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Christian School

School Performance Information 2010


Table of Contents Principal’s Introduction .............................................................................................................................. 3 1. Contextual Information .................................................................................................................... 4 2. Teacher Standards & Qualifications................................................................................................. 7 3. Workforce Composition ................................................................................................................... 7 4. Student Attendance .......................................................................................................................... 7 5. Senior Secondary Outcomes ............................................................................................................ 8 6. Student outcomes in standardised national literacy and numeracy testing:...................................... 8 7. Parent, student and teacher satisfaction with the School................................................................ 11 8. Post School Destinations (Year 12)................................................................................................ 12 9. Income Broken Down by Funding Source ..................................................................................... 12

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Principal’s Introduction (Please note that this report should be read in conjunction with the ‘Annual Reports and Financial Statements for the year ended 31st December 2010.’ This was distributed to all Association Members prior to the holding of the 2011 Annual General Meeting on May 31st, 2011.) This Report will also be available on our website www.chairo.vic.edu.au. The information contained in the following Report covers the key reporting areas relating to school performance required by the Australian Government to be made publicly available to the School and wider communities in the prescribed formats. At Chairo Christian School, we always have a strong desire to ensure that our School community is kept fully informed about our School programs and performance. This is in line with our School Mission Statement which reads – “To provide excellence in Christ-centred education in partnership with families within a caring Christian community”. As ‘partners’ in the educational process, our parents are greatly valued and we wish to maintain effective communication with them at all times. We do this through a variety of methods including our School Newsletter (The Chronicle); via the School website; through SMS and email messages; through telephone conversations, personal interviews, surveys and direct mail outs. Similarly we see this report as providing a further vehicle to highlight useful contextual information about the type of education that occurs at a Christian Education National School (previously known as Christian Parent Controlled Schools) such as Chairo Christian School. Relevant aims, programs and distinctive educational features will be referred to later in this report. This report provides key performance and statistical data as well as highlighting some of the major events of 2010 at Chairo Christian School. As you read through these pages, I trust that you will be greatly encouraged by the continual growth and development that has occurred at our School. 2010 marked another busy year in the life of our School. It was a year where enrolments remained steady and where there was a continuation of our building program. These aspects should foster a sense of great confidence within our Chairo community about the future health of our School. Please carefully read through the pages of this report. I am confident that they will provide you with a clear and accurate overview of the major events and programs that occurred at Chairo Christian School in 2010. This informative report will specifically cover the areas of staffing and student performance in National and State Testing Programs, with a close focus on Senior School student performance and post-secondary destinations. The data provided indicates that Chairo Christian School is providing ‘Christ-centred’ education that meets the needs of our students. It also prepares them to confidently head out into the wider community with the required skills and abilities to make a productive contribution to their society. Rob Bray Principal

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Contextual Information

As previously stated, Chairo Christian School is a Christian Education National (CEN) School and membership of this national organisation of like-minded Christian schools forms an essential part of our identity. Chairo Christian School is located on three geographically separate sites. In 2010, we had campuses at Pakenham (Pre-Kinder -Year 10); Drouin (Middle School: Years 5-8 and Senior School: Years 9-12) and Drouin East (Junior School: Pre-Kinder –Year 4). Chairo’s two Early Learning Centres cater for the special developmental needs of young children through the provision of 3 and 4 Year Old Kindergarten programs. Our Junior Schools provide intimate learning centres for children from Prep to Year 4. Chairo operates two Middle Schools which cater for the special learning needs of the ‘emerging adolescent’ from Year 5 to Year 8. Senior School encompasses the vital period from Year 9 to Year 12. Senior School provides a broad choice of VCE subjects with some VET offerings. As of the 2010 August Census, Chairo Christian School had 948 students enrolled from Prep – Year 12 across our three campuses. The student population is drawn from a widely spread geographic region. Chairo students come from as far away as Traralgon and surrounding regions in the East through to Narre Warren in the West. Due to the rural locations of the three campuses, students predominately arrive at school via buses or private vehicles. Chairo Christian School caters for students from a diverse range of backgrounds. The families of many students are involved in rural occupations such as dairying and horticulture, with many also living in rural townships. However, the Pakenham growth corridor sees many of our students coming from urban backgrounds. Many of these families have themselves only recently relocated to the Pakenham area as the population rapidly expands. Whilst the majority of students come from Christian families, enrolments are also accepted from families with no church affiliations who are supportive of the ethos of the School. Chairo serves the needs of families from a wide variety of socio-economic backgrounds. The 2010 My School website indicated that Chairo draws its student intake fairly evenly from across the four Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage quartiles. All activities and programs at Chairo Christian School are delivered from a Christian Worldview perspective. This means that Christian perspectives are integrated throughout the whole curriculum rather than being added as a separate subject. Staff participate in professional development programs which equip them to teach Christianly. Chairo Christian School continues to provide a vibrant K-12 curriculum with academic outcomes comparing very favourably with statistically similar schools across the nation and VCE results also comparing favourably with the Victorian state average. Teaching and Learning priorities and achievements (2010): •

