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2019 Term 3

  • Building global awareness - What better way to increase global perspective, understanding and insight than by participating in the Model United Nations Assembly (MUNA) 2019 competition.
  • Creative Arts Tour 2019 - In the July holidays, 38 Creative Arts students from Years 10 and 11 headed off to Amsterdam, Paris and New York, accompanied by Ms Jalili, Ms McNally, Mr Newall and Ms Carson.
  • Happy 133rd birthday Wenona - On the last day of Term 2, the School community came together to celebrate a very special birthday: Wenona turned 133!
  • Inanimate Alice sparks Year 6’s curiosity - The beautiful digital series, Inanimate Alice is transforming the way Year 6 students tell stories, and it is captivating even the most reluctant reader.
  • Science Week at Wenona - The theme of National Science Week this year is 'Destination Moon'. And to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, Wenona has enjoyed talks from a space lawyer, a former NASA scientist and a world leading expert on stars.
  • Wenona go for gold in Bathurst - The gold rush and the diggers who worked in the goldfields are etched into Australian folklore, as our Year 5 students discovered on their recent 3-day camp at Bathurst.
  • Wenona’s Duke of Ed adventures - Our Bronze and Silver Duke of Edinburgh students grabbed their backpacks and headed outdoors during the July holidays, putting their training and teamwork to the test.
  • Wenona’s Wizard of Oz - Last weekend, the Wenona community went off to see the Wizard, the wonderful Wizard of Oz. He was definitely ‘a whiz of a whiz’, as were the cast, crew and musicians!
  • Year 3 embrace celebration - A ‘See, Think, Wonder’ exercise based on five of the world’s major religions was a perfect launch pad for Year 3 to explore some great critical thinking this week.
  • Year 5 shape it up - This week, our Year 5 students got to grips with computational thinking, learning how to alter their outlook to grasp the world in the same way a computer does.