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24 Feb 2016
Woodstock and Year Three students had a culturally enriching opportunity to develop their understanding of Aboriginal Culture and Art this week with a visit from Wukun Wanambi. Wukun is a Yolgnu man from East Arnhem Land, who is well known throughout the world for his artwork. The girls listened to a presentation on producing a pole artwork based upon the movement of fish within the oceans and people across the land. Wukun demonstrated painting techniques demonstrating on skin using natural white ochre with handmade brushes. This firsthand experience was a valuable part of our History topic where we are exploring Community and Remembrance. Many of the girls demonstrated their curiosity and wonder through their questions about how he makes his artworks and where he gets his ideas. Wakun Wanambi’s work is highly regarded throughout the world and it was fascinating to hear about his country and his career as an artist.
How can we stay physically and mentally fit and healthy away from our normal routines? Director of Sport and Performance, Mr Tom Hill has some great advice.
Wenona remains open, but we’ve trialled our Athenaeum Learning Pathway this week, with different year groups working from home or off campus. It was fantastic to see our community’s enthusiasm, grace ...
As part of their PYP unit, Where we are in place and time, our Year 2 students discovered that Earth has changed dramatically over the past 4.5 billion years and that technology is relatively new.