To have good learning experiences we need a good learning environment and Chairo works very hard at providing quality facilities and grounds. In 2010, we were delighted to have purpose-built venues completed including physical education, library, language, art and IT facilities around our campuses. The learning environment also extends to the culture and relationships that our students experience. We can, with confidence, say that excellence is being upheld in this area and our students really benefit from the nurturing care of their teachers and the positive influence of their peers.

Significant achievements in 2010 included the development of an Information and Communication Technology Strategic Plan which provides for increasing student access to computers, better infrastructure and more classroom equipment such as interactive whiteboards and data projectors. This was facilitated through participation in the Australian Government Quality Teacher Program. 4


2010 developments also included a comprehensive review of our library services and the appointment of additional staff including a new Head of Library, who oversees library operations across the campuses.

Chairo participated in the National Partnerships Program administered by Independent Schools Victoria (ISV). Through this program we access government funding for enhancing teacher quality and supporting literacy and numeracy. This culminated in various Professional Development activities for staff and significant improvements in the testing and recording of students’ achievements, and the subsequent use of this information to inform teaching practice.

Progress was made in a range of other areas including Senior School successfully transitioning to a new reporting software package that integrates with our School Administration System, widespread first aid training for our staff and the successful registration of new teachers with the Victorian Institute of Teaching.

Mission and Service: Our School places a high priority on the areas of mission and service. Students have numerous opportunities to participate in relevant programs that occur at a local, national and international level, including annual student and staff teaching team visits to our Sister School located in China. A smaller scale student exchange program also exists between Chairo and Colegio Alborada de Puente Alto School in Chile. In 2010 Chairo hosted a Year 11 Chilean student. An annual ‘Mission and Service’ Trip to the Northern Territory also occurs. Here students receive training in cross-cultural outreach before spending time in a remote indigenous community. A major priority at Chairo Christian School is to develop the characters of young men and women who will display a ‘servant heart’ mentality. Our School continues to produce graduates who place a high priority on serving others, be they the elderly and impoverished within our local community or serving others on a ‘mission’ field overseas. Our Student Senate and Student Representative Councils (SRC’s) are also actively involved in fundraising events for worthy community organisations. These are usually supported through the operation of a Casual Clothes Day each term. One example of this, in 2010, was the provision of 230 shoe boxes containing attractive and useful presents for underprivileged children from overseas as part of the Samaritan’s Purse Program. Our Pakenham SRC also raised money for Mizpah Homes in India as well as families within the School community who were experiencing difficulties. The Drouin Senior School Senate donated money to support a proposed education centre in Indonesia. Camps and Excursions: Students at Chairo Christian School are privileged to be involved in a wide variety of stimulating experiences that take them well beyond the classroom. Many of these events have a focus on healthy outdoor educational activities. The programs are designed to be age-appropriate with the duration and challenges of the activities increasing as children move to higher year levels. Pastoral Care: Chairo places a high priority on its welfare and pastoral care programs. All teachers at Chairo play an active role in attending to the pastoral care needs of our students. To assist in this task, Chairo is fortunate to have the services of two chaplains. Chairo chaplains have been actively involved in a variety of programs and service provision across all three Chairo campuses. They assist in areas such as staff and student devotions, chapel and special services and assemblies and attend camps and excursions as appropriate. They are also regularly involved in personal interviews with students, parents and staff as required.

