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Beaconhills College, PakenhamCompare
School Facts
School sector:Non-government
School type:Combined school
Gender:Co-Ed
Total student:2820 (boy:1417, girl:1403)
Total staff:267
Student attendance:
98%
None-english student:
2%
ICSEA value:
1055, ranks No.663 More ICSEA Ranking...
ICSEA distribution:
Bottom quarterMiddle quartersTop quarter
49%19%30%2%
VCE rank:No.200 (2015), No.203 (2014), No.117 (2013), No.162 (2012), No.206 (2011), No.142 (2010), No.215 (2009), No.217 (2008)
Website:http://www.beaconhills.vic.edu.au
Location:Pakenham
Address:30-34 Toomuc Valley Road Pakenham VIC 3810
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Beaconhills College is a proudly co-educational Christian, low fee and open entry learning community located in the State's outer South East. The College offers quality education from early childhood to Year 12 to over 2,900 students across its three campu... more
Student Assessment
ReadingWritingSpellingGrammarNumeracyRank
Year 3465441430468431296
Year 5509480491510500698
Year 7559551547553564151
Year 9591584591586588197
Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
Tuition Fees in 2012
Year LevelPer Year
Prep$4,970
Year 1$4,970
Year 2$4,970
Year 3$5,490
Year 4$5,490
Year 5$6,085
Year 6$6,615
Year 7$6,730
Year 8$6,730
Year 9$7,550
Year 10$8,280
Year 11$8,280
Year 12$8,280
Reviews
By Parent - 23 Apr 2019, Rate: bad
The junior school is a dream, and was a beautiful learning environment when Mr Hockey was running it. Once you reach Middle School its awful. Constant bullying, teachers breaking students by refusing to take reports of bullying, bullies being given privileges while the victim has to avoid them and live in fear. Every parent I have spoken to that has removed their child from the school says the same thing- that they will tell the victim they need to be more resilient- or that they are the problem! The never consider intervening and counselling the bully so that they can become better people, instead just pretend to deal with the aftermath. School never confronts parents as they see them as money machines and would rather lose a student that is a bullying victim than the bully because the victim will go away quietly, whereas the bully will keep paying their fees and keep them all in jobs
The middle school teachers really don't care, and they do not follow their own bullying policies and procedures.
By Parent - 12 Feb 2019, Rate: bad
Another child in my child’s year level graffitied my child’s name all over a desk in the classroom. Instead of the person who did it being held accountable, my child was blamed as it was her name in the graffiti. She was forced to go in before school started the next day to scrub the desk, even though she had told the teacher that (at the time) she didn’t know who was responsible for it, it wasn’t where she had sat, she didn’t like what it said about her and it clearly wasn’t in her writing. This teacher had never taught my child before, or he would have known that she is not the type to deface school property. The only saving grace was that my child was relieved to have scrubbed her name off as she was humiliated at what these kids had written about her. This school has major issues with discipline and behaviour management and I regret not pulling my child out of the school. The bullies who were responsible for the graffiti of course found the whole situation hilarious as they got away with it. The school doesn’t know how to address bullying and so they pretend it isn’t there. Quieter, more academic students get completely lost in this school.
By Parent - 30 Nov 2018, Rate: poor
Pulled my child out.School has major bullying issue.Its been 2 terms of my complaints and emails,yet to receive an email from them.Worst experience in junior school
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