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School Facts
School sector:Non-government
School type:Combined school
Gender:Co-Ed
Total student:2925 (boy:1662, girl:1263)
Total staff:393
Student attendance:
96%
None-english student:
23%
ICSEA value:
1164, ranks No.123 More ICSEA Ranking...
ICSEA distribution:
Bottom quarterMiddle quartersTop quarter
0%2%20%77%
VCE rank:No.83 (2015), No.80 (2014), No.66 (2013), No.63 (2012), No.79 (2011), No.56 (2010), No.74 (2009), No.71 (2008)
Website:http://www.wesleycollege.net
Location:Melbourne
Address:577 St Kilda Rd Melbourne Victoria 3004
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School Comment
Established in 1866, Wesley College Melbourne, an open-entry school of the Uniting Church and Victorian Registered School No. 1, is one of the largest independent coeducational schools in Australia. Wesley has 3 metropolitan campuses, Elsternwick, Glen Wav... more
Student Assessment
ReadingWritingSpellingGrammarNumeracyRank
Year 3456419436458444367
Year 5539506507550537207
Year 759258956758360641
Year 963263060462964248
Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
Reviews
By Student - 29 Jun 2018, Rate: average
I think that the school (Wesley college) is, generally a good school. the curriculum is good and there are lots of quality teachers. however, some go over the top and are being Really disrespectful especially to the students. I believe this is not intentional but is really annoying. Their consequences were not acceptable, there were behaviors that went too far. if you feel this is a good school go then, at your own risk.
By Student - 31 May 2018, Rate: excellent
although it appears to be good and equal to boys and girls, after going there for 5 years it really isnt. appart from the ridiculous fee and obvious money grab with the overpriced uniform, they discriminate against the length of boys hair and haircuts they consider to be " too extreme". the uniform rules are way over the top and you have to change uniform in the bathrooms that are filled qith graffiti, broken doors and crap. prooperty often gets stolen and there are drugs. the students are rich snobs that show off their parents money and have disregard to anyone who isnt private schooled. if you like having to wake up early for compulsary 2 hour sport on saturdays, this is the school for you. you must go to a sporting event that takes up half your saturday every week even if you are injured.while there are some good teachers most are just bullies who expect university level work and give literally up to 2 and a half hours each night for one subject. they forget that students have other homework to do and assume their subject is the most important. they teach you not to help homeless people and that life is only worth going to school, uni and then getting a desk job. it is very old and british, would not reccomend unless your the queen
By Parent - 26 Jul 2016, Rate: poor
St Kilda Rd campus. Not a constructive environment. Difficult to encourage kids to respect one another when some of the teaching staff are unable to demonstrate that behaviour themselves. Yelling at the students,gossiping about students in full view of student and in corridors, frequent inability to control the class. These behaviours are common, particularly with one of the language teachers. Parents are continually shocked to hear that the threat of failure is lorded over kids in yr 10. We're all stunned that this threat is being used to apparently motivate kids? Education feeling more like survival than unlocking the true potential of each student.
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