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This week, Wenona was a riot of colourful national costumes, as we celebrated the rich diversity of our community for Harmony Day.
For the first time since the Shore unit was established in 1908, the annual Ceremonial Parade was led by two female Cadets from Wenona.
Perfectly imperfect. Two words that are polar opposite in their definition, yet only two letters shift their meaning!
On Wednesday, the Junior School Cross Country Carnival went ahead at St Leonards Park in slightly wet conditions.
It takes more than a spot of rain to scare off our alumnae, particularly when it comes to having breakfast with their daughters!
What does perfect mean? Annabelle (Year 12) gave her definition at Assembly this week.
Happy International Women’s Day! And as our students have shown, we are ‘More Powerful Together’.
Our Year 11 Visual Arts students were bowled over by works from Cézanne, Matisse and Picasso at the Art Gallery of NSW recently.
From visiting the Eiffel Tower and Le Mont-Saint Michel to attending French schools, our students loved their French exchange experiences.
Last week, Year 10 headed off to Jindabyne for a week of leadership and “off the grid” adventure. And Dr Scott and Mr Staker tagged along too.
For our Year 11 Legal Studies students, a trip to the Downing Centre Law Courts was a real eye opener.
Boarder, Kate (Year 12) speaks about the acceptance and confidence she has gained since coming to Wenona.
When I arrived at Wenona in 2015, I was impressed by the scale of the Music program, which encompasses a K-12 curriculum and a broad range of co-curricular ensembles.
Wenona vibrated with jazz music, laughter and lively conversation at the annual Welcome Cocktail Party last Friday.
Boarder Tilly (Year 9) generously shared her knowledge of cotton growing with Year 3 this week, prompting lots of questions!