Guest mark&rachel

Schools in Sheidow Park & Hallett Cove

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    Guest mark&rachel

    We are hoping to move to Hallett Cove or Sheidow Park,

     

    Can anyone advise on schools and kindys in area?

     

    I know people have different views but all much appreicated.

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    Hi there,

     

    We used to live in Hallett Cove so our children started at the R-12. We have no complaints and both have settled really well.

     

    We have recently moved to Sheidow Park - we are not going to move schools as children happy where they are, but Woodend Primary is just around the corner from us and looks like a nice school. Know a couple of people whose children go there too and they seem to like it. Woodend is an R-7 school.

     

    Good luck with your decision making!

     

    Julie

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    Hiya,

     

    There are 3 schools n Hallett Cove - the R-12 (reception through to Yr12), Hallett Cove East Primary (where my eldest goes) and Hallett Cove South. Know nothing about the south school except that it is very small. I think the East Primary is a lovely school and isn't too big - has a nice community feel to it. There are 2 Kindy's in HC too, the one we attend being Karrara Kindy on Barramundi Drv. It's a small one with again, a great community vibe and acts as a feeder kindy for the East school. Sheidow Park only has the Woodend Kindy and Primary as public schools.... they also have a private primary (called St Martin's I think??). I have looked round the kindy once and found it to be too busy for my liking, but that's just me. I don't know anything about the schools, but I'm sure someone on here will.

     

    Jo xx

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    Sheidow Park has 2 schools - Woodend and Sheidow Park Primary. It has Woodend Childrens Centre Kindy (next door to Woodend) and Trott Park Kindy which is a stones throw away as the suburbs tend to merge a bit. I would suggest loooking around the schools and kindys as everyone has different views on what suits them. Might be a bit diffiucult in the school hols, but there is normally staff back there at least 1 week before start of term

     

    edit: And jo is right, also St Martin De Porres, which is a private school, but a church one, so probably not so expensive, have no idea

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