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2022 Term 4

  • Academic Retreat - he final year of school is a crucial time in a young person's life. To set the Class of 2023 up to flourish and achieve their own personal best, Wenona recently held an Academic Retreat at Youthworks Waterslea Conference Centre in Nowra.
  • Adventures in Art - Students of all abilities converge in the Undercroft to express their inner artist during Drawvember.
  • Ecological Restoration - An environmental service activity has enhanced the biology knowledge, gardening skills and environmental awareness of students in Year 7.
  • Failing Forward - Inspirational words from Prefect and Tennis Captain Zoe (Year 11), on failing your way to success.
  • From Ukraine to Australia - Ukrainian refugee Dasha (Year 10), shared her experiences in Assembly, with the call for us all to take action for the sake of her country and the victims of the war.
  • Get Global! - ‘A diverse mix of voices leads to better discussions, decisions, and outcomes for everyone’ – Sundar Pichai, CEO for Google and Alphabet.
  • Hands In - In Assembly, members of Wenona’s Student Leadership Team share their youthful insights and advice with their younger peers. This week’s message comes from Community and Service Learning Prefect, Valentina.
  • Inspiring the Next Generation of Female Engineers - It's not every day you get to see a data centre being built from the ground up – let alone one that's going to play such an important role in powering the cloud.
  • Life Beyond Wenona - Back after a two-year hiatus, the Wenona Academic Tours comprehensively prepare students for the next stage of their educational journey.
  • Making Peace - Wenona’s Student Leadership Team share their youthful insights and advice with their younger peers in Assembly each week. This message comes from Community and Service Learning Prefect Ivy.
  • Musical Inspiration - In Assembly, members of Wenona’s Student Leadership Team share their youthful insights and advice with their younger peers. This week’s message comes from Student Representative Council Prefect, Maya.
  • New Moves - Wenona's new HSC curriculum dance program is building career-ready skills in surprising ways. 
  • Records Smashed - The 2022 Secondary School Swimming Carnival was a vibrant day of House spirit and swimming prowess.
  • Remembrance Day - A tribute to Australia’s service men and women from the Shore Cadet Unit Support Company Commander, Georgia.
  • Science and STEM Milestones - Science is alive at Wenona as the students win three competitions and engage with one of the country's top researchers.
  • Service Tours Make a Comeback - Students in Years 9 and 10 opened their eyes to the majesty of the outback and contributed to the lives of others in a series of perspective-changing experiences over the holidays.
  • Sleeping Out to Fight Homelessness - The return of Wenona's Amnesty Sleepout was an eye-opening experience for everyone involved.
  • STEM Tour - Contributing to scientific understanding of Australian coral reefs.
  • Still Waters Run Deep - Each week our student leaders share their insights with their peers in Assembly. On Tuesday, Prefect Ali (Year 11) used humour to encourage fellow students to engage in compassion.
  • Study of War Literature Wins Big - Congratulations to Imogen Wells (2021) whose exceptional English Extension 2 Major Work ‘In a Split Second’ was recently selected for inclusion in the prestigious publication ‘WordXpress Young Writer’s Showcase’.
  • The Little Things - Ella’s (Year 12) speech at the Principal’s Assembly recognised the huge impact of small gestures.
  • The Voice Of Youth - A strong, authentic voice is a key quality of Wenonians and a top-rated workplace skill. Our students are taught to speak up, inspire and advocate for the causes they believe in, and they shone at the Independent Girls’ Schools Association (IGSA) Festival of Speech over the weekend.
  • Thinking Beyond - Preparing for a successful 21st-Century career
  • VIP Guests - A long time coming, the 2022 Junior School Grandparents and Grand-friends Day was well worth the wait.
  • Year 6 Graduation - New beginnings, new opportunities, and lots of potential ahead.
  • Year 6 PYP Exhibition - Exploring Solutions for a Better Tomorrow