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|The Friends School is a co-educational residential and boarding school under the auspices of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). It is the largest independent school in Tasmania. While not an academically selective school, typically 98% of its Year... more|
|Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.|
|By Student - 06 Jun 2020, Rate: bad|
|The most disgusting experience I have ever had in my entire life. I am a former student of this hellhole. Having been at friends from years 7-10 I experienced nothing but deliberate social isolation and bullying from teachers. If you’re not good at math or science forget about being treated with respect. The Friends School is a place that breeds and encourages sociopathic behaviour, in year 10 I was sick for a week and the next week when I got back to school, people looked at me differently. I had found out from another student that somebody had started a disgusting untrue rumour about me and to this day, I still receive messages from these spineless, weak pathetic people who use fake accounts. I have brought my lawyer in to this and have made contact with the police. The people that come from this place are some of the most egotistical, disgustingly vile people you will ever come across. I have travelled and met many different people since last being at this hellhole and I can say all of this with complete confidence. Please for your own sanity and mental wellbeing, DO NOT consider sending your child to this disgusting place. |
|By Student - 21 Mar 2016, Rate: excellent|
|The calming nature of the teachers and the quaker values have played a significant role in who I am today. Although having ups and downs with the school, I can not imagine going to a school with different beliefs and values. The school provides it students with wonderful opportunities to get involved both in school and with the wider community. |
No school can consider themselves a 'bully free' school, although bullying does occasionally happen I have never witnessed anyone being bullied based on the economic status of their parents, in fact, students rarely discuss their families financial matters - it is often the students who come from less 'wealthy' backgrounds who make a big deal over what peoples parents do/how much money they make.
|By Employee - 21 Feb 2016, Rate: bad|
|Nasty place to work|