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A standout moment during National Reconciliation Week at Wenona was a powerful and inspiring speech by Head Prefect Jemima (Year 12).
How school sport participation can lay the groundwork for future career success.
Dr Scott continued her series on inspirational women in Assembly this week, highlighting their significant contributions to the advancement of gender equality.
Years 4 to 5 International Baccalaureate students reveal new depths of understanding.
Students dive into the world of TEDx for a window into the work of some inspiring change makers.
Careers Captain Liv creatively uses the humble cauliflower as a metaphor to inspire her peers towards unwavering self-assurance.
Boarding Captain Lucy (Year 12) shares her wisdom on making a difference, drawing from her rich and woolly experiences on the family sheep farm.
Raising Vital Funds for Breast Cancer Research.
Survivors of the notorious Kinchela Boys Home share their moving experiences with Wenona.
Accepting Imperfection and Engaging in Self-Reflection.
Inspired by her hero Taylor Swift, Palmer House Captain Eliza (Year 12), advocates embracing vulnerability to make a meaningful impact.
Wenona Makes a Difference at Sydney's Annual Gold Dinner.
Wenona Senior School students transformed their pre-loved clothes into tools for female empowerment this week, with Take 2 Fashion, a charity event supporting Dress for Success.
Showcasing Wenona’s warmth and camaraderie.
An accomplished artist transforming a Wenona stairwell into a thing of beauty.