I am short! And I’m not angry at my parents for these genetics either.
Perfectly imperfect. Two words that are polar opposite in their definition, yet only two letters shift their meaning!
What does perfect mean? Annabelle (Year 12) gave her definition at Assembly this week.