Sep 4 Parenting Tips & Advice

5 Tips to Help your Child Manage Stress During Exams

As we all know, there are times in our lives where we will encounter challenges that can cause stress and anxiety.  For many students, these challenges often begin to show in the leadup to and during exam time.

The question for most parent’s during this time is how can they help their student during these stressful times? Here on the blog, are a few recommended tips to help reduce stress & maintain perspective for your child.

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Aug 11 Interviews & Spotlights, Wyvern-Corner-Office

Chris Blyth – Calm in a Crisis

Associate Professor Christopher Blyth (87-91), is a busy man! He is a Paediatric Infectious Diseases Specialist and NHMRC Emerging Leadership Fellow. He is co-director of the Wesfarmers Centre of Vaccines and Infectious Diseases and Associate Professor of Paediatrics.

His focus is treating children with complicated infections and prevention infection through vaccination. As a current parent, he was one of the College’s ‘go to’ experts when we needed advice during the COVID-19 crisis.

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Feb 10 Interviews & Spotlights, Wyvern-Corner-Office

Brad Russell-Lane – Getting the Balance Right

After 30 years at Woodside Energy, Brad Russell-Lane (81-85) stepped away from paid employment to focus on the things most important to him – family, volunteering, mentoring others and his hobbies. A proven leader and former Vice President of Supply Chain/Logistics and Commercial at Woodside, Brad knows what businesses look for in potential employees, and has a strong understanding of what it takes to be a positive leader.

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Dec 10 Announcements

Kiriill Butler (06-18) announced as a 2020 New Colombo Plan Scholar

The 2020 New Colombo Plan Scholarship recipients were announced at Parliament House on Monday 25 November. The New Colombo Plan Scholarship is designed for young Australians who have demonstrated strong academic performance and community leadership as well as commitment to building relationships and mutual understanding between Australia and the Indo-Pacific. Kiriill Butler (06-18), from the…

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Dec 10 Announcements, Athletics

Wesley College students selected to train at WAIS for water polo

The Western Australian Institute of Sport ( WAIS) has invited a select group of ‘born 2004 and 2005’ water polo athletes to complete a block of training over the summer holidays. There were approximately 20 boys selected in total from WA teams, of which four are from Wesley College. Congratulations to Kelton Rothnie (10J), Peter…

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Dec 5 Announcements

Celebrating Wesley in 2019

Congratulations to the students, staff and parents for making this remarkable year one for the record books.

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Dec 4 Co-Curricular, School News

Wesley College students receive the Olympic Change-Maker Award

Congratulations to Preston Rosario (12G) and Miles John (11J) on being selected as Australian Olympic Change-Makers.

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Dec 4 Academics, School News

Patrick Pendal wins Apprentice of the Year Award

Patrick Pendal (12D), from the Class of 2019, won the Vocational Education Training (VET) in Schools category at the South Metropolitan TAFE Apprentice of the Year Awards.

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