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  1. Creating positive traditions at Learning in Residence (LiR)

    Wesley’s boarding facility, Learning in Residence (LiR), provides a safe, innovative and contemporary ‘home away from home’ for students in Years 9 to 12 at our Glen Waverley Campus. From personalised welcome letters and LiR hoodies to...

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  2. Pause, reflect and remember: Wesley marks Remembrance Day

    On 11 November 1918, the guns of the Western Front fell silent after four years of continuous warfare. With their armies retreating and close to collapse, German leaders signed an Armistice, bringing to an end the First World War. Today, we pause to...

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  3. Wesley Boys Athletics secure historic win

    A huge congratulations to our boys for their gritty performance at the 115th APS Sport Combined Athletics at Lakeside Stadium, Albert Park, securing the Premiership for the first time since 1947. We also congratulate our Girls’ team who achieved...

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  4. Wesley College Prep Program: giving your child the best start to…

    The bespoke Prep Program at Wesley’s St Kilda Road Campus ensures the first year of formal schooling provides your child with the best start to their educational journey. Our youngest learners benefit from purpose-built Prep Learning spaces...

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  5. Wominjeka to the Junior School!

    At Wesley College, our priority is to embed visible, ongoing and sustainable practices that emphasise respect, relationships and the value of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, histories, stories, knowledges and cultural practices. This...

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  6. Meet Generation Green: Sustainability at Learning in Residence (LiR)

    Our Learning in Residence (LiR) Prefects, Harriet Norman and Angie Selkirk, identified three areas of service that they would like our community to support each year - environment, animal welfare and vulnerable groups. To mark World Oceans Day, our...

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  7. Using STEAM skills to solve real-world problems at Clunes

    The time Year 9 students spend at Clunes is often a highlight and something they remember long after they leave Wesley College. But this eight-week residential program is much more than just time away from the traditional classroom, providing...

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  8. What tools do you have in your toolbox to deal with stress?

    This was the question posed to all Year 7 students at the beginning of the Journey of You (JOY) program, a part of the MYP Service as Action curriculum. Our Year 7 students recently experienced a week of JOY to help them discover coping strategies...

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  9. Book Week 2022: Dreaming with eyes open

    Celebrated across Australia in August, Book Week is a wonderful time to celebrate storytelling, literature and our love of reading. The 2022 theme was ‘Dreaming with eyes open’ and our young learners made the most of it by participating in...

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  10. R U OK? Day – A conversation that could change a life

    Year 12 student and Public Questions Society (PQS) Prefect, Luca Jolson, shared a speech with his peers at their Arts Assembly. The story he shared about his 'not-so-sweet High School Sweetheart', weaved a powerful metaphor about his struggles with...

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