1 2015 Annual Report to the School Community Narre Warren South P-12 College School Number: 8839 Name of School Principal: Rob Duncan Name of School Council President: Greg Bailey Date of Endorsement: 23/03/2016 All Victorian government school teachers meet the registration requirements of the Victorian Institute of Teaching ( This school meets prescribed minimum standards for registration as regulated by the Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA) in accordance with the Education and Training Reform Act 2006, inclusive of those schools granted an exemption by the VRQA under the 'Student enrolment numbers' and/or 'Curriculum framework for schools - languages program' minimum standards until 31 December 2015.
2 School Context About Our School Narre Warren South P-12 College is on one campus consisting of two sub schools - Prep to Year 6 and Year 7 to 12. The school has 180 equivalent full-time staff, 5 principal class, 120 teachers and 60 education support staff, including administration, student support and integration staff. The school is a welcoming place where students from many cultures learn together in excellent facilities. The College is at the 28 th percentile of all State schools in socio-economic terms. The school family occupation (SFO) percentile is Many students have not attended Kindergarten or day care prior to commencing school. Nearly all our students from Year 6 stay on to do their secondary education. The College experiences significant change over of students over the 13 years of schooling. Cultural diversity is a feature of the College community with at least 50 ethnic groups being represented speaking 68 languages. Approximately 50% of the Year 7 enrolments originate from the primary school. Approximately 40% of our senior students undertake a VCAL pathway (trade/vocational focus) A third of the College s student population comes from families where the language background is other than English, and around 20% qualify for the EAL program. Many community groups access a variety of the College s facilities for sport and the College is a central facility within the community. The College is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) offering vocational qualifications in Building and Construction, Engineering, Furnishings, Hospitality and Community Services. The RTO also offers white card training and First Aid under its scope. We take great pride in all our students, working hard at school and getting excellent results. Our VCE median study score has been stable at 31 for the past five years, placing us well above the state average. Coupled with our outstanding VCAL and VET results, we are a College that meets the pathway needs of all of our students. This is an outstanding achievement and has gained the school recognition far and wide, including 16 State Awards since 2006 for staff and students in our VCAL program and two Premiers Awards for VCE (perfect study scores). The foundations for these results are found in our exemplary programs in the Primary and early Secondary sections of the College, where our focus on academic achievement and strong civic participation are evident. Student Attitudes to School reflect a strong sense of connectedness to school in both the Primary and Secondary areas of the College. Achievement Narre Warren South P-12 College is continuing to improve student performance in all year levels. In 2015 the College developed a Teaching and Learning Model to ensure consistency of practice from Prep through to Year 12, maintaining high standards of professionalism to achieve the best possible learning outcomes for all students. All students on the Program for Students with a Disability showed satisfactory achievement of goals set on individual learning plans. VCAL/VET results again achieved 100% completion rate. The VCE Year 12 results were outstanding with a median study score of 31 which has been maintained since 2011 and is well above state average. 100% of our senior students (VCAL and VCE) who applied for a tertiary place were successful in gaining an offer. NAPLAN data shows that we are largely performing at the level of similar schools, although it is pleasing to note that our learning gain in numeracy is well above state benchmarks at all levels.
