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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. Creativity and Partnership at Yiramalay

    Yiramalay/Wesley Studio School is a living example of creativity in education and a proven school-community partnership model for closing the gap for all Australians, as Kaylene Marr explains. Creativity is at the centre of the partnership between...

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