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  1. Remote remote learning

    If you think the headline is a typo, think again. Wesley College’s remote learning program across our Kimberley and Melbourne boarding sites has pivoted quickly to meet the needs of students, showing that authentic learning continues wherever our...

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  2. A school that really matters in a time when it couldn’t matter more

    Reconciliation, inclusion and principled action lie at the heart of the Yiramalay/Wesley Studio School. Matt Watson explains why it’s a school that really matters in a time when it couldn’t matter more. Back in 2009, when Mick Dodson was named...

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  3. Briggs McIntosh awarded a Wyvern Medal

    Briggs McIntosh has been awarded an academic achievement award by the University of Melbourne's Queens College. I was delighted to represent Yiramalay/Wesley Studio School at the University of Melbourne’s Queens College Commencement Dinner in...

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  4. Kahlia Rogers's modelling career

    A modelling career has taken Kahlia Rogers around Australia since graduating from the Studio School. From Wangkatjungka, 100 kilometres south-east of Fitzroy Crossing in WA, to the Vogue website, modelling for  R E M U S E, it’s been quite a...

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  5. Pathways to future success

    This year marks the graduation of our largest ever cohort of Aboriginal graduates from the Yiramalay/Wesley Studio School. What will be their next steps? Only time will tell, but we caught up with graduates from 2016, 2017 and 2018 to discover some...

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  6. Thangani ngarranyi-nhingi (Mother tongue) – learning in Indigenous…

    A landmark Indigenous Languages Forum at Yiramalay confirmed that Indigenous languages matter – and two-way learning in Indigenous languages and English is crucial to students’ success. The Yiramalay/Wesley Studio School hosted the Indigenous...

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  7. Making a difference in the lives of Aboriginal students

    Learning in Residence – Wesley’s contemporary model for school boarding – has been recognised by Australia’s peak boarding school organisations for best practice in boarding. Wesley College and the Bunuba Aboriginal people have together won...

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  8. Fun, sportsmanship and success at the Kimberley Cup

    Yiramalay students joined with peers from schools across the Kimberley to compete in football, soccer, basketball, netball and volleyball – and have fun – at the Kimberley Cup in Broome. Students from the Yiramalay/Wesley Studio School travelled...

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  9. Discovering new talents at Yiramalay

    A visit by two performing arts companies enabled Yiramalay students to create a rich performance experience, and unearthed plenty of new talent. Students at the Yiramalay/Wesley Studio School stepped outside their comfort zone and took a few risks...

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  10. Meeting the challenge

    Yiramalay students, staff and volunteers joined the 2019 Gibb Challenge, riding 660 kilometres from Derby to the world-acclaimed El Questro Wilderness Park, and raising funds for the Royal Flying Doctor Service. The Yiramalay/Wesley Studio School...

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