Community Acknowledgement/Feedback
Community Acknowledgement/Feedback
Ngā whakamihi a te hapori

April 2024
Feedback from the Vukovich Family: Thank you to Dr Brian Evans, Lawrence Lawrence and Rev Tasi for organising the Haka for dad Martyn Vukovich, Grandma and Mum were up stairs crying, they both said, it was very humbling experience and Big Thank you to Wesley Family’s. Big thank you to the Students that did the Haka too. Martyn will remember this forever. 😊


November 2023
We are running our Trees of Remembrance at Countdown North this week.
Last night one of the volunteers called me to pass on the lovely manners and chats from the students from your school.
He said they were extremely polite and interested.
It was great to hear this, Franklin is a fantastic community.
Wishing you all the best for the end of the school term.
Kind regards
Alison Daldy
Fundraising Manager
Franklin Hospice Charitable Trust

November 2023
RE: Wesley College Digital Navigators
Thank you for the warm welcome. Your team is making significant strides in digital technologies, evident from the capabilities of your students. I'd like to commend the students for their exemplary manners, consideration, and enthusiasm. Their digital skills left a lasting impression on us.
I'll be discussing the 2024 proposal tomorrow, and I'm looking forward to the exciting possibilities. Let's bring it to fruition!
I'd like to express my gratitude once more for the beautiful atmosphere and spirit we experienced at Wesley. Your hospitality was truly appreciated. The carrot cake and the chocolate cake were on point 😜.
I look forward to speaking soon,
Ray, CodeAvengers

September 2023
Compliment from a Member of the Public:
They rang the school to commend a group of approx 20 students travelling on the train after Choral practice.
Very polite and considerate young people. A credit to the school. 

September 2023
I’m sending this email in relation to a bunch of your boys who have just disembarked the 394 bus today in paerata rise from Pukekohe.
These boys (and I did not get their names but one has a plaster under his eye) showed extreme maturity when a “special” member of society decided it was appropriate to call them some very unnecessary names. It could have turned into a brawl on the bus but your students took it upon themselves to de-escalate the situation and even when they left the bus said good bye to the member who had used the racial slurs.
Their respect and maturity in that situation was remarkable and showed the values of your school.
If I knew their names I would put them in this email because they deserve a pat on the back for their behaviour.
Not only am I grateful but I am proud of the young men you are teaching.
Regards, R Patrick

This article was originally posted on: September, 15th 2023