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PARENTING TEENAGERS

As your teenager becomes more independent you may feel that you are losing contact with them. They may begin spending more time with their friends, hanging out in their rooms, going to sporting commitments or other activities and just generally not being around. Don’t despair! Look for opportunities that provide quality time. Dinner at the table altogether a few times a week is always a great way to catch up. Chatting over the dishes or a quick catch up before bedtime can keep the communication links open. And for more meaningful times together find out what your teenager enjoys and even if you don’t enjoy it, make the effort to do that activity together every now and then. The time you take now will insure a quality relationship with your teenager for years to come.

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Tournament of Minds

Tournament of Minds

On Saturday 26 August 2017 Dinesh T, Shantelle J, Leila L, Bella R, Sarah L, Hayley P and Joel W competed in the Regional Tournament of Minds held at ECU Joondalup. Students found the Tournament both challenging and a lot of fun.

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Senior Wind Orchestra Performs at Crown Theatre

Senior Wind Orchestra Performs at Crown Theatre

The Senior Wind Orchestra took the opportunity on 21 August 2017 to perform two pieces at the Crown Theatre for the WA Government Schools Music Society series of concerts. The whole band looked magnificent in their music uniforms and were excellent ambassadors of the College’s Music program.

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WSC Drama Production

WSC Drama Production

What a week it has been for students involved in the College Drama Production! Audiences were treated to three brilliant performances over three days: an absurdist piece written by Mika L and performed by Mika L and Cassie B; a stand-up comedy routine written and performed by Jessica C and, the showstopper, Alvin and the Queen, featuring a cast of nine.

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Annual Lower School Music Camp

Annual Lower School Music Camp

On 27 July 2017, 128 music students and nine staff embarked on a trip to Serpentine for the annual lower school music camp. The camp was held over three days, with music rehearsals and team building activities the focus of the program.

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Student Success at the WA Brain Bee Championships

Student Success at the WA Brain Bee Championships

The Australian Brain Bee Challenge is the country’s only neuroscience competition for high school students. It is designed to test students’ knowledge of neuroscience and associated conditions/diseases of the brain as well as engage with students who may be interested in pursuing neuroscience as a career. Woodvale Secondary College had four students attend the Brain Bee state competition.

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