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|Resurrection School, Essendon
|Resurrection House remains a single-stream, single grade co-educational Prep-Year 6 Catholic primary school owned and operated by the Sisters of the Resurrection under the auspices of the Catholic Education Office of the Archdiocese of Melbourne. The staff... 更多
|学生成绩基于2011年National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN)结果.
|By Parent - 2019年12月17日, 评价: 较差
|I am looking at suitable schools for my child to start prep. These reviews are very mixed however the most recent review is a cause for concern for me, because I’m hoping my child will be academic and dedicated to their school life and if they were to be treated in this manner and treated unfairly I wouldn’t be comfortable with that kind of behaviour from the principal and teachers. It is very concerning to think that this type of thing is happening. I may steer clear of this school as an option.
|By Parent - 2019年12月14日, 评价: 很差
|There has been a drop in the class sizes at this school in the last few years, which is a concern. There is no friendly school receptionist here, just a very blunt lady who continues to look miserable behind the front desk and comes across the same way over the phone. I’d imagine this wouldn’t be helping the intake numbers as this is the first point of contact and the first impression of the school. ICT program isn’t great, sports isn’t great. The children play on a carpark with no grass area at lunchtime. For a high school, this wouldn’t be to bad as most teenagers sit around and chat but children at primary school like to still play, the children try hard to find things to play but they sometimes run out of ideas and become bored for most of lunch. On extremely cold days unless it is raining the children must stay outside, yet the teachers are warm in the staff room... I don’t understand this. Then when children are away sick as a result of being left outside in freezing cold temperatures their absence is the reflected in their grades on their report card. If a child is bright and capable, so you happen to question why they were graded low for a particular area, the teachers just simply say oh well.. they weren’t there that day we did testing for that so they couldn’t complete it... even though they are capable. Although if they had have been kept inside in freezing cold temperatures they would not have been away sick. Children are not judged on merit.... children that are either polish or children of parents that help at the school are given preference. It is absolutely appalling when a child has worked relentlessly to the best of their abilities through their years at the school, achieved excellent results and been a perfect example of how a student should behave particularly in class and is rewarded very little and not even considered for a captaincy roles, leaving them to feel demoralised and deflated. These teachers don’t realise that the well behaved students actually make their job much easier !! There was an earlier comment that read something along the lines of “each child is judged by the parents” and this is not a lie, it is most definitely true... unfortunately. The parents can be very snobby this is also true, you learn very quickly not to be very friendly like the rest of them and that’s difficult particularly when you have a bubbly, friendly personality... my children’s time here is very limited now and I’m becoming pretty happy with that. To continuously see your child not acknowledged for their hard work and great results is becoming tiring and then having to step in as a parent and cheer your child up and keep them motivated when they feel like giving up is exhausting. To see your child hurt like that is particularly hard to watch and you feel completely helpless and to know this hurt has been caused by their teachers is very upsetting. The role of a teacher should be to help children thrive. The role of a teacher should be to nurture, encourage and extend students. The role of a good teacher is to acknowledge those students who have worked tirelessly and produced an excellent standard of work and an excellent standard of behaviour and reward those children for their accomplishments and behaviour through awards and captaincy roles, those children should not be overlooked.... this is what I mean by children are not judged based on merit but rather other hidden agendas. This is very disappointing because it could be a good school with its old fashioned teaching practices and it does yield good results, but most children that are achieving good grades would have supportive parents helping them from home as well. But these are the truths and the reality of matters that are unjust within the school. Teachers and principals more importantly should lift their students up, not drag them down, and when they are doing these things then it is probably time for those teachers to find another occupation because they are doing the wrong thing by the students.
|By Parent - 2019年11月26日, 评价: 优秀
|Outstanding in every way.
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