Windmill - Feminist Issue
Editor's Letter: Welcome Windmillers to yet another issue, As you can see from our beautiful front cover (shout out to Liv), this issue is on Girl Power. If you’ve been an eager follower of the Windmill magazine, you must remember that we had a similar issue previously.
This is a very special issue for all of our editors as we are all proud feminists.
Thank you and we hope you enjoy reading!
Swetha, Liv and Aimen
Windmill - The Magician
Welcome back Windmill readers, we are back with our first issue of this academic year. It’s jam-packed with amazing articles including recipes, book recommendations, movie reviews and Halloween themed articles!
It was hard with COVID last year to have released the normal amount of issues—we managed one per term—but this year we are back on track for half-termly publication!
Try and encourage yourself to wear your masks both at school and outside to prevent any further lockdowns and hopefully life will return to normal.
Enjoy the fantastic start back to school!
Aimen Malik (Year 10)
- The safety of Women
- Top 5 Summer Reads
- Looking after your Mental Health
- The TG5K
In this issue...
- US Election
- Black Lives Matter
- Plastic Pollution
- Odd Socks day at TGS
- and many more...
Hello Windmillers, Hope you’re all doing well at this chaotic time! At this moment, we all need to unite and help each other. Just remember, there is always light at the end of the tunnel. This is a major moment in history that no one will forget. At this moment in time, we should not lose hope. Everything will be good soon, just hang in there and don’t worry about it too much. We have decided to focus this issue on Easter. This will surely brighten your day.
Best wishes, Swetha
New Year’s Revolutions and How To Keep Them!
By Amelia - 7J
Set yourself manageable goals that you are more likely to achieve: 10 small goals in a year rather than one big one. For example, each week try and go a day without sugar. It is always nice to have someone to help you and give you some support or a reminder. For example, if you are trying to read more ask your friend or family member when you have some spare time to read.....
Halloween - all you ever need to know!
by Year 7's Genevieve
Pumpkins - why do we do what we do?
Pumpkin carving comes from Celtic times where, during a festival called Samuin, they would carve scary pictures into pumpkins to ward off evil spirits.
In this Issue... SLT Interviews / Department Best Bits / Tolworth at Wimbledon / Summer Reading Recommendations / Volunteering in the Library... and many more!
This issue, we're celebrating Mental Health Awareness Week and Healthy Schools Week with our theme - Wellbeing!
Thank you to all our fantastic contributors for their hard work on this month's issue.