Jul 8 Opinion

Five podcasts you should be listening to, now!

Ms Lynette McGivern, Director of Service Learning & Leadership, shares her top five podcasts, perfect listening for over the holidays. In no particular order: Caliphate – Rukmini Callimachi was embedded as a journalist with the US military and would enter Islamic State buildings after they had been cleared of danger by the army, and collect…

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Jul 4 News, Student News

The Wesley Recap – June 2019

Join Jonas Bennell (Year 12) for a recap of what has been happening around Wesley. Make sure you stick around to the end to see some of our amazing student achievements.

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Jul 4 News, Student News

Hunter Woodley-Page and Spencer Harrison win big at the GolfWA Primary School Championships

Congratulations to Hunter Woodley-Page (503) and Spencer Harrison (501), who represented Wesley College at the annual championship, which sees students from Years 2-6 and 35 schools compete for both team and individual honours over 9 holes. They had a great day on the green and took out overall honours winning the Primary School Shield with a…

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Jun 20 Blog

Three mistakes to avoid when choosing a boarding school for your child

As someone who has spent a large proportion of their adult life working and living in boarding school communities, I would like to offer you some of my own personal views and advice. Here are three areas where I think you would be well advised to slow down and think through your options before choosing a…

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Jun 13 The Wesleyan

The Wesleyan: Winter 2019

The Winter 2019 edition of The Wesleyan is packed with exciting stories. Titled ‘The Sustainability Edition’, we look at how the College is adopting a sustainable outlook and Deputy Head, Nathan Jessup, discusses why education sits as the heart of sustainability. We also talk to the students involved in the new Peer Mentoring program at…

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Jun 6 Opinion

Dr Craig Challen tells Wesley College his story

The first of The Headmaster’s Daring Lecture Series was something special. The guest was Australian of the Year, Dr Craig Challen, who spoke to Mr Barron about his heroic efforts as part of an international rescue mission to save 12 boys from flooded caves in Thailand.

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May 31 News, Student News

The Wesley Recap – May 2019

Join Georgia Fairbank (Year 5) for a roundup of what has been happening around Wesley. Make sure you stick around to the end to see some of our amazing student achievements.

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May 30 Staff News

Spotlight On: Wendy Candy

Wendy joined the College in 2012 and is passionate about curriculum, pedagogy, professional growth and quality learning and teaching. Wendy has taught in early years classrooms and in universities and has conducted research on supporting educations and engaging children in ethical decision-making around sustainability issues. In recognition of her achievements, Wendy was recently awarded the…

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