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  1. Beyond four walls

    Taking learning outside the classroom provides the perfect setting to foster students’ wellbeing and happiness, as Larissa Robbins explains. Remember your own experiences of school camp? The vast Australian bushland, the late night chats, toasting...

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  2. Making a difference in the lives of Aboriginal students

    Learning in Residence – Wesley’s contemporary model for school boarding – has been recognised by Australia’s peak boarding school organisations for best practice in boarding. Wesley College and the Bunuba Aboriginal people have together won...

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  3. No such thing as a silly question

    Leading British thinker A.C. Grayling didn’t shy away from the hard questions when he met with students from around Victoria to debate ethics and morality at the Victorian Philosothon at Wesley’s St Kilda Road Campus. Enlarge image. AC Grayling -...

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  4. 'Robot proofing' our students

    An education for the digital age involves understanding and using technology, but ‘robot proofing’ our students by developing their creativity, flexibility and problem solving skills has never been more important. Morag Howard explains why....

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  5. Getting Smart ...and loving it

    Intelligence sources indicate Wesley students recently ensured the triumph of good over evil. This exclusive debrief by Agent 99, aka Emily McBurney, and The Chief, aka Dashiell Stephenson. Top secret: for your eyes only. ‘Would you believe that...

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  6. Premier effort

    Wesley Sport has had a very successful Winter season, winning four Premierships from a possible 11, as Jesse McInnes, College Head of Sport, reports. In Cross Country, the Boys team won their final round to secure the Premiership for the fourth year...

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  7. Fun, sportsmanship and success at the Kimberley Cup

    Yiramalay students joined with peers from schools across the Kimberley to compete in football, soccer, basketball, netball and volleyball – and have fun – at the Kimberley Cup in Broome. Students from the Yiramalay/Wesley Studio School travelled...

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  8. Creativity lies at the heart of learning

    Emma Barbero investigates the benefits of the performing arts in a progressive, integrated and interdisciplinary curriculum. According to Sir Ken Robinson, presenter of the most popular TED Talk of all time, dance is just as important as mathematics...

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  9. High achiever at international sailing championships

    Eighteen-year-old Casey Bates, a Year 12 student at Wesley’s Glen Waverley Campus, has returned from the 10th World Musto Skiff Sailing Championships in Medemblik, Netherlands, with third place in the Under 25 category and second in the Under 23...

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  10. Discovering new talents at Yiramalay

    A visit by two performing arts companies enabled Yiramalay students to create a rich performance experience, and unearthed plenty of new talent. Students at the Yiramalay/Wesley Studio School stepped outside their comfort zone and took a few risks...

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