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School Facts
School sector:Non-government
School type:Combined school
Total student:2925 (boy:1662, girl:1263)
Total staff:393
Student attendance:
None-english student:
ICSEA value:
1164, ranks No.123 More ICSEA Ranking...
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VCE rank:No.83 (2015), No.80 (2014), No.66 (2013), No.63 (2012), No.79 (2011), No.56 (2010), No.74 (2009), No.71 (2008)
Address:577 St Kilda Rd Melbourne Victoria 3004
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Established in 1866, Wesley College Melbourne, an open-entry school of the Uniting Church and Victorian Registered School No. 1, is one of the largest independent coeducational schools in Australia. Wesley has 3 metropolitan campuses, Elsternwick, Glen Wav... more
Student Assessment
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Year 5539506507550537207
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Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
By Parent - 26 Jul 2016, Rate: poor
St Kilda Rd campus. Not a constructive environment. Difficult to encourage kids to respect one another when some of the teaching staff are unable to demonstrate that behaviour themselves. Yelling at the students,gossiping about students in full view of student and in corridors, frequent inability to control the class. These behaviours are common, particularly with one of the language teachers. Parents are continually shocked to hear that the threat of failure is lorded over kids in yr 10. We're all stunned that this threat is being used to apparently motivate kids? Education feeling more like survival than unlocking the true potential of each student.
By Parent - 20 Jul 2016, Rate: poor
Many of the teaching staff appear tired, angry and draw on humiliation and bullying tactics to maintain any class control. Some great educators but good ones seems to move on regularly leaving the disengaged to educate. The IB determines much of the available subjects despite majority of students opting for VCE. IB also forces non language oriented students to compulsory completion of a year 10 language which is a waste of an opportunity for them to persue a subject of genuine interest.
By Parent - 20 Jul 2016, Rate: excellent
Told by the careers teacher at St Kilda Rd campus that she was too busy to get to know those students she counselled. Correspondence from the school stresses how busy Careers ed person is and in her words this is a process. Felt strongly that for Wesley careers ed is more a compliance activity and that students other than those heading for the most obvious Uni studies were irrelevant. Work exp had to be organised before any careers ed and testing had been done, which really rendered the concept of work exp futile as, again, this appears to be a compliance based activity not meaningly informed by any career conversation. The threat of not passing Yr 10 was inappropriately lorded over student by careers counsellor. Felt more like an attempt at putting student back in their box. Not only uninspiring but actually a genuinely destructive engagement.
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