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Mina has been taking her passion for dancing and making it happen on stage for years. Everyone has a passion. The hard thing is to be fearless in pursuing it!
I could stand up here today and tell you how I try to be fearless in everything I do. But the reality is I am not, says Sports Prefect, Sophie (Year 12).
Grace (Year 12) found her voice in Year 6. Ever since, she has been unafraid to speak out against injustice or rally for positive change.
Vice Head Prefect Jasmine has hit some big milestones this year, and she’s taken inspiration from her favourite film, Ratatouille, to help her move forward.
It’s taken a few missed opportunities for Vice Head Prefect, Poppy (Year 12) to realise that you have to make the most of everything life offers you! If you don’t, you’ll regret it.
It doesn’t matter if you are an introvert, extrovert, ambivert or any other type of vert. What is most important is to march to your own beat, says Madeleine, Co-Captain of Service Learning.
How can we stay physically and mentally fit and healthy away from our normal routines? Director of Sport and Performance, Mr Tom Hill has some great advice.
Each year, we send students and staff to unite together and raise funds for positive change at the UN Women National Australia’s International Women’s Day breakfast.
When our Year 10 History students visited the Sydney Jewish Museum, they had the privilege of meeting a survivor of the Shoah (Jewish Holocaust).
In our Principal’s Assembly, we celebrated International Women’s Day 2020. Teachers and students spoke powerfully about what generation equality means to them.
Despite a weekend of wild winds and driving rain, Debating Captains, China and Lulu returned to Wenona full of the joys of Debating camp.
This week, Lucy shone a spotlight on the issue of domestic violence, reinforcing how important it is for us to remove the stigma and expose it for what it is.