Mar 27 Blog

10 Tips for Setting Up a Space for Home Learning During Coronavirus

Coronavirus has changed everything. With more and more children about to start doing their schoolwork from home a lot of parents are asking: ‘How do I set up home workspace for my children during Covid-19?’ It’s an important question, so we thought it might be useful to come up with a few tips to help…

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Mar 25 News

Wesley moves to online learning

Wesley College has announced that it will transition its students to online learning from Tuesday 31 March.

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Mar 17 Blog

Why do we learn the things we do?

What is the point of education – and do ATAR results reflect its purpose? Wesley’s Deputy Head (Operations and Pastoral), Nathan Jessup, explores the issue.

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Mar 10 News

The Magic of Moorditj by Moonlight

More than 1,600 people gathered at Wesley College last week to celebrate the strength of our Indigenous culture here in Perth. Read on to see what happened!

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Mar 8 Opinion, The Wesleyan

What is sustainability?

Sustainability is an important issue for all of us at Wesley College. Here, Deputy Head Nathan Jessup explores this important topic.

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Feb 25 Blog

The Circle of Life

With Ash Wednesday upon us, Wesley College Chaplain, Rev Nalin Perera, reflects on what the Lenten period means.

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Feb 19 Opinion

What is nude food and why should we embrace it?

What if you could save the planet and feed your kids better all in one go? Chair of Wesley’s Sustainability Committee, Mrs Anna Sellings, has a plan…   Nude food is a huge topic at the moment. Parents always react to the phrase in the same way: a moment of confusion about the word ‘nude’…

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Feb 17 Blog

Help in times of need

Wesley Friends is a confidential voluntary service which provides practical support to anyone in our community during times of need. if you need help, Wesley Friends is available.

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Feb 13 Blog, Opinion

How do you help an anxious child?

All children are capable of their own form of greatness. But for many, anxiety shuts down their capability to discover their potential. How do you help children and teens take control of their anxiety and feel in control again? Guest blogger, Karen Young explains.

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