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Wenona’s innovative ‘Renaissance woman’ approach sees School life extend far beyond the classroom. Our well-planned and expertly guided Sport and Outdoor Education programs deliver immense social, emotional and physical benefits.
Students participate in a range of sports and, if they desire, can pursue one or more through to the highest levels. The Outdoor Education program provides memorable experiences, deepening both self-awareness and sense of community. Together they help our girls grow into healthy, confident, collaborative, adventurous young women.
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Our Junior and Senior School students commemorated the sacrifice and bravery of those who served Australia at war with special assemblies.
Year 9 students ventured to Lane Cove National Park for a two-day hiking and canoeing adventure as part of the Duke of Edinburgh Award.
Senior College mothers and daughters showed support for the Aminata Maternal Foundation after its founder shared her personal journey to support the maternal health of women in Sierra Leone.
Students embodied service learning and pleased ears at a music therapy concert for aged care residents.
Wenona graduate Kate Obermayer spoke of advocacy and living with deafness at a Women of Spirit breakfast which enjoyed record attendance.
Students showed their linguistic skills and musical talent when Wenona hosted a Eurovision-inspired event ahead of the international song contest’s grand final.
Bell Shakespeare actors presented 'Romeo and Juliet' to Year 8 English students – with a twist.
Australians responsible for significant moments in the nation’s history have been celebrated in colourful portraits painted by Wenona Year 6 students.
Wenona boarders reflect on the advantages of calling school home during National Boarding Week.
Wenona’s Year 4 students gained a clearer understanding of Australia’s aboriginal and colonial history with a walking tour of The Rocks.
Rain was no barrier to successful competition and house cheers at the 2017 Junior School Athletics Carnival.
Wenona students from Kindergarten to Year 4 joined more than 500,000 children across Australia in reading a reimagining of a classic nursery rhyme for Simultaneous Storytime.
Wenona’s Amnesty Group staged a takeover of social media dedicated to the Year 12 theme that asks students to show kindness, determination and stand up for what they believe in.
An opportunity for Wenona students to participate in the Gurkhas Challenge was too good to miss.
Year 8 students embraced 'challenge by choice' at their action packed school camp.