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  1. Queen's Birthday Honours 2021

    Several members of our Wesley community have been recognised in the recent Queen's Birthday Honours for their accomplishments and service to the wider community. We are delighted to extend our congratulations and our own recognition of their...

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  2. Staff wellbeing

    Rarely in a workplace setting do the answers to ‘What is your purpose?’ come so quickly as they did at Wesley College’s recent staff professional development days. As educators, teachers are driven by a strong sense of purpose and there are...

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  3. A school that really matters

    Reconciliation is a journey for all Australians where we all have a role to play, and in playing our part we collectively create spaces that value our First Nation’s peoples, their histories, cultures, and create a future to be proud of and...

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  4. Workshops on respectful relationships

    This term our Year 11 and 12 students have been participating in prevention and education workshops with Bravehearts, Australia's leading child protection organisation. The student program is delivered in small groups and explores the topics of...

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  5. Meet Banjo, Jason and Abby

    Reconciliation Week: Two-way learning. The phrase ‘two-way learning’ implies learning from a teacher and learning from a student, but at Wesley College it means more. Two-way learning is a central tenant of the Yiramalay/Wesley Studio School,...

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  6. Reconciliation takes action

    Reconciliation Week, held on 27 May to 3 June, is a time for each of us to explore how we can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia. Students across the College connected with Reconciliation Week through a range of activities,...

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  7. Acquisitive Art Prize 2021

    Arts, camera, action! After a quiet 2020, the art world at Wesley College has sprung back to life this May. Presented by Wesley College Society for the Arts, the 24. th. annual Society for the Arts Acquisitive Prize, home to countless masterpieces,...

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  8. Staff Spotlight: Madeline Woodbridge

    Madeline Woodbridge is a Prep Homeroom Teacher at our Elsternwick Campus. Madeline’s passion for teaching and her ability to connect with her students is inspiring. Of course all of her students know what a great teacher she is, but we decided to...

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  9. Thien Pham performs in the invitational All-State Jazz Gala

    Sharing stages with the likes of Australian jazz luminaries Scott Tinkler, Andrea Keller and Michelle Nicolle, up-and-coming musician Thien Pham is a well-regarded jazz trumpeter who is still only in Year 12 at the St Kilda Road Campus at Wesley...

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  10. Our School Captains

    School Captains and Prefects are often the most visible students at a school, not only because they are frequently tasked with public speaking, but also because if they are anything like our 2021 School Captains they are heavily involved in...

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