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It takes more than a spot of wild weather to stop a Wenona Swimming Carnival. Both our Junior and Senior Swimming Carnivals were full of camaraderie and great House spirit!
Despite a weekend of wild winds and driving rain, Debating Captains, China and Lulu returned to Wenona full of the joys of Debating camp.
Great food, great jazz music and great conversation. What’s not to love about the Wenona Welcome Cocktail Party, as our wonderful parent community discovered last Friday!
On a visit to The Downing Centre this week, our Year 11 Legal Studies students were privileged to observe part of the Chris Dawson committal proceeding.
This week, Lucy shone a spotlight on the issue of domestic violence, reinforcing how important it is for us to remove the stigma and expose it for what it is.
Time capsules are fun. Just ask Year 1, who learnt a lot about themselves when they custom designed their very own time capsules for their ‘Who We Are’ PYP Inquiry Unit.
Our Boarding House holds a special place in the Wenona community, and it was great to hear it reverberating with laughter, as our boarders enjoyed their first ‘closed weekend’.
This week, the Wenona Parents’ Association (WPA) kicked off the first of their Welcome Lunches, with our Year 12 parents and key staff coming together at what was an incredibly enjoyable event.
This week, China bravely spoke out about her personal Mount Everest: mental health. She encouraged us to look out for each other and support anyone who is struggling.
This week we welcomed lots of new faces to Wenona, including our new Head of Junior School, Ms Justine Lind.
Starting a new school can be daunting, but at Wenona, you are only new for a day! It’s been wonderful to welcome Wenonians old and new, and to see everyone settling in well to Term 1.
At our first Principal’s Assembly for 2020, our Head Prefect, Milly, welcomed everyone back to Wenona, with some great advice for our new Year 7 cohort.
This term, our Year 4 students have been undertaking an inquiry-based project into places: local, national and international.
If you are nervous about networking, do more of it! Our Year 9 and 10 students polished their networking skills this week, perfecting the art of conversation with alumnae and other professionals.
Last week’s Year 9 Drama Showcase of Midsummer Night’s Dream and Macbeth at the Independent Theatre was a riot of ricocheting relationships and murderous toil and trouble.