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Sporting and Cultural Program: Chairo students are regularly engaged in a wide variety of sporting activities. Once again in 2010, students have been involved in sports at House, Inter-School and Interstate levels. Chairo is affiliated with numerous sporting bodies and, as a strongly growing school, our sporting achievements are flourishing. Students throughout the School are encouraged to participate in a variety of cultural events that occur at both House and Inter-School levels. These include areas such as Chess, Theatre Sports, Public Speaking and Debating, Music and Dance. Numerous students and staff choose to be involved in the various School Productions that occur at each of our campuses, usually on an annual basis. Many hours of dedication and commitment are put into the rehearsals to ensure the successful presentation of these events. In 2010 our Drouin Senior and some Drouin Middle School students presented ‘The Wizard of Oz’, held at the West Gippsland Arts Centre. Our Pakenham Campus students were involved in their production called ‘Peter Pan’. Participation in events such as these clearly develop numerous skill areas including performing arts, music, song and dance as well as the more technical ‘back stage’ skills of lighting, sound and set construction. These events were thoroughly enjoyed by the many parents and friends who came to provide enthusiastic support. Chairo students continue to participate enthusiastically in a range of community events. These include activities such as the Drouin Ficifolia Parade that sees our School entering a float, colourfully decorated according to each year’s theme. Many students, especially from our Drouin East Junior School, are actively involved in this parade. Another community event where Chairo students represent our School is at the annual ANZAC Day ceremonies. Student Leadership Programs: Another key characteristic of the education program at Chairo Christian School relates to the high priority that we place on the development of student leadership skills. 2010 has been another significant year for our student leaders. Each year students are encouraged to nominate to become members of the Senate (Senior School Drouin Campus and Pakenham Campus) or Student Representative Councils (Middle School Drouin). One further advantage of being a school that operates three distinct learning communities –Junior, Middle and Senior- is that we provide an extra level for student leadership. Hence Year 4 students also have a leadership role and at Years 8 and 12 we elect student leaders to become our Captains and ViceCaptains. At our Pakenham Campus the Middle and Senior School Captains and Vice-Captains meet on a weekly basis with their respective Heads of School. They discuss issues of relevance to their School sections as well as planning assemblies and other special events. The Senate and SRC meet regularly to discuss issues of importance to our students and to make recommendations for further action. They also organise Casual Clothes Days and other social events, designed for the enjoyment of the School community but also with the purpose of raising funds for worthy community programs. Once again in 2010 many of these leaders had the opportunity to participate in Leadership Training Programs and to meet with student leaders from other schools. Our student leaders also play a very active role in the running of each of our Presentation Evenings at the conclusion of our School year. Student leaders displayed initiative in organising, leading and providing musical presentations for a number of these events. Chairo students are involved in numerous specific leadership training programs. In 2010 these included three Years 9/10 students attending a one week program run by ‘Cornerstone Community Inc.’, located in Swan Hill. Chairo’s four Year 12 Senior School Captains and Vice-Captains joined, on two occasions, with students from surrounding secondary schools in the Baw Baw Shire to discuss and compare leadership strategies. At the start of 2010 two past Chairo School Captains (from 2009) participated in the national ‘Compass’ Christian School Leadership Training Program held in Queensland. These are just some of the leadership training opportunities that Chairo students have access to on an annual basis. Chairo Christian School continues to be a dynamic learning community. The 2010 school year has been no exception. We are confident that we offer our families quality educational programs that are designed to allow all students to fully develop their God-given gifts and talents.

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I wish to extend a personal thankyou to all members of our School community – parents, students and staff – for the vital role that they have played in ensuring that 2010 has been such a successful year at Chairo Christian School. I thank them for their assistance in so many ways: for attending camps and excursions; for ensuring the delivery of quality programs both within and beyond the classroom; for undertaking all tasks in a diligent manner and for the provision of on-going prayer support that must undergird everything that we do.

