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2016 Term 3
Budding filmmakers win people’s choice award
Budding Year 8 filmmakers won the People’s Choice award for Interrelate’s NSW Film Festival for High Schools at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School.
Celebrating 130 years of Wenona
In a special concert, Wenona celebrated the changing rights of women against a background of a changing local, national, and global landscape, in our 130-year celebration event.
Charlotte of Year 12 wins major poetry prize
Wenona Year 12 student Charlotte has been announced as winner of the John Marsden and Hachette Australia Poetry Prize for Young Writers at Melbourne Writers Festival.
David Van Tol in the Vesuvius region
Follow David Van Tol as he travels to 79AD on his Wenona Fellowship.
English-inspired science: Robotics in Year 6
Inspired by their English text, Louis Sachar’s Holes, Year 6 use LEGO Mindstorms to program robots thought a series of challenges.
Journalist and writer Gabrielle Tozer speaks to students for Book Week
Inspired by the theme 'Australia: Story Country', Book Week activities took a particularly Aussie slant across the School.
Journalist Lucy Clark speaks about her beautiful failure
The senior editor at Guardian Australia spoke to RWLN educators about broadening the notion of success, drawing from personal experience and journalistic inquiry.
Students chop their hair for charity
Miranda of Year 12 pioneered Wenona's second annual Sustainable Salons event with hair donations going to cancer and alopecia sufferers.
Wenona girls meet social activist Tanya Hosch at Jessie Street National Women’s Library
Six Wenona girls attended the annual fundraiser at NSW Parliament, where they met members of the library, students from other schools and spoke with the guest speaker.
Wenona’s debaters win Archdale competition
Wenona's 8A team came out on top debating affirmative on the topic that we should teach Indigenous Australians in their native language.
Wenona’s Young Makers present bionic hands for Sydney Science Week
Wenona’s Year 9 Applied STEM elective students showcased their latest projects at the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences’ inaugural Young Creators Conference in August.
Year 9 Science showcase
Selected Year 9 Science projects, spanning everything from Physics to Effective Communications, were exhibited and judged by an external panel at Wenona.
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