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  1. Wesley bestows greatest honour on two of our finest OWs

    At the Annual General Meeting of the Wesley College Council held on 4 May 2022, we were proud to announce the induction of two new Honorary Fellows of Wesley College:. Professor Field Rickards, BSc (Hons) MEd (Manch) PhD FACE; and. Philip John Powell...

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  2. Prep at Wesley – It’s all in our approach

    It is always wonderful to welcome our students back to school at the start of a new school year. It is a joy to hear their laughter as they move through our purpose-built learning spaces and see them engage with their peers and teachers in their...

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  3. Girls win back-to-back Head of the River Regattas

    Our girls have done it again! Following a drought-breaking win in 2021, the Girls First VIII Rowing crew has once again won the Head of the River Regatta at Lake Nagambie. This is only the third time in APS rowing history that we have won this...

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  4. Talent plus opportunity equals success for Jent Jiang

    Meet Jent Jiang, a talented photographer, actor, filmmaker and Year 11 IBDP student currently undertaking Year 1 of IBDP Visual Art at our Glen Waverley Campus. Recently selected to join the National Gallery of Victoria’s Teen Council for 2022,...

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  5. Mind your mind: Finding comfort in change with Liminal Wellbeing

    Research in neuroscience and psychology shows that learning is profoundly affected by wellbeing and that wellbeing is positively impacted through learning. Our students at Learning in Residence (LiR) have been using the Liminal Wellbeing App to...

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  6. Teaching eSafety through dance

    Online games are as much a fact of life for young people as mobile phones or computer screens. The esports phenomenon has truly entered our lives - it is the fastest growing sport in the world and will be featured in the upcoming Birmingham...

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  7. 7 tips to help you choose an ECLC for your preschooler

    When choosing a preschool, kinder or early childhood learning centre (ECLC) for your three or four-year old, it’s great to have options. But if you’re feeling overwhelmed, here are some tips to help you pick the perfect ECLC. Take time to talk...

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  8. Teamwork is alive and well at Wesley!

    The last week at Wesley has been all about ‘teamwork’. Teamwork is the process of working collaboratively with a group of people to achieve a common goal. It comes in all shapes and sizes and can occur anywhere, at any time. Over two exciting...

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  9. Flora finds a ‘Fun Home’ on the stage

    Congratulations to Year 6 St Kilda Road Campus student and singer/actor/dancer Flora Feldman, who is currently starring in the principal role of small Alison in the Melbourne Theatre Company’s production of Fun Home. Fun Home, directed by Dean...

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  10. Boots and smiles that make a difference

    Year 11 student Che Gorr Burchmore saw an opportunity to turn a school project into a chance to change the lives of other soccer fans from underprivileged areas. Year 11 Wesley College student, Che Gorr Burchmore, represents his school at the...

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