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Our Holy Redeemer School, Surrey HillsCompare
School Facts
School sector:Non-government
School type:Primary school
Total student:215 (boy:104, girl:111)
Total staff:20
Student attendance:
None-english student:
ICSEA value:
1197, ranks No.29 More ICSEA Ranking...
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Location:Surrey Hills
Address:303/311 Mont Albert Rd Surrey Hills VIC 3127
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Our Holy Redeemer School, Surrey Hills, was established over 90 years ago by the Sisters of St Joseph. The children are part of a community environment in which they are supported to grow, learn and succeed. There is considerable parent involvement in the ... more
Student Assessment
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Year 5555501500550515256
Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
By Parent - 18 Jun 2018, Rate: excellent
I cannot rate Our Holy Redeemer Primary School more highly. I have been an active member of the school community for 10 years and have had three children attend. The well rounded preparation not only for secondary school, but individual growth and personal development, is truly remarkable. Children are encouraged to be well mannered, thoughtful, compassionate and caring individuals through all aspects of their learning - in and out of the classroom. There is a strong focus on teaching resilience as well as student driven social justice and project involvement. The important life skills and inclusive community spirit is something you cannot measure or understand from NAPLAN or statistic results. My children have all done very well academically, but most importantly, we as parents could not be more grateful for their positive school start amongst such an inclusive and giving community.
By Parent - 21 Sep 2017, Rate: excellent
Average school nothing special. Considering the class sizes are small if doesn't seem to help the academic performance. My child struggled with writing & never seemed to improve until l got him a private tudor. Bully's get away to to much at this school their" no tolerance" stance is all talk no action.
By Parent - 09 May 2017, Rate: average
Ok it's never an easy thing to answer as it depends on your point of view and child's capabilities. So they run mixed classes ie 1/2 and 3/4 together etc which I am not in favour off and cannot understand the benefits of despite asking several teachers there who couldn't articulate the benefits either... Basic rote learning is not clear that they believe is necessary, in fact my kids get very little homework despite weekly spelling tests on words that they have not been told to learn ie no weekly spelling 10-20 words to learn before the test etc on the other side they have great social just programs, anti bullying initiatives and community. I guess I am little old fashioned and want the old ways of teaching as well as the modern aspects of programs.
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