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Our students have been exploring how to harness the power of artificial intelligence (AI) as part of the 2019 AI for Good Challenge.
Deep inside Wenona, a veggie garden is flourishing as our green-thumbed Junior School students embrace the joys of growing their own food and flowers.
My name is Amelia and I’m going to be talking about something a little different today.
When it comes to kitschy music contests, Wenonavision is queen of the bunch. Just ask our Languages students!
Years 1 and 2 had fantastic fun making 3D bubble wands this week, and it was all in the name of Science!
Lily talks about the importance of celebrating the small successes as you strive to reach your goals.
Last Thursday, a group of very excited K to 2 students and their teachers headed off to Centennial Parklands to learn more about the wonders of nature.
Staff and students alike indulged their inner ‘petrol head’ last week as Porsches, racing cars and Ducatis revved their engines and tooted their horns at the annual Wenona Car Show.
For those of you who don’t know me, I’m Sophie, a loud leopard-print-lover from your Year 12 cohort.
Last Thursday, Years 3 to 6 took part in the Junior School Athletics Carnival at Narrabeen Athletics Track.
Girls from Years 7 and 9 put their intellectual mettle to the test at the NSW State da Vinci Decathlon last week.
Thank you to everyone who helped the Wenona Foundation raise a massive $160K for means-tested scholarships at the Wenona Sports Lunch last Friday.
The 2019 Senior Athletics Carnival was a day filled with colour, enthusiasm and excitement, along with record-breaking performances and great sportsmanship.
Last week, Ms Gordon and Ms McNerney’s Year 4 students set off for a walking tour of The Rocks, followed by a visit to the State Library.
Kristin (Year 11) reflects on why National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is important and how we can make a difference.