Jul 28 Parenting Tips & Advice

Jordan Foster visits Wesley College with positive reviews

In partnership with our Student Wellbeing Approach for 2022, Jordan Foster, clinical psychologist, cyber safety expert and ySafe founder, offered insight on protecting and supporting your child with all things online.

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Jul 14 Opinion, Parenting Tips & Advice

Shaping our children with a powerful relationship

You walk through school gates as a small child, full of questions and looking for answers. You leave them years later, with excitement at where your life will progress. But what happens in the time in between?

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Jul 14 Opinion, Parenting Tips & Advice

How do I teach my child about consent?

What do parents and teachers need to educate children on to make sure that they contribute to a culture of sexual respect?

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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 12 Parenting Tips & Advice

Is my child addicted to gaming?

Today’s parents have children that play Fortnite and similar games, often to the degree that prompts the question “Is my child addicted?”

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Jul 8 Opinion, Parenting Tips & Advice

How do we approach wellbeing at Wesley College?

Mr Phil Collins, our new Director of Student Wellbeing, looks at how wellbeing and personal growth is an integral part of life at Wesley College.

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Feb 16 Academics, Opinion, Parenting Tips & Advice

Scholarships: What is Wesley really looking for?

Do I need to study? What are the interview questions like? Are past exam papers available? We break down what you really need to know about the road to a private school scholarship.   The independent school difference. All young people deserve an excellent education and every independent school has a long tradition of scholarships…

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Nov 13 Academics, Opinion, Parenting Tips & Advice

Is it possible to do homework without a fight?

Homework is a common cause of arguments. Head of Middle School, Mr Brad Hilliard, gives his top tips for encouraging children to study.

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Sep 17 Parenting Tips & Advice

A Guide to Work Experience for Year 10s

Work experience is an important activity at Wesley College. But why?

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