Feb 5 Announcements, Staff News, Student News

Penrhos College and Wesley College

On Monday 5 Feburary Wesley College Headmaster, David Gee, and Penrhos College Principal, Meg Melville, announced to our communities that they are seeking to create more opportunities for our Colleges to collaborate to the benefit of families, staff and most importantly, our students.

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Feb 2 Opinion

The 7Cs your child needs for success

Parents and teachers appear to be facing ever-increasing pressures to help children lead successful lives, clouded by an uncertain future. It seems that every time we turn on the TV or radio, read an article or follow a social media thread, we are being told that we need to improve the learning and life outcomes of our children.

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Jan 31 Opinion, Staff News, Student News

Spotlight On: Brad Hilliard, Head of Middle School

Returning to Wesley this year, Brad is launching himself into his new role as Head of Middle School and as a member of the College Executive. We asked Brad to share a bit of his background with us.

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Jan 24 Announcements, Staff News, Student News

Wesley student’s ATAR score nets award

Benjamin Lundberg (10-17) achieved an ATAR of 99.60 and is the recipient of the 2017 General Exhibition (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander).

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Dec 22 Opinion

Class of 2017 Results

Our median ATAR was 84.8, up four full points from a year ago and our highest median since 2011.

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Nov 22 Opinion

My Daring Wesley Girls

The vibrant, welcoming, co-educational Junior and Middle School at Wesley has laid a wonderful foundation for my girls’ future and for that I am very thankful!

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Nov 8 Opinion

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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Nov 8 Opinion

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

All parents want is for their teen to come home safely. Although many Schoolies are 18 and now legally an adult, they are still your child. Keeping a positive dialogue happening throughout the whole Schoolies’ process, highlighting the potential risks and providing ways of reducing these without being judgemental, is most probably the best way to begin the next stage of your parent-child relationship.

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Nov 1 Staff News, Student News

Wesley’s new Languages Centre

The new Languages Centre at Wesley College was officially opened on Monday 30 October 2017, with special guest speaker Dr Sascha Schmeling, Head of Teacher Programmes and Education Research at CERN in Geneva.

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