There will be an opportunity for parents to meet with subject teachers on the last day of school this term, Friday, 28th September 2018 between 1:30 and 3:30pm.


Please contact the school office to make an appointment with the teacher.


On the 8th of September our team of 8 Wesley students will be competing in the Rescue Run – Youthline.
It is sponsored by Cisco (Australia/NZ) the CEO who is Wesley Old Boy Dave Wilson.
The prize for the winning School is over $12,000 of IT gear from Cisco.

Our Wesley Team will compete against other secondary schools in a 15km course set up at Woodhill Forrest, North west Auckland.
The Course will include various life rescue scenarios where each team has to rescue a person from the scenario.
The Team will need to work as a team, make decisions to save a life and fulfil each role they are given for the benefit of the team’s success. It will be a great team bonding exercise for those students being considered for leadership next year.

The Wesley Team are Year 12’s

Nathanael Tu’uta              Tevita Ofa                            Loni Tongotongo

Nicholas Leaupepe            Keenan Rush                       Maximus Babbington – Ratima

Gabrielle Togiatama          Seruwaia Matairavula

The Rescue Run is also an event to raise awareness and funding for Youthline.

Our team has a fundraiser page the link of which is below:

Each School is encouraged to raise $5000 and donations can be made to our page on the link above.

Any donations whatever amount will be gladly received.

Hope you can support our team!




WESLEY COLLEGE CAREERS EXPO 2018 – Wednesday, 9th May 2018

Wesley College Careers Expo   –   Wednesday, 9th May 2018

Wesley College is proud to host the following providers and organisations:

Te Wananga o Aotearoa
The Cut Above Academy
Taratahi Agricultural
Ignite Colleges
The Malosi Law Student Project
Auckland District Health Board
Massey University
Victoria University
Auckland University
Auckland University of Technology
University of Waikato
NZ School of Tourism




8:35 am to 9:55am – Chapel and Period 1- All school students and staff in Chapel

9:55 am – 10:10am – Form time – Students go to form time with their form teacher for morning tea.

10:10am -11:10am – Period 2 – All Year 11 and Year 13 students only with their period 2 subject teachers to be at Expo at designated areas

11:10am-11:30am – Morning tea for providers

11:30am -12:30pm – Period 3 – All Year 12, 10 and 9 students only with their period 3 subject teachers

12:30pm – Lunch

1:20pm – Back to normal classes


Time Activity Personnel
8:30am Guest speaker Mr Moses Alatini Wesley College alumni and Tertiary provider representatives to meet Senior Management/ Careers Committee welcoming students and RF at the School Office and then walk across to Chapel with Sen Mgment by 835am. Senior mgment

Wesley College Careers Committee and RF

8:35am –     8:55am


Wesley College Chapel – Theme –

Create your future, Plan for Success

Rev Salesa

Wesley College alumni Guest speaker Mr Moses Alatini

Wesley College Careers Committee

Senior management

Welcome –

Rev Salesa and  Principal Brian Evans

Tertiary Providers to introduce themselves to the school and present a brief 5 min introduction about their organisation. Rita Fatialofa, Wesley College Careers Advisor and Tertiary Providers


9:55am – 10:10am Students and form teachers go to form time for morning tea

Tertiary Providers set up their stalls in designated areas- Day Centre, Chapel,

Form teachers and students

Morning Tea provided for all providers

10:10am –    11:10am All Year 13 and Year 11 students with their period 2 subject teachers walk around the exhibits in designated areas interacting with  tertiary providers Period 2 subject teachers and students
11:10am – 11:30am Morning Tea for tertiary providers provided by Wesley College  
11:30am – 12:30pm All Year 12, Year 9 and Year 10 students walking around with their subject teachers. Period 3 subject teachers and students
12:30pm- 1pm Lunch provided for all providers  

End of Careers Expo




WESLEY COLLEGE – 2019 Enrolments  –  Open Day Advert


Thursday, 14 June 2018

11.00: Formal Welcome to Wesley College
11.30: School Curriculum
–  Prospectus, Fees and Wesley Grant
12.00: Lunch Provided
12.30: School Tour and Class Visits
1pm: Hostels open for viewing

Register your interest by contacting
Wesley College on:
Phone: (09) 2370224




Parent/school interviews will be held on Friday, 13th April 2018 in the Recreation Centre between 1.30 p.m. – 6.00 p.m. with your son/daughter’s Subject Teachers.

Options to Make an Appointment

Option 1:
If you have the internet you can go to:
Enter Event Code (this can be found on the letter posted out to parents/caregivers).
Enter your details and select a time that suits you.
Appointment times are based on a first come first served basis. In other words if you select a time and find someone else has already selected it, you will have to select another time.

Option 2:
Ring the school (09 237 0224) and we will inform you of what times are still available and book you in at that time.

The closing date for making appointments is: 12.00 p.m. on Thursday, 12th April 2018.



The Board of Trustees extends a warm invitation to its Māori community to attend a community
consultation meeting being held on:

SUNDAY, 29 APRIL 2018  –  TIME:  2.00pm

The consultation is not solely for students who take te reo Māori as a subject; it is open to all whānau who have a vested interest in Māori student achievement across the school curriculum.

The Board of Trustees welcomes input from its community.

Please bring a plate to share.


South Auckland street to be named after All Black legend Jonah Lomu

A new road due to open will honour one of the world’s greatest rugby stars – Jonah Lomu – just a few metres from where he once played as a schoolboy.

Jonah Lomu Drive was officially blessed by kaumatua, members of Tainui and a church minister in an intimate ceremony with friends and family yesterday.

Members of the Lomu family, including wife Nadene and their two sons, Dhyreille and Brayley, gathered with staff and students from Wesley College………

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