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  1. Agile learners face a new challenge

    As measures to contain COVID-19 cause uncertainty for individuals and communities across the globe, one thing is certain: our students are drawing on their agility and flexibility as they apply their knowledge and learning skills in a new, online...

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  2. Boarding in Australia

    Wesley’s Learning in Residence boarding is designed on learner-centred principles to provide students with a place where they can develop intellectually, emotionally, physically, socially, culturally and spiritually. So what do students think of...

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  3. Real-life passion drives school projects

    In the words of the Glen Waverley School Captains Brock Heavyside and Sasha Lethbridge, ‘The pressure is on our generation to solve [climate change] issues.’ Their peers are responding with inventiveness and passion, using school projects to...

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  4. English Language Preparation Program

    Wesley’s intensive English Language Preparation Program assists students not only in improving their English language skills but also their collaborative capabilities as they prepare for university in Australia or overseas, as Amanda Douglas...

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  5. Twenty years of experiential learning at Clunes

    Important update:. Our Wesley at Clunes 20-year anniversary celebrations scheduled for 22 March have been postponed as a containment measure to minimise the spread of COVID-19. This is a precautionary measure only: as at 16 March, there have been no...

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  6. Top class performance

    Olive Weeks (OW2019) will take to the stage in the annual VCE Season of Excellence showcase, Top Class Drama and Theatre Studies, on Tuesday 17 March at the Arts Centre Melbourne. In 2019, Olive wowed VCAA judges with her six-minute monologue...

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  7. Be your best

    What lies at the heart of success? Is it about working hard or working smart, or about goal setting, or simply talent? Class of 2019 top achievers Natasha Stonehouse-Melke and Jacky Lyu have some answers. Natasha Stonehouse-Melke (OW2019) and Zetian...

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  8. Design-oriented STEM learning environments

    New student-centred developments at the heart of Wesley Glen Waverley campus enable students to expand their STEM and design technology skills as Daniel Galvin, the Head of Design and Technology, explains. In a world increasingly dependent on science...

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  9. Our School Captains

    Someone to lead with integrity and by example, someone who gives back, and overall someone who understands our needs and helps us achieve common goals. These qualities are what we look for in a good world leader, and they’re what our School...

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  10. The impact of student agency

    Student agency has been found in studies to be as important an outcome of schooling as basic skills such as reading or writing. As Ben Dooley explains, when students are agents of their learning, they understand how – as well as what – to learn....

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