Apr 11 Staff News, Student News

Mr Ross Barron named as new Head of College

As the 8th Head of College, Mr Barron will begin his five-year appointment in January 2019, through to our 100th anniversary year in 2023.

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Apr 6 Staff News, Student News

Science in action

Seven weeks of exciting talks by Wesley College Scientist in Residence, Richard Tonello, literally ended with a bang as the engaging astronomer made use of the Science Centre’s Drop Zone.

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Apr 3 Staff News, Student News

Susan Mclean visits Wesley College with positive reviews

Last week saw another successful WES Talks presentation unfold. Susan Mclean, Australia’s foremost expert in the area of Cybersafety and young people, visited Wesley to speak about the positive benefits of technology as well as what parents need to be aware of.

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Mar 29 Opinion

Rev Nalin Perera’s Easter reflection

It costs a lot to choose to embrace the fullness and richness of God’s creation, rather than functioning within the limited views of conventional wisdom. However, I believe embracing such foolishness is the only choice to be made, no matter what it costs, even if we are isolated as a minority for being “different.

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Mar 28 Opinion

When Is the Right Time to Let My Child Use Social Media?

Social media is not an enemy. However, it is worthy of serious consideration. We need to be sure we are being honest with ourselves, and our kids, about their capacity to use social media, rather than being used by it.

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Mar 14 Opinion

The Powerful Relationship That Will Help Shape Your Child’s Future

School gates are interesting. We enter them as wee beings, full of parental love and hungry for learning. We leave them a decade or more later, excited and ready to take our place in the world. But what do those school gates represent in the interim?

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Mar 13 Staff News, Student News

Wesley College students ready to tackle F1 in Schools Technology Challenge

Eight Wesley College students have been competing for Western Australia in the F1 in Schools STEM Challenge™ in Launceston, Tasmania. The competition requires students to design, build and race a replica F1 car between 17 and 21cm long over a distance of 20m.

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Mar 7 Opinion

International Women’s Day 2018: Voice, Power and Privilege

The global theme for International Women’s Day this year is ‘Press for Progress’, and is intended to bring awareness to women’s achievements, mindfulness about gender inequities, and support for gender parity.

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Mar 1 Staff News, Student News

Recognising Our 2017 High Achievers

At our first Senior School assembly of the year we acknowledged our high achievers from the Year 12 Class of 2017. These students have shown dedication to their learning and a willingness to put in the time to achieve their goals.

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