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St Peter's School, Keilor EastCompare
School Facts
School sector:Non-government
School type:Primary school
Total student:470 (boy:248, girl:222)
Total staff:33
Student attendance:
None-english student:
ICSEA value:
1086, ranks No.464 More ICSEA Ranking...
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Location:Keilor East
Address:2A Parkside Avenue Keilor East VIC 3033
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School Comment
Situated in the northern region of the Melbourne archdiocese, St Peter's Catholic Primary School has a student population of approximately 450. It is a caring, supportive learning community in which all families are invited to be active participants. Our R... more
Student Assessment
Year 3438435436452406511
Year 5496507510503466760
Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
By Parent - 02 Aug 2019, Rate: bad
If only there was a rating below poor. The school is run by a principal who has lost interest in her role and you can identify this by her lack of interest in the school and what is going on there. Her solution to everything is to ban whatever the issue is rather then work with the students on the issue. There is arguing on the basketball courts, ban the courts, no more basketball, no more cartwheels, no more tacking in footy and the list goes on. The parents at the school are generally from European background. Also being European I can comment on these parents. The are aggressive, want to be connected to the mafia types. They think they are gangsta and are raising their children as if they live in the hood.
Terrible actions from parents is on display daily. Go to the school at 3.15pm at school pick up and watch these “Catholic” mothers abuse and stick up their fingers, and double park in the school pick up zone in clear sight of children. Parents banging on car windows over disagreements over who had the car spot first. The school has nothing going for it and is highly overrated.
By Alumnus - 15 Oct 2013, Rate: bad
I agree with all of the above comments. I would also like to add that the schools 'Vision Statement'and values does not at all reflect what it advocates to the parents, students and the wider community.
By Parent - 05 Aug 2012, Rate: poor
The school system does not fully support students who have learning difficuties with reading and writing. There is no consistency with learning styles from teachers from year to year. The princpal does not have good communiction with parents. I have noticed that moral within the teaching staff is very low.
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