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  1. What's new in boarding?

    It’s always a welcome sight to see students return to campus, and our boarders are among the first familiar faces to return to the College on 27 January. There will be plenty for our boarders to look forward to at Learning in Residence this year....

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  2. Australia Day Honours 2021

    Several members of our Wesley community have been recognised in the recent Australia Day 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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  3. High hopes for the future

    Our Class of 2020 will be pursuing further study in an incredibly diverse range of fields, from Information Technology to business and commerce. Mia Roux and Grace Danielson, two of our College duces, have both received university scholarships and...

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  4. Top Arts

    Alena Landers (OW2020) will have her artwork displayed at the NGV as part of the 2021 Top Arts Exhibition as part of the VCE Season of Excellence. Selected from hundreds of entries, Alena created her work, A Harsh Land, in Studio Arts in her final...

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  5. The coeducational experience

    A coeducational school provides, 'a microcosm of society' for students to learn in, as one student puts it. It closely reflects the real world and focuses on developing friendships, working relationships and an understanding of other perspectives...

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  6. Authentic learning and real action

    The Primary Years Program involves students in real-world learning to address real-world problems, and, as Emily Watson explains, sets them up for success as they transition into Year 7. The culmination of the International Baccalaureate Primary...

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  7. Hope, peace, love

    Wesley students brought hope, peace and love to those in need during the Hanukkah and Christmas period, as Kaylea Fearn explains. Years 2 and 3 students at Wesley’s Elsternwick Campus are helping locals during the December festive season by...

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  8. Good things come in tall packages

    In a tough pandemic year marked by adversity, disruption and uncertainty, Year 12 student Fraser Rosman could have given up on his AFL hopes – but he didn’t. When Fraser Rosman was selected by the Melbourne Football Club at pick #34 in the AFL...

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  9. Identity and belonging

    The book Growing up Asian in Australia- and meeting the visiting author - inspired Albert Ding to explore his own cultural heritage and sense of identity and belonging. Albert Ding, a first-generation Chinese child, was fascinated with Alice...

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  10. A recipe for creating a service mindset

    Wesley students increasingly are being encouraged to become empathetic global citizens, writes Barbara Cosson in The Age. Scholarships are about opportunities, opening up access to everything a school has to offer including, in the case of Wesley...

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