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2020 Term 2
All the leaves are brown…
When our Kindergarten students returned to on-campus learning this term, they were thrilled to discover that the Autumn leaves had fallen, prompting lots of great learning!
An Ode to Titration: Winners are Grinners
Our Year 12 Chemistry students recently competed in a closely contested Interhouse Titration competition. And our talented Science Teacher, Ms Horsham penned this ode to them.
ANZAC Day: Lest we forget
On Tuesday, Wenona commemorated ANZAC Day via Zoom, with a moving Principal’s Assembly for Senior School and the Junior School Prefects leading their peers in a heartfelt Assembly.
Can algae change the world?
It may be green and slimy, but algae could be the silver bullet to many of our environmental challenges, as alumna, Maddy Satterthwaite (PY2016) explained to Wenona this week.
Light up, light up, Wenona!
Last week, Wenona’s Year 4 students helped to build a brighter future for children in remote communities in PNG, by making solar lights so they can study after dark.
Mi casa es su casa
Whether it’s a house or an apartment, we all live somewhere. And this term, Ms Furlong Alexanderson’s Year 8 Spanish students have mastered the vocabulary to describe where they live.
Oh D.E.A.R. Wenona
This week, Wenona celebrated Drop Everything and Read (D.E.A.R.), with an hour-long Athenaeum Reading Commons where the whole School tucked into their favourite book.
Staying fit and healthy at Wenona
As we venture back to school while still facing an extended period of time without structured sport it is increasingly important to maintain our positive approach to staying active and sticking to our exercise routines.
Texit: Tasmania breaks away
This term, Year 6 created the world’s newest country by imagining that Tasmania had ‘done a Brexit’. And they spoke to local Federal MP, Mr Trent Zimmerman about the challenges of government.
The art of successful communication
This term, Ms Peck’s Year 2 students have been embracing figurative language, making powerful use of alliteration, personification, similes and metaphors to express themselves.
There’s no place like home!
The best journeys always lead us home, just ask Year 1! For their PYP unit, ‘Where we are in Place and Time’, they explored this central idea, learning a lot about their mums and grandmas in the process.
Twilight Sessions: A Nurse and a Physio
To help someone who is in pain or is suffering is a beautiful thing. So said Wenona alumnae Sophie Sinclair (PY2012), a nurse, and Monique Bain (PY2012), a physio, at our latest Twilight Session.
Wenona Walkers on Mother’s Day
They’re back! The Wenona Walkers, who have been such loyal supporters of the Mother’s Day Classic, will be taking part this Sunday… albeit, a little differently.
Wenona: In This Together
The theme of National Reconciliation Week, ‘In This Together’, was an opportunity for our community to reflect on the past and consider how we can collectively improve our future.
Wenona’s award-winning writers
Have you ever dreamed of being an award-winning published writer? Jessica (Year 7) and Emma (Year 8) have. They recently won the Nan Manefield Young Writer’s Award.
Wenona’s Biome Exhibition!
Our Year 3 students have been conducting their own research into biomes, proudly holding an exhibition this week, with fabulous dioramas, posters and videos on display across the piazza.
Wenona’s creativity shines bright
There are a myriad of ways that our students weave creativity into their everyday lives, as Wenona’s Director of Creative Arts (Acting), Ms Carson explains.
Wenona’s Twilight Insights
On Tuesday, Senior College students caught up via Zoom with Wenona alumna Bonnie MacTavish (2000), Head of Experience Strategy at Nightjar, to hear about her career post school.
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