3 Engagement Within the College engagement measures are strong, with student attendance, retention and transition to post-school destinations all close to or better than state average. There has been a major focus on postschool destinations, supported by a highly effective Careers team and our outstanding post-compulsory results in both VCE and VCAL enable these positive outcomes. Within the Primary school attendance has improved significantly over the past 12 months. This is the result of a concerted effort from Primary leadership and staff. Wellbeing Students move positively through their 13 years of education. The College is mindful that not all of our students commence at Prep but join us at later times. We are well practised at welcoming new students to our College ensuring they are comfortable at school, have a friendship group and are able to make a positive school start. Our transition into Prep and Year 7 is a comprehensive program enabling students to feel secure at school. The College does well supporting senior students on leaving secondary school going onto further study or full time employment. 100% of Year 12 students who applied for tertiary education were successful in gaining a position. Well-being support is provided across the College with two Student Well-being Counsellors (one in Secondary and one in Primary), a Chaplain (whole College), a psychologist and a social/youth worker. The College receives additional assistance from Regional SSSO staff. Student Attitudes to School Connectedness and Perceptions of Safety are outstanding and place us within the top 20% of schools on this measure. Productivity The College has effectively utilised its resources staff, time, space, funding, facilities, community expertise and DET supports to achieve excellent outcomes for our students. Significant effort and resourcing goes into ensuring our buildings and grounds are well maintained to provide the optimum learning environment for students saw significant works to the College grounds, including the provision of seating throughout the Secondary school and the redesign and landscaping of areas of the Primary grounds. The College attained a substantial surplus which will ensure the further development of indoor and outdoor learning environments. For more detailed information regarding our school please visit our website at
4 The Government School provides an overview of how this school is contributing to the objectives of the Education State and how it compares to other Victorian government schools. All schools work in partnership with their school community to improve outcomes for children and young people. Sharing this information with parents and the wider school community will help to deliver community engagement in student learning in the school, which is a state-wide priority of the Framework for Improving Student Outcomes. School Profile Enrolment Profile A total of 1934 students were enrolled at this school in 2015, 958 female and 976 male. There were 19% of EAL (English as an Additional Language) students and 0% ATSI (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) students. Overall Socio-Economic Profile Based on the school's Student Family Occupation index which takes into account parents' occupations. Parent Satisfaction Summary Average level of parent satisfaction with the school, as derived from the annual Parent Opinion survey. The score is reported on a scale of 1 to 7, where 7 is the highest possible score. School Staff Survey Measures the percent endorsement by staff on school climate derived from the annual School Staff survey. The percent endorsement indicates the percent of positive responses (agree or strongly agree) on school climate from staff at the school. Data are suppressed for schools with fewer than three respondents to the survey for confidentiality reasons.
5 (Primary Year Levels) Achievement Student Outcomes School Comparison Teacher Assessments from the Australian Curriculum/Victorian Essential Learning Standards (AusVELS) Percentage of students in Years Prep to 6 with a grade of C or above in: English Mathematics The grades are the same as those used in your child's end of year report. A 'C' rating means that a student is at the standard expected at the time of reporting. Towards Foundation Level AusVELS Learning gain of students, relative to expectation in a year, for all students working within Towards Foundation Level AusVELS (AusVELS A to D). Towards Foundation Level AusVELS is not used for the School Comparison. Data will not be displayed where less than 10 student assessments were provided.
6 (Primary Year Levels) Achievement Student Outcomes School Comparison NAPLAN Year 3 The percentage of students in the top 3 bands of testing in NAPLAN at Year 3. Year 3 assessments are reported on a scale from Bands 1-6. NAPLAN Year 5 The percentage of students in the top 3 bands of testing in NAPLAN at Year 5. Year 5 assessments are reported on a scale from Bands 3-8.
7 (Primary Year Levels) Achievement Student Outcomes School Comparison NAPLAN Learning Gain Year 3 - Year 5 Learning gain of students from Year 3 to Year 5 in the following domains; Reading, Numeracy, Writing, Spelling and Grammar and Punctuation. NAPLAN learning gain is determined by comparing a student's current year result to the results of all similar Victorian students (i.e. students in all sectors in the same year level who had the same score two years prior). If the current year result is in the top 25%, their gain level is categorised as High, middle 50%, is Medium and bottom 25%, is Low. NAPLAN Learning Gain does not require a School Comparison.
8 (Primary Year Levels) Engagement Student Outcomes School Comparison Average Number of Student Absence Days Average days absent per full time equivalent (FTE) student per year. Common reasons for non-attendance include illness and extended family holidays. Absence from school can impact on students learning. A school comparison rating of lower indicates that the absence rate in this school is greater than what we would estimate, given the background characteristics of their students. Average 2015 attendance rate by year level: Prep Yr1 Yr2 Yr3 Yr4 Yr5 Yr6 90 % 91 % 91 % 93 % 92 % 93 % 93 %
9 (Primary Year Levels) Wellbeing Student Outcomes School Comparison Students Attitudes to School - Connectedness to School Measures the Connectedness to School factor derived from the Attitudes to School survey completed annually by Victorian government school students in Years 5 to 12. The school's average score is reported here on a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 is the highest possible score. Students Attitudes to School - Student Perceptions of Safety Measures the Student Perceptions of Safety factor derived from the Attitudes to School survey completed annually by Victorian government school students in Years 5 to 12. The school's average score is reported here on a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 is the highest possible score.
