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Holy Family Catholic School, Parafield GardensCompare
School Facts
School sector:Non-government
School type:Primary school
Total student:844 (boy:387, girl:457)
Total staff:47
Student attendance:
None-english student:
ICSEA value:
984, ranks No.436 More ICSEA Ranking...
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Location:Parafield Gardens
Address:71 Shepherdson Road Parafield Gardens, SA 5107
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Phone:08 8250 6616

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Holy Family is a welcoming, caring community of learning that embraces holistically its Catholic Ethos with a commitment to excellence in learning, pastoral care, faith formation, ecology, building community capacity and social justice. The changing nature... more
Student Assessment
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Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
By Student - 26 Aug 2017, Rate: excellent
I had cousins who were way more advanced wuth their schoolwork than me and they went yo a publuc school. Teachers didnt care and the work we did in class was a lot of the time silly. No where to play jyst one small plaground. Parenrs were always angry about the teachers and education but they did not take me out. I wish i had gone somewhere else. Hard to make friends most of kids were from other countries.
By Parent - 26 Aug 2017, Rate: bad
This school heavily influenced by reggio emilio method of learning whereby teachers do not actually teach and are considered "co-learners". Multiple year levels in classes...in the hope that the older teach younger so they can save money on teachers. First 3 year levels in free play all day...no maths...no writting..no homework. I pulled my son out. I dont think they are working within the australian curriculum and they could not show me on paper that they were. This is kindergarten for big kids. Teachers spend too much time blogging. Kids are expected to have enough initiative to keep themselves busy and entertained all day without any formal education or structure to their day. I was made to feel like my son had a problem because he was bored all day and didnt know what to do..teachers meeting happened where i was given advice and tips given on how to increase his initiative at home so they didnt have to give him directives at school!!!!!
By Student - 01 Jun 2015, Rate: excellent
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