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For the first time in history, in 2017 Wenona introduces cadets into its co-curricular program. Here we follow week by week the story and adventures of our first Wenona Platoon.
Head Prefect Charlotte North emphasises the importance of kindness, empathy and compassion at Celebration Day.
Sports Prefect Isabella of Year 12 reflects on why it is important to strive to improve rather than be the best.
Wenona's Professional Learning Coach reflects on the school's latest #CoachMeet, where educators share practices, experience and resources.
A large number of staff take on the additional work in order to gain further understanding marking rubrics, and foster connections with teachers across the state.
On Remembrance Day, Jessica of Year 11 reflects on the lives lost in World War I and the legacy from which we build.
"Feeling connected to the school is strongly linked with academic success, positive behaviour and wellbeing," Dean of Students Mrs Beth Oakley says.
Snowsports Captain Indi of Year 11 reflects on how to respond when life's events are beyond your control.
Through a pointed conversation, Service Learning Prefect Hannah of Year 12 learned the importance of listening to another point of view.
Teaching is not only a means to implement education goals but is key to building a society based on knowledge, value and ethics. It's the teacher’s ability to inspire that makes all the difference.
Outgoing Boarding Prefect Lily of Year 12 reflects on her Boarding experience and the sisters she has inherited.
Walpirri elders taught Inclusive Education Coordinator Lindall Watson the importance of the night sky and how the stories of the stars link to their survival.