2022 STUDENT VOICE
the best version of yourself and have the opportunity in a warm environment to grow confidence and find your own passions. Q. What was the secret ingredient in achieving your results? A. My main way to achieve results was to stay consistent. I set goals at the start of the year that I wanted to achieve by the end of Year 12 and set smaller goals for each assessment piece along the way as well as planning out my time weeks before due dates to avoid procrastination and being underprepared and having study routines that I could implement to stay consistent. Q. What has been your parents’ response to your development as a student at The Glennie School? A. My parents saw the hours of dedication I put into my school work this year and often said how proud they were of me and helped me wherever they could in terms of picking up my chores around the house so I had a more manageable workload. They have also told me throughout my years at Glennie how proud they were of me in how I have developed as a person and the values I have developed such as confidence, loyalty, and being aware of what I want and the work I put in to achieve it. Q. What does your immediate future hold for you? A. Depending on my ATAR and university offers, I will either be studying at USQ for a year and saving money before transferring courses and universities to Brisbane to study physiotherapy in 2024 or I will move to Brisbane early next year and study my physiotherapy course while working.
Q. What was your highlight of your time at Glennie? A. My highlight in my time at Glennie was developing friendships and becoming closer with different people over the years. Creating memories with my friends in classes, at carnivals and school events and outside of school as well were some of my best memories from Glennie. I also really enjoyed spending time with girls in the younger grades, such as getting to know the new Year 7s, the girls in our House and the Prep girls at our graduation and being able to create connections between different grades to see the girls that will come through in future years. Q. What does it mean to be a Glennie girl? A. To be a Glennie girl means that you are a part of a community, and with that you embrace the inclusive and enthusiastic culture, participating in a wide range of activities and supporting those around you. You are ambitious, strive to become
MY FAVOURITE SUBJECT WAS BIOLOGY AS I LIKED HOW THE CONTENT WAS VERY STRAIGHTFORWARD AND DEFINITION BASED RATHER THAN CONCEPTS AND PROCESSES AND ALSO ITS RELEVANCE TO REAL LIFE. IT ALSO HELPED ME REALISE MY PASSION FOR ANATOMY AND THE ENVIRONMENT AND LED ME TO PURSUING A CAREER IN HEALTH.
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