10 (Secondary Year Levels) Achievement Student Outcomes School Comparison Teacher Assessments from the Australian Curriculum/Victorian Essential Learning Standards (AusVELS) Percentage of students in Years 7 to 10 with a grade of C or above in: English Mathematics The grades are the same as those used in your child's end of year report. A 'C' rating means that a student is at the standard expected at the time of reporting. Towards Foundation Level AusVELS Learning gain of students, relative to expectation in a year, for all students working within Towards Foundation Level AusVELS (AusVELS A to D). Towards Foundation Level AusVELS is not used for the School Comparison. Data will not be displayed where less than 10 student assessments were provided.
11 (Secondary Year Levels) Achievement Student Outcomes School Comparison NAPLAN Year 7 The percentage of students in the top 3 bands of testing in NAPLAN at Year 7. Year 7 assessments are reported on a scale from Bands 4-9. Being the first year of secondary school, Year 7 NAPLAN is not used for the School Comparison. NAPLAN Year 9 The percentage of students in the top 3 bands of testing in NAPLAN at Year 9. Year 9 assessments are reported on a scale from Bands 5-10.
12 (Secondary Year Levels) Achievement Student Outcomes School Comparison NAPLAN Learning Gain Year 5 - Year 7 Learning gain of students from Year 5 to Year 7 in the following domains; Reading, Numeracy, Writing, Spelling & Grammar and Punctuation. NAPLAN learning gain is determined by comparing a student's current year result to the results of all similar Victorian students (i.e. students in all sectors in the same year level who had the same score two years prior). If the current year result is in the top 25%, their gain level is categorised as High, middle 50%, is Medium and bottom 25%, is Low. NAPLAN Learning Gain does not require a School Comparison. NAPLAN Learning Gain Year 7 - Year 9 Learning gain of students from Year 7 to Year 9 in the following domains; Reading, Numeracy, Writing, Spelling & Grammar and Punctuation. NAPLAN learning gain is determined by comparing a student's current year result to the results of all similar Victorian students (i.e. students in all sectors in the same year level who had the same score two years prior). If the current year result is in the top 25%, their gain level is categorised as High, middle 50%, is Medium and bottom 25%, is Low. NAPLAN Learning Gain does not require a School Comparison. Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) Mean study score from all VCE subjects undertaken by students at this school. This includes all Unit 3 and 4 studies (including those completed in Year 11) and any VCE VET studies awarded a study score. The maximum student study score is 50 and the state-wide mean (including government and nongovernment schools) is set at 30. Students in 2015 who satisfactorily completed their VCE: 98% Year 12 students in 2015 undertaking at least one Vocational Education and Training (VET) unit of competence: 47% VET units of competence satisfactorily completed in 2015: 99% Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) credits satisfactorily completed in 2015: 100%
13 (Secondary Year Levels) Engagement Student Outcomes School Comparison Average Number of Student Absence Days Average days absent per full time equivalent (FTE) student per year. Common reasons for non-attendance include illness and extended family holidays. Absence from school can impact on students learning. A school comparison rating of lower indicates that the absence rate in this school is greater than what we would estimate, given the background characteristics of their students. Average 2015 attendance rate by year level: Yr7 Yr8 Yr9 Yr10 Yr11 Yr12 91 % 93 % 89 % 91 % 94 % 95 % Student Retention Percentage of Year 7 students who remain at the school through to Year 10. Students exiting to further studies and fulltime employment Percentage of students from Years 10 to 12 going on to further studies or full-time employment. Note: This measure uses data from the previous year.
14 (Secondary Year Levels) Wellbeing Student Outcomes School Comparison Students Attitudes to School - Connectedness to School Measures the Connectedness to School factor derived from the Attitudes to School survey completed annually by Victorian government school students in Years 5 to 12. The school's average score is reported here on a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 is the highest possible score. Students Attitudes to School - Student Perceptions of Safety Measures the Student Perceptions of Safety factor derived from the Attitudes to School survey completed annually by Victorian government school students in Years 5 to 12. The school's average score is reported here on a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 is the highest possible score.
