May 18 Alumni Profiles, Interviews & Spotlights, Wyvern-Corner-Office

Brent Stewart – Traits of a Serial Entrepreneur

Mr Brent Stewart (74–78) made his name as the entrepreneur who founded Market Equity, one of Australia’s largest privately-owned marketing services business. Now leading Waveride Capital, his start-up company which focuses on accelerating growth in new and exciting businesses, Mr Stewart has always had an eye for opportunity.   Mr Stewart’s memories of his early…

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Feb 9 Interviews & Spotlights, Opinion, Teacher Spotlights

Spotlight On: Strahinja Bobusic

Competing alongside one of the fastest tennis servers ever on the ATP Tour, Tennis has always been a passion for Mr Strahinja Bobusic. Now the Head Coach of the Wesley 1st Tennis Team and a Senior School Mathematics teacher, Strahinja has a number of tips for our Wesley College students who are aspiring to play competitive sport in the United States.

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Jan 28 Interviews & Spotlights, Opinion, School News, The Wesleyan

A whole new game: Mr Craig Bell tells us about Katitjin in 2021!

Former Wesley Health and Physical Education teacher, Mr Craig Bell, has been named the new Head of Katitjin. We sat down with him to find out about Wesley’s unique program.

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Jan 27 Opinion, Teacher Spotlights

Spotlight On: Declan Hanley

Mr Declan Hanley is the Head of Dickson House and a HASS teacher at Wesley College. A student-favourite in our senior school, Declan tells us about his extensive involvement from his Economics classroom to the Cricket field in our latest spotlight.

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Jan 17 Interviews & Spotlights, Wyvern-Corner-Office

Philip Thick – It’s about more than money

It’s August 2016, and the newly-appointed General Manager of Tianqi Lithium Australia, Philip Thick (72-76), faces the prospect of constructing the World’s Largest Lithium processing facility. Over the next four years, Philip would steer the revolutionary $400 million project to new heights by employing over 200 West Australians and supplying lithium to the battery-hungry technology…

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Dec 8 Opinion, School News, Teacher Spotlights

Spotlight On: Nick Ward

Mr Nick Ward is a Chemistry teacher at Wesley College. Previously working as a Geochemist in the UK, Nick commenced his teaching career working in remote schools in Southern Africa.   Tell us about your teaching experience overseas. I studied Chemistry at Bristol University, and after working as a geochemist for two years, I felt…

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Dec 8 Athletics, Co-Curricular, Opinion, School News

How does Wesley Sport look at halfway mark of the summer season?

Hear from our Sport Captains as they summarise their seasons at the midpoint of the PSA fixture.

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Nov 3 Co-Curricular, Interviews & Spotlights, Opinion, Teacher Spotlights

Spotlight On: Yvonne Wiese

Ms Yvonne Wiese is an Arts Teacher and the Curriculum Co-ordinator of Creative Arts at Wesley College. Yvonne was involved in the recent Masters & Apprentices: Materialised 2020 exhibition, and gives us an insight into what stands out about creative arts at Wesley.   Tell us about your involvement in Masters & Apprentices: Materialised 2020.…

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Oct 2 Interviews & Spotlights, Opinion, Teacher Spotlights

Spotlight On: Rob Bygott

With extensive experience working with local filmmakers for the ABC, mentoring young people has always been important to Mr. Rob Bygott. Commencing at Wesley College in 2013, Rob tells us why the Arts are the best at Wesley.   What are some of your highlights prior to teaching at Wesley? Before Wesley, I worked in…

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