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I'm hoping you can help me out.
We are looking at port noarlunga, and now have the task of looking at schools. Whats Port Noarlunga Primary like? Looking at the stat's they don't seem as they meet the national average, but does this really show? We love the sound of the area and the school. It's just such a daunting time isn't it, doing right or wrong. As you have probably seen from other posts, my daughter currently only has 16 pupils in the whole of the school, from age 4 to 11, so it will be such a big jump for her.
Help and advice greatly appreciated!
I'm sure it reached above average?? X
Hi Paula,No, looking at the stat's it hasn't for a few years http://www.myschool.edu.au/MainPages...UqovSg%3d%3dWe aren't hung up on figures mind you as the school she is at now is below average with results, but we are happy with her progress. Just wondered if anyone could give us a bit of an idea.Nic.x.
I must be reading them wrong, it says average: 1000, school average: 1006, making it just above average?? Forgive me if im being a bit thick
My eldest 7 goes to port noarlunga primary and the youngest 4 will be starting in July. The school is going through a modernization program this year which sees major building works to the main building and a few other places. These works will be finished this year. It already has a brand new gym. The school is like most Aussie schools a bit more laid back in its approach but I don't think that is a bad thing. It has a good community feel and our daughters teacher has managed to describe her down to a tee on our first parents evening ( after 3 weeks) and already has her strengths & weaknesses which we were amazed at. All in all we have been really happy with the school but I would take a look around first as there is no catchment area for the school so you will get a space if you want one.
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