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Teacher Standards & Qualifications

Of the 94 teachers employed in 2010: 89 had a Bachelor of Education or a Bachelor Degree 49 had a Diploma of Education/Teaching 31 had additional Graduate Diplomas or Certificates 7 had additional Masters Degrees 1 had a Doctorate All our teachers are accredited with the VIT and have provided satisfactory police checks.

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Workforce Composition

In 2010 Chairo had 1010 student enrolments from Prep to Year 12 across our 3 campuses. In addition to this we had 124 enrolled in 3 and 4 Year Old Kinder. As at the Australian Government Census in August 2010, numbers of staff employed within the School to appropriately cater for the needs of these children and their families were: Teaching Staff 74.8 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) teaching staff were employed, involving 91 individual staff members. Of these 50 were full time, 65% were female and none were from declared Indigenous backgrounds. Non-Teaching Staff Non-teaching staff include classroom aides and assistants, administration and finance staff, specialist support staff such as chaplains, grounds and maintenance staff and library staff. In 2010 the numbers of non- teaching staff employed as of Census Day were: 34.2 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) non-teaching staff, involving 57 individual staff members. Of these 15 were full time, 74% were female and none were from declared Indigenous backgrounds.

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Student Attendance

On average the percentage of students absent from school all day in 2010 was 4.5% (being 95.5% attendance). This is broken down by year level below. Year Level

Attendance

Absent

Prep 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

99.4% 96.3% 95.2% 95.4% 96.5% 92.6% 96.6% 95.0% 95.2% 95.3%

0.6% 3.7% 4.8% 4.6% 3.5% 7.4% 3.4% 5.0% 4.8% 4.7% 7


10 11 12

93.9% 92.8% 96.6%

Whole School 95.5%

6.1% 7.2% 3.4%

4.5%

Management of Student Non-attendance At Chairo Christian School we place a high priority on communicating effectively and promptly with all of our School families. This is in line with our School Mission Statement which refers directly to the term ‘in partnership with families’. Our 2010 and 2011 Focus Statement is ‘Productive partnership through effective communication’. Once again, this highlights the priority that we place on effective communication with our School community. The way in which we respond to our School families in relation to the area of student attendance also reflects the above priorities. Student attendance rolls are marked twice daily; at the start of the School day and immediately after lunch. Notification of student absences where no explanation has been received is forwarded promptly to parents via an SMS message. If not provided earlier, an explanatory note from parents outlining the reason for a student absence is also required on the return of students to school. These notes are appropriately filed. Homegroup, Core or Grade Teachers are expected to personally contact the home of a student in their class who has been absent for a number of days. This provides both pastoral care support and a further accountability process in relation to the absence. The number of student absences is also recorded in Student Semester Reports.

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Senior Secondary Outcomes

Statistics from our VCE Cohort

2008

2009

2010

Number of students enrolled in a VCE 3&4 Unit Number of students enrolled in a VCE VET Certificate Percent of satisfactory VCE completion Per cent of eligible students applying for Tertiary places through VTAC Of those students, percent of students obtaining a first round offer Average ENTER/ATAR Highest ENTER/ATAR Median Study Score Percent of Study Scores of 40 or above Percent of students attaining an ENTER score greater than 80 Percent of students attaining an ENTER score greater than 70 Percent of students attaining an ENTER score greater than 60 Percent of students attaining an ENTER score greater than 50

99 21 100 85 81 63.7 98.4 30 8 23 35 54 73

90 17 100 69 63.2 96.05 30 8 23 43 58 72

91 25 98 83 92.5 67.54 96.2 31 8 28 48 63 83

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Student outcomes in standardised national literacy and numeracy testing:

Staff at Chairo are involved in the continual monitoring of the academic performances of our students against National Benchmarks. Such monitoring is able to occur in a variety of ways, including the conducting of the NAPLAN (National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy) Tests held at the Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 levels and through the use of formal and informal assessment procedures.

