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Service Learning tours are a highlight for our Year 9 students, giving them an opportunity to immerse themselves in hard work and embrace diverse cultures in communities across outback Australia and E ...
During the holidays, 11 students, 11 parents and 3 teachers from Wenona successfully completed the Kokoda Trail, a gruelling 96 kilometres of tropical jungle, remote villages and rough track.
When Jasmine (Year 10), Lily (Year 9) and Isabella (Year 8) were asked to speak at Assembly, they had to confront their fear of being imperfect. Here is what they had to say.
It has been a long week of celebration and goodbyes as we bid the Class of 2018 a very fond farewell.
Last week, 54 Year 11 Business Studies students headed off to Kempsey to learn more about the manufacturing process of Australian icon, Akubra.
Ten of Wenona’s Senior School students were lucky enough to attend the Jessie Street Library’s annual luncheon with guest speaker, Kate McClymont, at NSW Parliament House recently.
They’re living in the age of Big Data, so our Year 10 students were thrilled to visit Quantium last week to learn how it combines the best of human and artificial intelligence to power possibilities f ...
Miss Minifie’s Year 10 PASS students have enjoyed exploring different aspects of physical fitness performance and participation, including a recent visit to the innovative Speedfit gym.
On Tuesday, Paige (Year 11) spoke at our Principal’s Assembly about the importance of celebrating Peace and Gratitude Day, and acknowledging the many freedoms we take for granted here in Australia.
Collaboration brings fresh ideas and new perspectives. Just ask Maths teacher, Mr Little! He’s been working collaboratively with the Science Department to bring data to life for our Year 7 students. A ...
Talk about public speaking with panache! The ability of our Junior School finalists to engage and entertain an audience that included Dr Scott, senior leaders, teachers, parents and peers, was impress ...
What’s boarding like at Wenona? This week, Jessica, our new Boarding Prefect for 2018-2019, gave us the lowdown on food, friends and fitting in.
While staff at Wenona are required to complete first aid training, students can also make a difference in an accident or emergency situation if they’re probably trained.
Some of our brilliant and creative Junior School thinkers put their collective brainpower to the test recently, competing in the Tournament of Minds (TOM) at Roseville College.
Olivia (Year 11) is our new Head Prefect, but like everyone, has had her fair share of failure. Here’s her advice on how to deal with it.