Jul 14 Opinion, Parenting Tips & Advice

How is digital technology affecting children’s bodies?

We live in strange times where parents can touch their toes, but their teenage children cannot. This is our new reality according to Sports Scientists. Research shows that teenagers are showing evidence of their digital lives. If parents and schools don’t respond quickly, our youth will suffer more painful injuries and a lower quality of life.

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Apr 11 Opinion

Reverend Manie Strydom’s Easter Message

Easter is family time, a time of joining one another on an Easter egg hunt and celebrating the joy of life.

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Mar 14 Opinion

Why Choose A Private School?

Around one in five secondary school children are educated in the private system, according to new research by the National Australia Bank. But what do Australians see as the advantage of a private education?

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Mar 8 Opinion

International Women’s Day

Wesley believes in a world that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive. That’s why we’re proud to celebrate IWD. Today is International Women’s Day – a day where everyone at Wesley reflects on the achievement of women and considers what we can do to create a gender-equal world. This year’s theme is #BreakTheBias. Whether deliberate or…

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Feb 4 Interviews & Spotlights, Opinion

Innovation in Action

The Mildred Manning Science Centre officially opened in August 2017, following extraordinary support from the Wesley community. After four years of use, how has this innovative space impacted students?

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Jan 14 Opinion, The Wesleyan

Measuring the Milestones

Milestones are a series of key moments, one building on top of the next, until life’s journey is complete… and they key part of life at Wesley.

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Jan 6 Opinion, The Wesleyan

From the Head of Wesley College

The Head of Wesley College reflects on 2021.

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Dec 20 Opinion

Wesley continues to march forwards, with excellent ATAR results

Wesley College has continued to build upon its renewed focus on academic excellence with an impressive 88.55 median ATAR in this year’s results.

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Nov 1 Opinion

A chat with Steven Heathcote AM

Guest of honour at our recent Scholarship Awards evening was celebrated ballet dancer Steven Heathcote AM. Here’s an abridged transcript of his chat with Head of Wesley College, Mr Ross Barron. Steven Heathcote AM was born in Wagin in 1964 and started school at Wesley in 1977, after being awarded the Howard Bantock Scholarship. He…

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