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At Wenona, the Junior School is split into two groupings – Woodstock for Kindergarten to Year 2, and Hooke House for Years 3 to 6. Their education is designed around a ‘growth mindset’ that celebrates personal challenge and achievements, and views learning as a lifelong journey, not a destination.
Junior School students cover the NSW curriculum, study a language (Mandarin or French), music and creative arts. The Educational Support Services team provides learning support, English language support and gifted and talented extension programs. In Year 5, girls begin Renaissance Studies.
As a proud Kindergarten to Year 12 School, all education is underpinned by a learning framework that aims to provide a common language and understanding, which all teachers and students can work towards and meet within their classroom and across the School.
Our Woodstock piazza space is purpose-built provide for hands-on activities, inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach to experiential learning. All students enjoy the use of Wenona’s Visual Arts studios, gymnasiums and swimming pools.
Our Outdoor Education program offers a range of challenging and exhilarating experiences designed to foster friendships and develop a sense of adventure, resilience, responsibility, leadership, teamwork and personal growth. Girls in Years 3 to 6 participate in specially designed camps.
Pastoral Care is a vital part of Wenona life; we actively foster girls’ wellbeing and sense of community from Kindergarten. For more information on how our Junior School classroom teachers, Year Coordinators and Heads of School guide each girls’ social and emotional development, view our approach to Pastoral Care.
New year. New possibilities. New adventures. New goals. Welcome to Wenona everyone!
This week Years 5 and 6 had a chance to demonstrate their critical thinking and problem-solving abilities to teachers, peers and parents as part of their Spectacular STEM Showcase.
Yesterday Years 5 and 6 presented some spectacular STEM projects to teachers, peers and parents, as part of this year’s STEM Showcase.
“Creative’, ‘inspiring’, ‘exciting’ and ‘fantastic’ were just some of the words our Year 5 girls used to describe their latest STEM challenge.
Year 4 thought they had the four seasons nailed. That was until they started to delve a little deeper and discovered that for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, seasonal calendars are defi ...