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Watching seeds grow is amazing, as our students in Woodstock have discovered this term. In fact, it’s been like having a front row seat to the magic that is plants growing.
The magical world of Chinese lion dancing, Chinese instruments and traditional Chinese bracelet making came to Wenona recently and our Year 5 girls loved every moment.
We had ‘great expectations’ of our Year 10 Drama students this week and they didn’t disappoint, bringing Dickens’ story of hope, vanity, snobbery and love to life in two fabulous performances.
Year 8 recently headed north to camp in the spectacular bushland of Berowra Waters on the mighty Hawkesbury River.
Ahead of Refugee Week 2018, Rose (Year 12) addressed Assembly and encouraged everyone to celebrate the valued contributions refugees make to our society.
Our Year 12 Chemistry students recently travelled to Sydney Water to learn more about chemical monitoring and management.
Families from Kindergarten to Year 3 attended Wenona’s inaugural Family Saturday Art Day at the Museum of Contemporary Art recently, for a fun, hands-on and colourful workshop.
Conveying the depth and detail needed by our students to fully understand the terrible events of the Holocaust is a complex task, and one our History Department approaches carefully and respectfully.
Girls from Junior and Senior School had an opportunity to test their intellectual mettle at the Da Vinci Decathlon 2018 last week, competing against some of the brightest students in Sydney to solve m ...
Year 4 ventured back in time recently to discover more about The Rocks’ rich heritage and history, including early colonial life and Aboriginal culture.
Watch out Karrie Webb! Not only do Miss Minifie’s Year 10 PASS students know all about birdies, bogeys and albatrosses, but they recently taught some Year 6 students how to swing a golf club.
Since we introduced our Cadets program last year, it has gone from strength to strength, with Wenona students achieving great success at the Junior and Senior Leaders Course, and with an intake of 35 ...
Our Maths Department has been busy this term, with a fun-filled incursion to promote collaboration and critical thinking, and an excursion to UNSW, which placed a career in Maths on student horizons.
Last week, Portia (Year 12), Isabelle (Year 11) and Paige (Year 11) put their advocacy skills to the test at the National High School Mooting Competition at Bond University in Brisbane, battling it ou ...
Language pedagogy has come a long way since the days of chanting “amo, amas, amat”, while trying to master the ablative absolute and the gerundive.