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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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Music Students in Concert

Music Students in Concert

On Sunday 27 August 2017 the Specialist Music Vocal Choir and Jazz Encounter embarked on a short road trip to Nedlands to perform at a variety concert organised by the Theatre Organ Society of Western Australia.

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Vocal Students Perform at Crown Theatre

Vocal Students Perform at Crown Theatre

The Music Department at Woodvale SC has been a hive of activity this term! On Monday 28 August 2017, the College’s Junior Choir (Year 7 and Year 8 students) performed at a WA Government Schools Music Society concert at the Crown Theatre. The 55 voice choir performed two songs, ‘Hey Soul Sister’ and ‘Riptide’. Their performance was warmly received by the near-capacity audience. In addition to the choir, Woodvale SC also provided vocal soloists for the evening.

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Meningitis Information

It can develop in a number of hours. It is important to know the warning signs and to get medical treatment fast. Know the symptoms.

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Community Art Awards Feature Student Works

Community Art Awards Feature Student Works

Last term, Year 12 students Jenna H and Cassie B took part in the City of Wanneroo Community Art Awards. The event showcases the works of local artists aged 16 and over.

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Swimming Success!

Swimming Success!

Jack W (Year 10) and Rosie W (Year 8) competed at the Swimming WA State Open and Age Short Course Championships over the weekend at HBF Stadium, Claremont. Both had heavy programs but managed to produce personal best times in almost all of their events. Please click “Read More” below for more information about their achievements.

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