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|Templeton Primary School is located in Wantirna. The school promotes diversity in curriculum with a broad range of specialist and enrichment programs, while the core curriculum areas of literacy and numeracy are of central importance. Templeton has a curre... more|
|Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.|
|By Parent - 11 May 2019, Rate: average|
|Academic results at this school are good as children have tutors, edukingdom and attend other programs. There is a real culture within the school of blaming parents. Teachers here do the very minimum and complain about how much they to do in terms of marking work at home. Most jobs require work at home now without the 3 months off paid vacations. In terms of actually teaching they may run through it once if your. If your child doesn’t get it or is distracted by others in class too bad. I have changed my child to another school and noticed such a difference, we can emails teachers directly, there is a communication book, clear information about what they are learning, if we have a sick day and ask for catch up materials we are not ignored. School fees are significantly cheaper also.|
|By Parent - 26 Sep 2018, Rate: excellent|
|Great Primary School, we have a great experience in out first parent interview for my children this year. It is terrific to be able to know exactly what the children do, learn, sign or play with and also what 'to improve' follow the interview and the Report. Also, I now keep track of my little kid school activities through the website. Thank you so much for a well presented, informative web site, keep up the good work.|
|By Parent - 05 Sep 2018, Rate: bad|
|The new principal and the school puts on a good front, but that is all. |
School results are very misleading with many of the students having tutors and or attending Chinese school for a full day on the weekend, incorporating English and Maths.
The well being of the children has lost out to the need for the teachers to be connected rather than the employment of good teachers and the newer teachers are not being adequately mentored by more experienced teachers.