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  1. Passionately curious: Wesley students solving problems

    Two teams from our St Kilda Road Campus have qualified for the Future Problem Solving Australia National Championships, our biggest group of qualifiers yet. Congratulations to Audrey Pinnan from Year 6; Eva McCutcheon, Jemimah Murray, Zara Pinan and...

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  2. On narratives: interpreting ourselves backwards, imagining ourselves…

    If the pandemic has disintegrated many of our individual narratives it has also left collective narratives in their place, and that, as Jem Kleinitz Lister explains, offers us the opportunity to find greater connectedness. Before I came to Wesley in...

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  3. Maths in many shapes and sizes

    Mathematics is all around us, in the size of things, in the relationship or ratio of things and quantities of things, in the chance or probability of things happening, in the shapes and angles we see, even in our Wesley lion. Lanella Sweet explains...

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  4. Stop press! Learn to make a stop motion animation video with our…

    Not just a fun activity for our Junior School children, learning how to make a stop motion animation video was also a community-building activity during remote learning. Creating a sense of community while students are apart is tricky, but our...

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  5. Singing for Melburnians

    The choral career of Wesley student William Blakiston is progressing in leaps and bounds. Year 4 Elsternwick student William Blakiston recently performed, virtually, with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, singing Paul Kelly’s ‘Leaps and...

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  6. Scientist in residence

    A seven-year-old Wesley student and his three-year-old brother have become scientists in residence – and a YouTube phenomenon – demonstrating inquiry learning at its best, in their own kitchen. For seven-year-old Oliver Hamm, a Year 2 student at...

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  7. Remote remote learning

    If you think the headline is a typo, think again. Wesley College’s remote learning program across our Kimberley and Melbourne boarding sites has pivoted quickly to meet the needs of students, showing that authentic learning continues wherever our...

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  8. Emma Facey's eye for design

    An eye for design earned Emma Facey recognition as one of the top performers in Visual Communication Design in the state as a VCE student last year. Meet Emma Facey (OW 2019). When students graduate from Wesley, one of the things they say that they...

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  9. The early years – preparing kids for school, and school for kids

    Hear the words ‘school readiness’ and most of us think of children developing the skills to prepare for school, but school readiness is just as much about schools being ready for children – and that’s what Wesley’s early years programs are...

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  10. Why do our families choose Wesley College?

    The reasons a family will choose a school are many and varied, but common themes do arise. Jacinta Janssens, Head of the Elsternwick Campus, shares some of those reasons Wesley is a top school of choice. Every family considering joining us at Wesley...

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