15 How to read the What are student outcomes? Student outcomes show the achievements of students in this school in English and Mathematics. They also show results in national literacy and numeracy tests and, for secondary colleges, the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) examinations. They provide important information about student attendance and engagement at school. For secondary colleges, the Performance Summary also provides information about how many students at this school go on to further studies or full-time work after leaving school. You can see these results for the latest year, as well as the average of the last four years (where available). The also allows you to compare student outcomes for students at this school with the outcomes of students in all other Victorian government schools. What is a School Comparison? The School comparison is a way of comparing school performance that takes into account the different student intake characteristics of each school. A School comparison takes into account the school s academic intake, the socio-economic background of students, the number of Aboriginal students, the number of non-english speaking and refugee students, the number of students with a disability, and the size and location of the school. The School comparison measures show that most schools are doing well and are achieving results that are similar to what we would estimate given the background characteristics of their students. Some schools are doing exceptionally well with the students they have, and have higher performance. Some schools have lower performance after taking into account their students characteristics these schools will receive targeted support to ensure that there is improvement. Additionally, NAPLAN learning gain charts are provided for each of the NAPLAN domains. These compare a student's current year NAPLAN result to the results of all similar Victorian students (i.e. students in all sectors in the same year level who had the same NAPLAN score two years prior). If the current year result is in the top 25% their gain level is categorised as High, the middle 50% is categorised as Medium and the bottom 25% is categorised as Low. Results for students working within Towards Foundation Level AusVELS (AusVELS A-D) show the percentages of these students making progress below, at and above the expectations of their schools. Looking at both the student outcomes and school comparisons provides important information about what a school is doing well and the areas that require further improvement. More information on school comparison performance measures can be found at: ment/pages/performreports.aspx What is the meaning of Data not available? For some schools, there are too few students to provide data. For other schools, there are no students at some levels, so school comparisons are not possible. Newly opened schools have only the latest year of data and no averages from previous years. The Department also recognises the unique circumstances of Specialist, Select Entry, English Language and Community Schools where school comparisons are not appropriate. What is this school doing to improve? All schools have a plan to improve outcomes for their students. The About Our School statement provides a summary of this school s improvement plan.
16 Financial Performance and Position Financial Performance - Operating Statement Summary for the year ending 31 December, 2015 Financial Position as at 31 December, 2015 Revenue Actual Funds Available Actual Student Resource Package $16,610,368 High Yield Investment Account $6,562 Government Provided DET Grants $2,163,834 Official Account $105,078 Government Grants Commonwealth $13,525 Other Accounts $41,531 Government Grants State $7,850 Total Funds Available $153,170 Revenue Other $224,235 Locally Raised Funds $788,051 Total Operating Revenue $19,807,863 Expenditure Student Resource Package $15,963,768 Books & Publications $11,138 Communication Costs $72,236 Consumables $577,148 Miscellaneous Expense $853,629 Professional Development $83,601 Property and Equipment Services $943,478 Salaries & Allowances $292,417 Trading & Fundraising $23,122 Travel & Subsistence $24,031 Utilities $147,591 Financial Commitments Operating Reserve $10,000 Capital - Buildings/Grounds incl SMS<12 months $44,727 Cooperative Bank Account $41,531 Revenue Receipted in Advance $56,912 Total Financial Commitments $153,170 Total Operating Expenditure $18,992,157 Net Operating Surplus/-Deficit $815,706 Asset Acquisitions $57,130 Student Resource Package Expenditure figures are as of 21 March 2016 and are subject to change during the reconciliation process. Misc Expenses may include bank charges, health and personal development, administration charges, camp/excursion costs and taxation charges. Salaries and Allowances refers to school-level payroll. All funds received from the Department, or raised by the school, have been expended, or committed to subsequent years, to support the achievement of educational outcomes and other operational needs of the school, consistent with Department policies, School Council approvals and the intent/purposes for which funding was provided or raised. Financial performance and position commentary 2015 has been an improved year financially for the college, with continuing student number growth adding more to our SRP income.this was close to $400,000 above what was anticipated due to strong enrolment growth plus a large amount of delayed 2014 short term leave recovery coming in 2015 and two years of utility adjustments. Our number of international students have remained static bringing in the same income as in In semester the Victorian Government introduced the camps, excursions and activities fund and this generated $18,000 in the second half of 2015.
17 Operation Newstart Casey ceased to be eligible for advance funding, but qualified for Engage funding. Our fee collection rate was approximately 5% improved on the previous year in 2015 bring in an extra $35,000 and make up for the 5% loss due to EMA ceasing in A number of facilities projects that had been on hold where completed in 2015 pushing up buildings and grounds spending by $150,000 such as those listed below, but this was still done within overall budget spending. Music room renovations and upgrades. Renewal of worn out portable carpets and blinds. Introduction of ipad s. Smart TV s for some classrooms. Primary grounds concreting and landscaping. Disabled access in F and G block and the Skills Centre. The College recorded a substantial staffing surplus in 2015 largely due to the changing profile of the work force and reclassification of a range of positions across the College.
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