Apr 2 Teacher Spotlight

Teacher Profile – Ms Lynette McGivern

Our Teacher Profile for this week is on Ms Lynette McGivern, Director of Service Learning and Leadership. WHY DID YOU BECOME A TEACHER? I like working with young people and helping them figure out what kind of person they want to be. WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE TEACHING MEMORY? There are so many! Seeing students who have…

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Mar 24 Opinion

Lent and Easter Reflections  

I have often been asked about the origins of our College’s name. It is not well known that the College is named after, John Wesley (1703-1791), one of the most radical social reformers of the past 500 years, at least in the English-speaking world. John Wesley was an English cleric, theologian and evangelist who was the leader of a…

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Mar 19 Teacher Spotlight

Teacher Tuesday – Mr John Taylor

Our profile for this week is on Health and Physical Education teacher, Director of Cross Country (7-12) and Head of Year 12, Mr John Taylor. WHY DID YOU BECOME A TEACHER? Whilst completing a commerce degree at Curtin University I continued to coach athletics and cross country at my old school, Aquinas College. Upon completing that…

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Mar 18 Wyvern Corner Office

Steven Heathcote – The Australian Ballet’s longest serving Principal Artist

He has received three Helpmann Awards, two Mo Awards and an Australian Dance Award for Outstanding Performance by an Individual. After retiring in 2007 as The Australian Ballet’s longest serving principal artist, Steven began to produce and direct opera. In 2010, he conceived and directed a new production of Handel’s Julius Caesar for Victorian Opera.

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Mar 4 Teacher Spotlight

Spotlight On: Warren O’Neil

Mr Warren O’Neill is the Woodwork teacher in the Design & Technology Department at Wesley. He has been at the College for 18 years. What inspired you to become a teacher? I was encouraged to follow a career in Design and Technology teaching when I was at high school and quite enjoyed Woodwork and Metalwork…

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Mar 1 News, Student News, The Wesley Recap

The Wesley Recap – March 2019

Join our College Captain for a roundup of what has been happening around the College since the start of the year.

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Mar 1 Blog

Four lessons you can teach with a leaf!

Today marks the start of Autumn here in Perth. After a long, hot summer it’s a relief for all of us. Well, all of us who don’t have deciduous trees dropping endless leaves in the garden.

But, as you find yourself suddenly surrounded by nature’s debris why not seize the moment to use it as a teaching opportunity for your child?

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Feb 21 Tours

We’re looking forward to Wagin Woolorama

Only a couple of weeks now until Wesley College packs up our school bus and heads to Wagin Woolorama for our first regional visit of the year. We’ll be at the show for the entirety of the event, but we’re also going to be hosting an evening on Friday 8 March 2019 from 5 to…

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Feb 13 News

Wesley College turns 96!

It’s a day of celebration here as Wesley College turns 96 today!

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