As part of their Japanese studies, our K-6 students took part in a Taiko performance (Japanese drumming) in the Hall. With Kiyomi Sensei as our instructor, students practised different beats and took turns at playing on different sized Taiko. All students should be very proud not only of their wonderful efforts at playing the Taiko, but their excellent ability to drum in unison as part of a team. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to Mrs Rose Raward who was the recipient of a Vocational Teaching Award presented at a Rotary dinner at Pymble Golf Club last Wednesday 17 August. This is a prestigious award which acknowledges Mrs Raward's contribution to teaching as well as her community service. We are delighted to have high quality staff teaching at Wahroonga Prep and congratulate Mrs Raward on this achievement! ... See MoreSee Less
We have exciting news! Mrs Burnett (nee Pulvers) has been nominated as a finalist in the Mosman Art Prize. The Mosman Art Prize is an annual award for paintings established in 1947. The prize is one of the oldest and most prestigious local government art awards in Australia. Artists who have won the Mosman Art Prize include noted artists such as Margaret Olley, John Olsen and Grace Cossington Smith.
Here is a picture of the nominated painting (Durer's Hare). If you would like to view some more of Mrs Burnett's art, please visit her website - www.pulvers.co