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Remember the infamous ‘Carpe Diem’ scene in the film Dead Poet’s Society? Well, ‘memento mori’ has been the inspiration for Ms Sinclair’s Year 9 Visual Arts students.
The Big Bad Wolf might have huffed and puffed this week, but Year 2 have mastered the science behind forces, cleverly constructing houses to withstand his might as part of their latest PYP Unit of Inq ...
“It was a silent end for a brave and true warrior.” So said the Saxon noblewoman as she killed a Norman knight at The Battle of Hastings this week – bravely re-enacted by Year 8 in the School Hall.
Brightly coloured dips make for a fantastic spread, as Ms Jalili’s Year 9 Food Tech students found out this week, with a masterclass in dips to suit every palate.
As any centenarian can tell you, reaching 100 is a BIG deal! And this week, our Kindergarten and Year 1 students celebrated 100 days of school with a TON of 100-themed activities!
Dr Thompson’s Year 9 STEM students have been channelling technology to construct bionic hands using Bluetooth, as well as using Augmented Reality to tour the world!
What an exciting start to Semester 2, with our Principal, Dr Scott welcoming staff, students and guests to our new building, The Athenaeum, named after Athena, Greek Goddess of Wisdom and Courage.
This term, Year 6 created the world’s newest country by imagining that Tasmania had ‘done a Brexit’. And they spoke to local Federal MP, Mr Trent Zimmerman about the challenges of government.
Whether it’s a house or an apartment, we all live somewhere. And this term, Ms Furlong Alexanderson’s Year 8 Spanish students have mastered the vocabulary to describe where they live.
The best journeys always lead us home, just ask Year 1! For their PYP unit, ‘Where we are in Place and Time’, they explored this central idea, learning a lot about their mums and grandmas in the proce ...
Our Year 12 Chemistry students recently competed in a closely contested Interhouse Titration competition. And our talented Science Teacher, Ms Horsham penned this ode to them.
Last week, Wenona’s Year 4 students helped to build a brighter future for children in remote communities in PNG, by making solar lights so they can study after dark.
This term, Ms Peck’s Year 2 students have been embracing figurative language, making powerful use of alliteration, personification, similes and metaphors to express themselves.
To help someone who is in pain or is suffering is a beautiful thing. So said Wenona alumnae Sophie Sinclair (PY2012), a nurse, and Monique Bain (PY2012), a physio, at our latest Twilight Session.
The theme of National Reconciliation Week, ‘In This Together’, was an opportunity for our community to reflect on the past and consider how we can collectively improve our future.