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Venturing outside and asking, “What do you see? What do you notice? What do you think?” led to Miss Richardson’s Kindergarten students becoming budding meteorologists.
How does the law respond to image-based abuse or ‘revenge porn’ as it is commonly known? As part of their Legal Studies class, Ms Campbell’s Year 11 students were tasked with critically evaluating thi ...
Charlotte talks about the ‘c’ word…Cadets…and how this taught her to have the confidence to embrace her achievements and be proud of who she is.
Last Friday, the Wenona Alumnae Committee hosted the 10th Women of Spirit Breakfast at Luna Park, raising vital funds for the means-tested Wenona Alumnae Scholarship and Awards Program.
Last week, Sophia, Zara and Annie (Year 11) headed up to Bond University in Queensland to take part in the Faculty of Law’s annual mooting competition.
How do we measure time? Well, Miss Christofa and Ms Peck’s classes have been developing their historical understanding by thinking about the days of the week and the seasons of the southern hemisphere ...
With Mother’s Day fast approaching, Junior School opened up its doors on Wednesday to showcase some of the amazing learning our K to 6 students have done this year.
At the weekend, more than 150 students from Years 4 to 12 came together to make music at Wenona’s annual Music weekend.
As it’s the final term of our prefect duties and you’ve heard the ‘Perfectly Imperfect’ speech about 17 times before, I’d like to approach this a little differently…
According to alumna Ms Emili Fox (1988), who is Co-Director of award-winning architecture firm Fox Johnston, “Architecture is nothing like The Block or House Rules.”
The Wenona History Tour for 2019 began in Sydney Airport on the 13 April, with 23 Senior College students and three teachers: Mr Staker, Mr Hollis and Miss Karsten.
The 1981 film, Gallipoli captures only a fragment of the brutal reality of warfare and represents a single generational perspective on the importance of ANZAC Day.
With the countdown to Easter on, Wenona has been finding ways to celebrate this special time of year.
Our Year 8 Science classes have been learning about electrical circuits and energy sources by building the ‘Ultimate Solar Racer’.
A lot has happened this term, both at Wenona and around the world, which we can learn a lot from.