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Year 11’s recent Academic Tour organised by Head of Senior School, Mrs Kerr, and Director of Student Opportunity and Career Education, Ms McFetridge, was a resounding success.
If you want to become your own boss in the future, coming up with a business idea is the first step.
This week, lots of weird and wonderful animals emerged from Hooke House, as Year 5 unleashed their creativity, designing their very own imaginary animals - complete with clever adaptations - to surviv ...
This week, Year 12 Prefect Grace talks about Resilience, Learning from others and Kindness.
Last week, Year 10 went behind the scenes at ANSTO, the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation for a closer look into the world of nuclear science and its role in finding solutions for ...
Head of Library and Information Services, Ms Stevenson, invited students to unlock their imagination and write a poem for World Poetry Day.
Our Year 6 students are lucky enough to have teachers who bring Maths to life in magical ways, showing them that it’s much more than equations and rote-learning of times tables.
Have you ever eaten red or purple celery?
The hugely talented Mrs Kristie Rumble (Hall-Johnston, 1988) spoke to a captivated group of Senior College students last week about her journey to her current career as a designer and stylist.
The Ceremonial Parade is a great demonstration of the hard work, dedication and precision that the Wenona and Shore cadets strive to uphold.
Located just two hours from Sydney, Kangaroo Valley was the perfect destination for Year 9 Camp.
Psychology teacher Ms Wenlock tries to incorporate as much practical work as possible in her lessons, and for her Year 9 students this week, this meant ‘sampling’ M&Ms!
The student-led Wenona Environment Group began researching Native Bees after visiting a local school and attending a workshop on the species last year.
Last week one of Australia's most exciting contemporary artists, Beastman, visited Wenona to paint two large-scale murals in our Miller Street courtyard.
As an overwhelmingly feminist school, Wenona does not contain the celebration of women to just one day.