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22 Jun 2016
Wenona chemistry students won their centre at the NSW Titration competition, the largest analytical chemistry competition in the nation.
Titration can be likened to a liquid puzzle, where chemists mix precise quantities of chemicals to determine the ingredients of an unknown solution.
Competitors completed a set of acid-based titrations, and Wenona came out with the most accurate results of the three schools at their centre.
Across a number of centres, more than 1,200 school students participated in the competition. We congratulate our girls on their efforts.
This week, Dr Thompson’s Year 9 STEM class had a chance to fly their own custom designed drones, after using 3D printers to develop and perfect their prototypes.
Our Year 6 students were bursting with energy and excitement this week as they programmed robots and created interactive games based on Louis Sachar’s book, Holes!
Wenona enjoyed an incredible day of interdisciplinary learning on Thursday, with students using their ‘big picture thinking’ to make the most of STEM Day 2019.