Cultural

Visual Art

Art work made with recycled plastic bags


TWC produces girls who are visually literate and have an appreciation for Art and Art History. Girls are encouraged to be creative and artistic talent is nurtured from Grades 8 and 9 when all girls take subject Art. This continues in Grades 10 to 12 for those girls studying Visual Art as a Grade 12 subject.

Dramatic Art

Annual drama productions


Drama is a vibrant part of life at TWC and each year there is at least one major drama production in addition to several other opportunities to take part in dramatic productions. Dramatic Art is taught to all girls in Grades 8 and 9 and may be taken as a subject by girls in Grades 10 - 12.

Music as a subject

Wind Ensemble


Study in Music develops self-discipline and persistence and outstanding physical co-ordination and is actively encouraged - as a subject or as an extra-curricular option. Subject Music is offered within the school day from Grade 8 with the additional option to study Music as a subject from Grade 10 to Grade 12.

Music - extra-curricular

Several choirs


Music permeates all aspects of school life and the Choirs, and Wind and String Ensembles, can often be heard rehearsing in the mornings before school. A wide range of instruments is available for study, including but not limited to Piano, Drums, Clarinet, Saxophone, Flute, Oboe, Recorder, Guitar, Violin, Cello and Voice.

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