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Articles for July, 2013

Nurturing the introvert

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

In an arguably extrovert-centred world, there is a need to foster different types of engagement and participation to individually cater for every girl. Mrs Emma Lowry, Head of England House, contends that what constitutes ‘engagement’ differs for everyone, particularly for students who are introverted.

Raising awareness, promoting understanding, taking action

Friday, July 26th, 2013

Anna McArthur-Dowty 10R wants to see the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians closed in her lifetime. Raising awareness to help promote understanding is her first step in taking action.

The Chosen

Thursday, July 25th, 2013

Seeing the lights come up on the opening night of the Senior Production, The Chosen, will be incredibly exciting. Drama teacher and Head of Lilley House Mrs Sybil Edwards tells why — after two years of dreaming, workshopping, scripting and shaping — this will be a School event not to be missed.

A matter of opinion

Friday, July 12th, 2013

Everything begins with a thought. One thought develops into an accumulation of thoughts. These thoughts build up, and we make links between them to form opinions. The development of our opinions leads to action, which inspires more thought! Madalyn Conwell 12L asserts the importance of teenagers having their own opinions.