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From Commanding Officer – WCCU, Ms Julie-Ann de Kantzow

Waverley College Anzac Day

LOOKING BACK ON A VERY DIFFERENT ANZAC DAY IN 2019

As we all move to the online learning platform, I would like to encourage our cadets to stay connected and keep checking into their Cadets Google classroom every Friday afternoon. I have set up classrooms for recruits and rank, and will be posting videos each week for inspiration, for support and for training. Parents are most welcome to view the content with their sons, particularly the post for Friday, 3 April.

The Waverley College Cadet Unit asks all cadets to abide by a code of conduct. The Code of Conduct addresses the following parameters and is something to keep in mind in the current climate:

Honesty

Online learning requires a new level of trust and maturity. Be honest with yourselves and your teachers.

Integrity

Following on from the above, be true to yourselves, upholding strong moral principles. Take responsibility for your learning. Keep in mind the integrity of our Unit. Let’s keep unified, let’s keep connected.

Diligence

The current climate will really test this parameter. Persistent work and effort will keep you on top of things, giving you a sense of control.

Due Care and Safety

Take care of yourselves, take care of your families and take care of your community. Pay attention to the current requirements for isolation.

Respect

For yourselves, for your family, for your teachers, for your school and for the community. Treat others as you would want to be treated, especially in these difficult times.

Courtesy

Everyone is finding this difficult in different ways. Be kind to one another.

As a youth development organisation, Cadets is teaching our young people tenacity, fortitude, strength of character, confidence and service. Now, more than ever, we need to harness these skills. Now, more than ever, we need to uphold the values of Cadets:

  • Courage

  • Initiative

  • Teamwork

  • Respect