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Boronia Heights Primary School, BoroniaCompare
School Facts
School sector:Government
School type:Primary school
Total student:505 (boy:249, girl:256)
Total staff:34
Student attendance:
None-english student:
ICSEA value:
1017, ranks No.1076 More ICSEA Ranking...
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Address:Landscape Dr Boronia VIC 3155
Nearby:House Price  House Rent  Public Transport
Phone:03 9729 2614

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Boronia Heights Primary School strives to improve the learning outcomes for all 505 students by providing a challenging and supportive environment that develops students who are confident and resilient learners and valued members of the community. Core pro... more
Student Assessment
Year 3428430418427415742
Year 5513495484509493698
Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
By Parent - 12 Dec 2022, Rate: poor
School is going backwards, not enough male teachers. Recognition not given to some students, teachers use some as their scapegoats and continually bring them down, very hard on the sensitive pupils who don't get a chance to explain, not enough support for students
representing their school in intersport activities. Mark Flack definitely took pride in his students and teachers and was always in the schoolyard supervising. Too many long time teachers have left which says lots
By Parent - 03 Feb 2022, Rate: bad
The word on the street is avoid this school! Bullying, teachers don't care and students' behaviour is not addressed.
If you are thinking about going to this school, it would be wise to think again.
By Parent - 04 Dec 2021, Rate: bad
2021- any student who expressed concerns about their treatment is shutdown and punished. Bullying is rife with many students leaving. (An entire class has left the school in my child’s year level. The school is unsafe as my child was randomly attacked, punched and spat on. No safety plan was initiated. High staff turn over with many teachers showing lack of any genuine care. This school has been detrimental to my children’s education and wellbeing. Teachers swear, lie and verbally abuse students by telling them to shut up and when genuine fear was expressed by my child, after being attacked by a student, the teacher responded with “where’s your evidence’. Be careful if considering sending your child here…when Mark Flack was Principal it was a brilliant school. It is now an soulless uncaring, unkind education institution that has plummeted into a cesspool of negligence, body shaming and bullying sitting in contrast to what is considered to be a safe and supportive learning environment. The Education Department has a responsibility for children’s care which they have failed to address.
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