New Junior School Sports Equipment

Today our Junior School students were excited to see multiple crates of new sports equipment at recess. Tennis balls, soccer balls and basketballs, cricket bats and stumps are just some of the new equ...


Interschool Swimming

During Week 3 our Interschool Swimming team came away with their 9th consecutive Interschool win after a tough battle against Bordertown High School! The team competed against Mount Gambier High Schoo...


Welcome and Community Gathering

On Thursday evening we held our Welcome and Community Gathering Evening, as we welcomed new and existing families and students to the College. Parents had the opportunity to mingle with their children...


Reception Butterfly Release

Last Thursday, our reception class gathered in our Prayer Garden to bid farewell to our butterfly friends, Butter and Toast. Our young learners have been on an extraordinary journey, witnessing the...


Year 12 Buddies

During Week 3, our Year 12 students connected with their new reception buddies for the first time. The buddies played games, coloured pictures and read books whilst getting to know eachother. ...


Shrove Tuesday

On Tuesday we recognised Shrove Tuesday, with students enjoying delicious pancakes before Ash Wednesday (today), marking the start of the liturgical season of Lent. Pancakes are traditionally ser...


Swimming Carnival

It was a fabulous end to a fabulous day at Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre for our Years 7-12 Swimming Carnival last Monday. A huge Congratulations to Woods who took the shield in 2024 a...

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Year 9/10 Agriculture Guests

The Year 9 & 10 agriculture students have been learning about farm OH&S and what it means to be a safe farmer. Emery Hayman is a farmer who lost his right leg in a farming accident and was abl...


Ash Wednesday

On Wednesday, we marked the beginning of Lent, with Year level Ash Wednesday liturgies for all students. All staff and students were marked with the sign of the cross as an outward sign of the inward ...


Library Lovers Day

On Wednesday we celebrated a wonderful annual tradition that we have participated in since 2008, Library Lovers’ Day! Library Lovers’ Day which was started in 2006 by the State Library ...

Tenison Woods College respectfully acknowledges the Boandik people are the First Nations people of the Mount Gambier South Eastern region of South Australia and pay respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, past, present and emerging.