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An augmented reality for sports studies
Year 9 uses innovative technology to explore sport.
Australian drama explored in two plays
Drama students perform two modern plays, written and translated for young Australian audiences.
Australia's reconciliation journey
Wenona celebrated National Reconciliation Week with guest speaker Ms Susan Moylan-Coombs.
Balmoral Swim for Cancer
36 enthusiastic, competitive, and charitable girls raised over $7,500 for the Children's Cancer Institute.
Becoming active and inspirational leaders
Year 9 students attended a series of inspirational talks and participated in energising group activities at yLead's Altitude Day.
Capital Appeal Ball
The Wenona Foundation Capital Appeal Ball will be held on Saturday, May 28 at the Westin Hotel, Sydney.
da Vinci Decathlon
Students in Years 5, 6 and 7 challenged and stimulated their minds in the da Vinci Decathlon.
Exploring Aboriginal art
Aboriginal artist Wukun Wanambi spoke with Junior School students about sharing cultural expression through art.
Food Revolution Day
Junior School learned about the importance of healthy, balanced and sustainable eating habits.
Wenona celebrates its 130th birthday!
Group problem solving at Year 6 camp
Year 6 students visited Attunga and participated in Group Problem Solving (GPS) activities.
Hannah Buckling heading to Rio
Water Polo star Hannah Buckling to represent Australia at Rio.
Grace Barrett-Lennard and Natasha Hoole have been selected in the NSW CIS Open Girls Hockey Team.
Illuminating student creativity
Junior School students participated in 'Light Shadow', exploring themes relating to design and creativity.
International Women's Day Breakfast
14 Wenona girls attended the UN Women Sydney International Women's Day Breakfast.
Junior girls work with circuits in STEM Day
Students problem solved across a series of workshops for the annual science day.
Junior School Swimming Carnival
There was thriving team spirit and noteworthy achievements at the 2016 Junior School Swimming Carnival.
Mathematical and scientific thinking
Wenona teachers have been working with Deakin University to help foster creative mathematical and critical scientific thinking.
Max Miller conducts etching workshop for Year 9 Visual Arts students
The Southern Highlands-based artist led the girls through the history of printmaking.
Most improved in IPSHA swimming
Wenona was awarded the Most Improved School for 2016 at the IPSHA Swimming and Diving Carnival.
NAO robot demonstration
Year 9 students participated in an interactive demonstration of a NAO robot.
National Simultaneous Storytime
Wenona joined over 500,000 students across Australia in National Simultaneous Storytime.
National Young Leaders Day
Four Junior School Prefects joined 6,000 students at the National Young Leader’s Day.
NSW Schools Titration success
Wenona girls solve chemical puzzle in state competition.
Peripatetic Music Tutors’ Concert
Our music peripatetic tutors presented a stunning evening of musical performances.
Pledge for parity
Ms Xanthe Emery from the Immigration Advice and Rights Centre was our guest speaker at our International Women's Day Assembly this week.
'Standing Tall' to make positive life choices
At the 'Stand Tall' event, Year 9 girls were inspired to adopt proven strategies for making positive life choices.
STEM Transport Showcase
Wenona was visited by car motors, solar racers, robots and more!
Successful BOSTES endorsement
Wenona has been endorsed by BOSTES to deliver Quality Teaching Council (QTC) Registered PD.
Supporting learning and literacy in PNG
In partnership with SEAM Fund, Junior School are creating storybooks with students from Papua New Guinea.
Sydney Relay for Life 2016
50 Wenona student and their parents raised over $8,000 for the NSW Cancer Council.
Stitching with spatial intelligence.
The Car Restoration Club’s Morris Minor takes shape
The vintage car’s base is sanded and built, ready to be fitted out with an engine.
Visual Arts Ephemera Challenge
Year 10 students create miniature temporary sculptures.
Visual Arts Workshop
Archibald prize finalist joins Visual Art students at Wenona.
Wenona alumna Ashleigh Cummings (2010) stars in STC’s 'The Hanging'
Years 10 and 11 Drama students saw fellow Wenonian in the Australian crime thriller.
Wenona Art Fair
The Wenona Art Fair will run from Wednesday 11 May to Saturday 14 May in The Independent Theatre.
Wenona decked out in denim to help cure childhood disease
Staff and students donated a dollar for the annual Jeans for Genes Day fundraiser.
Women in Defence High Tea
Four Wenona girls attended the Women in Defence High Tea to celebrate International Women's Day.
Women in Science Symposium
Year 9 and 10 students attended the Women in Science Symposium as part of International Women's Day.
Workshops with music legends
Two workshops were run by Mr Paul Goodchild and Mr Alan Holley for our brass players and composition students.
Xanthe of Year 11 and Katerina of Year 10 in Mosman Art Youth Prize
Two of Wenona’s budding artists have been named in the local award for 2016.
Year 12 Retreat
Year 12 students spent three days consolidating friendship and embracing the joy of now.
Year 7 Design Thinking Day
Year 7 uses Design Thinking to build a zoo.
Year 8 Camp
Students learned about creating supportive, encouraging, friendly and optimistic environments at Year 8 Camp.
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