LIFE AT WESLEY COLLEGE STORYBOARD VIDEO


2018

 

MUSIC – TOMMY NEE MENTORING – AUGUST 2018

Tommy Nee working with our students; they thoroughly enjoyed the mentoring session and learnt a lot from it!  A highlight was Rhys singing and composing a song with Tommy accompanying her! They also got to have a sneak peak into one of the songs he is going to release.  Anne-Marie Lalakai


BLACK FERNS SEVENS VISIT WESLEY – AUGUST 2018

 


HEADS HELD HIGH – JUNE 2018

…check out a few pics from the show! Extremely proud of all our Wesley thespians who have all raised their bar by not only honouring the script, themes and people through their performance-but also by showing integrity and leadership and that Wesleyan fortitude!  Desiree Pole

 


OUR 1stXV BOYS – PROUDLY SHOWING OFF THEIR WINNING TROPHIES –  2018
CHIEFS CUP TROPHY AND THE CHRIS GRINTER CUP AFTER THEIR ROTORUA BHS WIN 24:12

1stXV boys at Rathkeale College relaxing prior to the game, the river flows alongside the school grounds.

 


AIS CONFERENCE WELLINGTON – JUNE 2018

Our Students who represented Wesley College at the AIS (Association of Integrated Schools) Conference in Wellington.

Who should they meet while looking around Te Papa Museum but our latest All Black – Karl Tu’inukuafe.

Nice!

 


ROTARY ENRICHMENT PROGRAMME – 2018
Photos of our Year 9&10 Rotary Enhancement Programme (REP). Students work one-to-one with outside tutors twice a week.  The aim of the programme is to develop the student’s reading, comprehension, conversation skills and their self-esteem. The REP programme was launched in term 2 this year.  The students will have a graduation ceremony at the end of the year.
Janine Raos – SENCO/Learning Support


YEAR 13 – MIT DPP COURSE – 2018


2018 FIAFIA NIGHT – 14 MARCH 2018



16th August 2017 – Wesley College hosted the Counties Manukau Cluster Mathex Competition for Years 9 & 10.


FORKLIFT COURSE – YEAR 13 STUDENTS – 2017
The course required them to manoeuvre the forklift around a series of obstacles and move pallets safely in and out of racking.


2017

Congratulations
Talesi (Dallas) Lovo   – 
Dallas was picked for the 1st Auckland Secondary schools
1st XIII squad.
One of only 13 players.
Well done Dallas!

Junior Girls Netball team modelling their new uniforms.

2017




BBC UK DOCUMENTARY.

GARETH THOMAS – 2005 LIONS CAPTAIN – VISITS WESLEY COLLEGE.
HIGHLIGHTING JONAH LOMU AND RUGBY AT WESLEY.



YEAR 9 CAMP – TERM ONE 2017  –  WAHARAU


OUR SCHOOL GROUNDS


2016


YEAR 10 HILLARY CAMP – DECEMBER 2016

AIG Colations to Adam Pompey obei


  trio

Wesley College rugby and league talent look to take next steps in sporting careers.

Adam Wetere Pompey, Tupou Vaai and Suetena Asomua are the latest rugby and league talent to come out of Wesley College in Pukekohe.

A talented trio of athletes are the latest Wesley College students looking to break-out on the sporting field.

READ MORE…………http://www.stuff.co.nz/auckland/local-news/84673890/wesley-college-rugby-and-league-talent-look-to-take-next-steps-in-sporting-careers

 


2016 NATIONAL SWIMMING COMPETITION
JACK NEAL-PRATT    –   “GOLD” 
JACK is now in training for the 2020 Olympics 
 JACK NEAL-PRATT     Wesley Fijian family celebrating 2016 Fiji’s Sevens Team Olympic Gold medal win.  They lead chapel service and wore their colours to celebrate.
Back left: Mr Vuga Tagicakibau (Hostel staff), Zuriel Togiatama, Gabrielle Togiatama, Viliami Cerei, Jone Seniceva, Mr David Qaranivalu (Hostel staff), Viliami Rokobuli, Nicholas Nasila, Jope Ratu, Joeli Bogitini, Ben Nabuli, Mr Sam Siliasau (Teaching staff)
Front: Josh Rogoimuri, Jack Heritage, Apenisa Sailo, Mesa Saukuru.
 

Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Festival – 2016


A BIG Congratulations to Adam Pompey
for being selected for the Auckland Secondary Schools Rugby League team
and winning two awards at the Auckland Rugby League awards ceremony
1st XIII Top Goal Kicker – 2016
1st XIII Stand Off of the Year – 2016
img_adam1 MEDAL_

  Jonah Lomu  –  Auckland Museum 2016
Jonah Lomu was rugby’s first superstar. And that means more than just being a remarkable athlete. “Jonah had so much skill and commitment, I’ve never seen anything like it. But it’s the team that is so important and that includes the family, a mentor, and God.” These words come from Amanaki Palavi, a Lomu family friend, and mentor to the talented young man, as well as being Jonah’s coach at Wesley College, Auckland in Paerata. Facebook: Wesley College, Auckland.

School News – 5th July 2016
Praise from Hon Hekia Parata
Wesley College -school news article                             
  AFS exchange-1

Wesley College welcomes AFS exchange students:
Left: Baptiste Oudon (France)
Right: Ander Azurmendi (Spain)


Year 9 and 12 Camp – Term 1 – 2016