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Education in the outdoors
News Items - Mon 9 May 2016
Education in the outdoors
Many of my best lessons, given or gotten, were accidents. Or, more charitably, were improved by accident. I remember leaving Australia for the first time, flying to the USA on what turned out to be...
Our environment
News Items - Fri 19 June 2015
Our environment
I like sifting through our old sepia photographs, seeing people I “know”, but have never met.  I try to sense the stories behind their solemn, self-conscious groupings. In some of these faded faces I...
Toys for refugees
News Items - Wed 22 October 2014
Toys for refugees
At Wesley College we recognise our individual and collective social responsibility towards the environment and ecological sustainability, on a local and global scale.An essential part of a Wesley...
Award winning humanities fieldwork
News Items - Wed 15 October 2014
Award winning humanities fieldwork
The Humanities department at Wesley College’s St Kilda Road campus has been recognised for their outstanding fieldwork program, being awarded the Alex Lyne Fieldwork Award 2014, by the Geography...
Educating in the outdoors
News Items - Thu 4 September 2014
Educating in the outdoors
This year, the Head of Outdoor Education, Hayne Meredith, has lyrically and concisely drawn to the attention of Wesley parents and students the crucial purpose of Wesley’s Outdoor Education program...
The personal narratives of ANZAC
News Items - Thu 4 September 2014
The personal narratives of ANZAC
Sword and medals belonging to William Willis In many respects, the Prest Quadrangle at the Glen Waverley campus is the furthest place imaginable from the horror of World War One battlefields where...
First Victorian excellent rating
News Items - Wed 3 September 2014
First Victorian excellent rating
Wesley College is delighted to announce that the Early Childhood Learning Centre (ECLC) at its Glen Waverley campus is the first school in Victoria to be awarded the Excellent rating by the Australian...