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Student Blog: Welcome to a new School Year
Olivia, our Head Prefect gave this welcome address at the Principal’s Assembly this week.
Everyone should learn a language
For the first time, Wenona has a Languages Captain. This week, Zara spoke at Assembly about why the ability to speak different languages is important in a global world.
Let’s be Fear-less!
This week at our Principal’s Assembly, the new Prefect Initiative for 2019/2020 was unveiled, with a hilarious video to promote being ‘Fear-less’!
Student Blog: The last word
Our Senior Leaders for 2018/19 wrapped up their duties at Assembly this week, with Olivia, Mya and Isobel summing up their initiative, ‘Perfectly Imperfect’.
Student Blog: Accept challenge!
A lot has happened this term, both at Wenona and around the world, which we can learn a lot from.
Student Blog: Being cool
My name is Amelia and I’m going to be talking about something a little different today.
Student Blog: Bonjour Wenona
Our Year 11 French Exchange students, Alix, Solène, Jeanne, Noélie and Hipollène describe some of the differences between Wenona and schooling in France.
Student Blog: Channel your inner ‘monkey’
Lily talks about the importance of celebrating the small successes as you strive to reach your goals.
Student Blog: Control the Controllables
One of the many important things that Ms Webb has taught me in PDHPE is to ‘control the controllables’.
Student Blog: International Women’s Day 2019
Happy International Women’s Day! And as our students have shown, we are ‘More Powerful Together’.
Student Blog: Leaders old and new
This week, we held a Leadership Induction Service for our new leaders, and our new Head Prefect, Amelia addressed the School for the first time.
Student Blog: My journey to Wenona
Boarder, Kate (Year 12) speaks about the acceptance and confidence she has gained since coming to Wenona.
Student Blog: National Reconciliation Week 2019
Kristin (Year 11) reflects on why National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is important and how we can make a difference.
Student Blog: The Act of Kindness
Perfectly imperfect. Two words that are polar opposite in their definition, yet only two letters shift their meaning!
Student Blog: The benefits of being short
Yep, I am short! And I’m not angry at my parents for these genetics either.
Student Blog: The power of kindness
As Britta explained in Assembly this week, kindness has a bigger impact than you realise.
Student Blog: Unapologetically you
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.
Student Blog: What’s your ‘thing’?
What does perfect mean? Annabelle (Year 12) gave her definition at Assembly this week.
Student Blog: Words of Wit and Wisdom
Our Co-Captain of Drama, Josie entertained Assembly this week, with her funny insight into gaining perspective.
Student Blog: You are all amazing
We are all ‘perfect’ in our own way, as Jessica explained to Assembly this week.
Student Blog: Your goals will change
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…
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