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Wenona’s Cadets ranked highly in a Junior Promotions Course held in April, with five among the top 10 participants just six weeks after the School introduced the co-curricular activity.
Year 6 students learnt the art of being active listeners as part of their training to lead Wenona’s Junior School peer support program.
Year 9 students ventured to Lane Cove National Park for a two-day hiking and canoeing adventure as part of the Duke of Edinburgh Award.
Wenona teachers began Term 2 with a professional development day that explored ways to build a culture of reflection and help students actively seek feedback.
The recent Year 9 History excursion brought to life concepts of immigration and movement of peoples.
Ella is among the top four independent girls' schools tennis players in the state and continues to reach new heights in the sport.
Representatives from UAL visited Wenona to see some of our high achieving work in textiles and design.
As part of their Commerce studies, our group of Year 10s learnt about running a small business, from the strategy and planning to the delivery and execution.
To help them with their class assessments, our Year 10 History students visited the Sydney Jewish Museum to give them a deeper understanding of the Jewish Holocaust.
Our Year 6 prefects tell us how the Junior School students acknowledged Harmony Day—the celebration of diversity and culture in Australia.
After an adventure-packed week spent in Bateman's Bay, here's Rose of Year 11's reflection on her camp experience.
As part of their Pastoral Care Program, we offer both the girls and parents the tools to enhance and sustain our students' wellbeing.
To celebrate International Women's Day, in this week's assembly Community and Service Learning Prefect Hannah spoke about the background of International Women's Day. We were also joined by Guest Spea ...
Four Year 6 Prefect attend the The Halogen Foundation Young Leadership conference at the International Convention Centre in Sydney.
Social Entrepreneur Jan Owen delivered an inspiring talk to our staff and guests about strategic disruption and our role as educators.