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  1. The world is on your doorstep with boarding at Wesley, Glen Waverley

    Sending their 15-year-old daughter to boarding school in Melbourne was not something that Dale and Kylie Pendergast had ever seriously considered until Tilly herself suggested it. ‘We had heard really good things about Wesley College boarding from...

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  2. Zoe and Jasmine blaze a purple and gold trail into the AFLW

    Just over a week before the 2022 AFLW draft, Year 12 St Kilda Road student, Zoe Savarirayan, was offered a contract with the North Melbourne AFLW team. On 29 June, her teammate and Year 12 student at the Glen Waverley Campus, Jasmine Fleming, was...

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  3. Journey to Australia - Learning about migration

    In Term 2, the Year 3 and 4 students at Elsternwick Campus learnt about migration. They explored the different reasons why people migrate to Australia and the contributions migrants have made to their new communities. To better understand these...

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  4. Deepening connections using Mathematics at Clunes

    The program at Clunes has introduced a new and exciting project into this year’s Mathematics curriculum. This investigative project focuses on the question, ‘How can I apply mathematics to deepen the connection to self, place and community?’....

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  5. A life-long love of learning

    As an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, Wesley College offers enormous opportunities for students to find their voice, develop their talents, ignite their passions and inspire meaning in their lives. Recently, the ECLC at Wesley...

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  6. Learning and Wellbeing go hand-in-hand at Wesley

    Wesley’s new Learning and Wellbeing program, launched in 2022, complements the IB philosophy and recognises that wellbeing and learning are inextricably linked and mutually reinforcing. As an IB World School, we develop enquiring, knowledgeable...

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  7. The social, educational and emotional benefits of sport

    Sport at Wesley provides a sense of engagement and belonging. It connects staff and students away from the classroom and for many, it provides a sense of purpose and identity among their peers. From a student health and wellbeing perspective, sport...

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  8. Queen's Birthday Honours 2022

    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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  9. Acquisitive Art Prize 2022

    The 2022 Acquisitive Art Prize showcased creations from 155 Year 10-12 students, including our 2021 Year 12 cohort. The competition celebrates art across various fine art mediums, from sculpture, textiles, installation and photography to drawing,...

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  10. Be Brave. Make Change. Reconciliation Week 2022 and beyond

    Be Brave. Make Change was the 2022 theme for National Reconciliation Week. A number of events and activities were held across the College to further students’ understanding of our shared history and culture and discuss how they can, individually...

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