Jan 15 Announcements, Opinion, School News, The Wesleyan

Charlie McIntyre and Reuben Ginbey awarded OWCA scholarships for 2021

Meet our latest scholarship recipients for 2020! Charlie McIntyre (10J) and Reuben Ginbey (10C) give us an insight into their connection back to Wesley through the OWCA

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Jan 15 The Wesleyan

The Wesleyan, Summer 2020

The Summer 2020 edition of The Wesleyan is packed with exciting stories. Titled ‘Celebration’, we reflect on an extraordinary year for the College. Also in this edition: we speak to the 2021 OWCA Scholarship Recipients, congratulate 2020 Beazley Medal VET winner, Luke de Laeter (12M) and get to know our 2021 College Captain, Sam White…

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Dec 22 Academics, Announcements, School News

Congratulations to Beazley Medal Winner, Luke de Laeter

Luke de Laeter has been awarded the prestigious 2020 Beazley Medal: Vocational Education and Training (VET).

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Dec 16 Interviews & Spotlights, Wyvern-Corner-Office

Dr Nicholas Coatsworth – Doctor in the House

Dr Nicholas Coatsworth (85-95) was awarded the Philip Goatcher Scholarship for Year 11 and 12 and named College Captain in his final year. After leaving Wesley, Nick worked as a doctor in some of the world’s most war-torn countries, including Congo-Brazzaville, Chad and the Darfur region of Sudan.

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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 22 Choosing a School

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Choosing a Boarding School

For many families located in rural areas or international locations, the conversation of whether to send your child to boarding school will inevitably be an ongoing topic of discussion. While there is plenty information on the benefits for sending your children to board, it is often a difficult to decide which school will deliver the…

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Nov 20 Opinion

Mr Barron’s Valedictory Speech 2020

Wesley Headmaster, Mr Ross Barron, gave an inspiring speech to our graduating students. Read it here!

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Nov 20 School News

Schoolies: should I be worried and should I try to stop them going?

Schoolies: should I be worried and should I try to stop them going?

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