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Resurrection School, EssendonCompare
School Facts
School sector:Non-government
School type:Primary school
Total student:182 (boy:77, girl:105)
Total staff:16
Student attendance:
None-english student:
ICSEA value:
1053, ranks No.672 More ICSEA Ranking...
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Address:6 Aberfeldie Street Essendon VIC 3040
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Resurrection House remains a single-stream, single grade co-educational Prep-Year 6 Catholic primary school owned and operated by the Sisters of the Resurrection under the auspices of the Catholic Education Office of the Archdiocese of Melbourne. The staff... more
Student Assessment
Year 347745647249443498
Year 5521516519527520312
Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
By Alumnus - 16 Nov 2017, Rate: poor
Memories of this boarding school were horrific and depressing for EEnglish displaced children and others who were sent there , never shown affection, lots of abuse and ridicule,my nightmares ccontinued for years after... and yes I can still remember the "bed" check every morning by the nun... dont ask what happened if you had a tooth ache... by todays standards these nuns would have been charged... still have a photo of me standing on the stairs holding onto the bannister, 5 years old... thats how it was... I am searching for a book written by a former young boy same circa ....
By Parent - 02 Sep 2017, Rate: excellent
Very happy. NAPLAN results (if that's what you want to go by) are fabulous. Well above national average. Personally, I don't judge via NAPLAN results. I think, as a parent, you should know where your child requires the most help and where their strengths lie etc. To me, it comes down to individual performance and constantly striving for the best the child can reach to their own potential.
The smaller sizes of classes is the perfect accompaniment for a more personalised education and the school has a lovely, cozy and warm feel to it, whilst still ensuring children strive and reach their full potential.
It's refreshing to see children who are polite and well-mannered in a society that is heading in the opposite direction.
Congratulations Resurrection House! Keep it up!
By Alumnus - 21 Aug 2017, Rate: bad
I was placed into Ressurection House because my parents who were Polish could not look after me, about 1954.
I wet the bed, they wrapped the wet sheets around my head and gathered up all the other children who then proceeded to humiliate and degrade me. I have never forgotten.
Not only did the nuns humiliate me, they encouraged the other children there to tease and humiliate me. I wonder if any of these children when they became parents humiliated their own children if they wet the bed.
I wonder if Jesus had wet the bed when he was 3,4,5 years old, would they have wrapped his head with his wet sheets and gathered up all the other children to humiliate and degrade him.
And they call themselves Christian.
Jesus taught love, compassion, humility (not humiliating defenceless children), understanding, kindness, respect.
The hypocrisy of these Catholics Nuns.
It still affects me to this day.
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