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Wesley College Elsternwick

5 Gladstone Pde, Elsternwick, VIC 3185
ELC, Kinder, Primary, Secondary
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Upcoming Events
Monday Series: Becoming Cyber Savvy
08 May, 2017 (09:30 - 10:30) -
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Becoming Cyber Savvy: A parents guide to promoting responsible internet use The Becoming Cyber Savvy presentation will assist parents to understand and manage the risks that young people face in cyberspace including social networking sites, learn positive and effective ways to respond to common cyber hazards such as sexting, cyberbullying, cyberaddiction and privacy concerns. Importantly, a focus is placed on effectively and realistically managing a student's time online. Tena Davies is an educational psychologist and cyber expert who provides cyber safety seminars to schools and universities for parents, teachers and students. She recently completed a second master's degree with her research on parenting and keeping children safe online. Venue: Cato Room St Kilda Road campus 577 St Kilda Road Melbourne For more information and bookings please contact Petra Ehrenberg f
Hon Kim Beazley AC speaks on Trump's America
29 May, 2017 (08:00 - 09:30) -
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Wesley College invites you to attend the 2017 Samuel Alexander Lecture, delivered by the Hon Kim Beazley, AC. Mr Beazley will deliver a thought-provoking lecture on “Trump’s America- The challenges for Australian foreign policy.” The lecture will explore the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States of America, and the potential impact on foreign policy and global alignment. The Samuel Alexander Lecture series honours one of Australia’s greatest scholars and one of Wesley’s most significant alumni. Samuel Alexander was a student at Wesley College in the early 1870s. After studying at both The University of Melbourne and University of Oxford, he was appointed Professor of Philosophy at Manchester University, England, and subsequently became one of the most significant philosophers in Western Europe in the early 20th century. For more information please visit: