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  • St Andrew's Grammar


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    St Andrew's Grammar

    Founding year: 1991
    Website: Visit Website
    Number of students: 0
    Genders Accepted: Mixed (Co-education)
    Leadership: Mr. Craig D’cruz (Principal)
    Number of staff: 0

    St. Andrew's Grammar School provides a safe and supportive teaching and learning environment for all students. We prepare our students to be lifelong learners by focusing on academic rigor, a spirit of inquiry, and participation in a broad range of academic and co-curricular activities.
    Our learning strategies for students encourage the achievement of appropriate and challenging learning goals. Their active participation in the learning process fosters self-discipline and prepares them for a changing world's challenges. We focus on a holistic approach to the education of each child academically, socially, and spiritually.
    One feature of St. Andrew's Grammar education is the strong sense of community that our school provides through the Hellenic Community of WA, the Greek Consulate, and the Greek Orthodox Church. Our high-quality staff is committed to the welfare of every individual child. Our school provides students with an opportunity to develop self-esteem, confidence, and lasting friendships in a safe and supportive environment.
    St. Andrew's Grammar provides a unique Orthodox Christian and Hellenic co-educational experience focusing on academic excellence, Greek language, and culture within a safe and caring learning environment. Planning and teaching for all learning areas follow the Western Australian Curriculum Scope and Sequence content. Modern Greek is taught using the Australia Curriculum document.
    An extensive assessment program drives planning, teaching, and learning and incorporates Summative and Formative assessment. Compulsory testing includes the collection of Baseline Data at the beginning of each year, NAPLAN testing in Term 2 for Years 3 and 5, Even Years NAPLAN testing in Term 3, and Common Assessment Tasks year. The reporting process includes Parent-Student-Teacher interviews with goal setting at the end of Term 1, a Semester Report at the end of Term 2, a Learning Journey at the end of Term 3, and a Final Report at the end of Term 4.





    Address: St Andrew's Grammar, 2 Hellenic Drive, Dianella Perth, Western Australia, WA 6059, Australia

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