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Figure 1 - NAPLAN RESULTS using the NAPLAN Scale This report uses the NAPLAN scale. Chairo Christian School scores are shown in the upper row for each Year level, compared to Statistically Similar Schools and All Schools in the lower row. 2010

Reading

Writing

422 Year 3

416 ALL

SIM

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556

546

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548

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584

574

580

568

587

579

591

579

595

585

2009

490

Reading

435

SIM

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SIM

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SIM

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413

411

416

414

406

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417

420

395

394

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496

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582

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569

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576

576

574

589

589

492

490

534

Reading

507

530

563

547

595

600

Grammar & Punctuation

Spelling

436

496

551

586

Writing

411

Numeracy

428

430

SIM

ALL

SIM

ALL

SIM

ALL

SIM

ALL

SIM

ALL

403

400

417

414

400

400

406

403

399

397

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487

484

488

486

484

484

497

496

477

476

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539

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529

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580

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582

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520

551

490

544

599 Year 9

453

ALL

519

Year 7

432

Numeracy

SIM

435

Year 5

Grammar & Punctuation

ALL

2008 Year 3

601

SIM

600 Year 9

546

603

Spelling

432

494

541

593

Writing

556 Year 7

496

536

594

516 Year 5

482

535

459 Year 3

413

SIM

593 Year 9

464

ALL

560 Year 7

417

Numeracy

SIM

484 Year 5

Grammar & Punctuation

Spelling

535

542

596

561

581

554

602

Note: School Data using the NAPLAN scale does not exist prior to 2008

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497

595


Figure 2 - AIM/NAPLAN RESULTS using the VELS Scale

Year 9 Reading Writing Spelling * Numeracy Grammar and Punctuation Year 7 Reading Writing Spelling * Numeracy Grammar and Punctuation Year 5 Reading Writing Spelling * Numeracy Grammar and Punctuation Year 3 Reading Writing Spelling * Numeracy Grammar and Punctuation

Chairo Mean 2007 5.3 5.2 5.0 5.0 n/a

Chairo Mean 2008 5.4 4.7 4.8 4.8 4.7

Chairo Mean 2009 5.4 4.4 4.8 4.9 4.9

Chairo Mean 2010

Chairo Mean 2007 4.4 4.3 4.2 4.3 n/a

Chairo Mean 2008 4.3 4.1 4.1 4.1 4.3

Chairo Mean 2009 4.3 3.9 4.0 4.4 4.1

Chairo Mean 2010

Chairo Mean 2007 3.3 3.1 2.9 3.1 n/a

Chairo Mean 2008 3.3 3.6 3.3 2.8 3.2

Chairo Mean 2009 3.2 3.3 3.3 3.2 2.8

Chairo Mean 2010

Chairo Mean 2007 2.4 2.3 2.4 2.1 n/a

Chairo Mean 2008 2.4 2.5 2.3 2.0 2.3

Chairo Mean 2009 2.6 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.1

Chairo Mean 2010

* Referred to as ‘mathematics’ pre-2008

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5.3 4.6 4.9 5.0 4.9

4.4 3.9 4.1 4.3 4.1

2.9 3.3 3.3 3.1 2.8

2.3 2.3 2.4 2.6 1.8


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Parent, student and teacher satisfaction with the School

Chairo Christian School highly values the opinions of our students, parents and staff. Their responses help us to better provide for the social, emotional and spiritual welfare of our students. As a CEN school, we recognise the educational ‘partnership’ that exists between Home and School. Consequently, we invite regular responses from our School community. These responses are gathered in a variety of ways. These include a formal range of surveys, the holding of Parent-Teacher-Student Interviews, the use of the Student Diary as a communication vehicle and the opportunity for parents to request informal interviews with specific staff or to write letters regarding significant matters. Information derived from the sources specified above is carefully analysed. Such information is frequently discussed at appropriate School meetings and feedback of this nature is considered to be vital as the School creates its Strategic Plan and a Master Plan for further development.

Year 12 Exit Survey 2010 As is our annual practice, all members of the Year 12 class of 2010 were surveyed about a range of issues including their thoughts about the School, and regarding their personal experiences of School life and how prepared they felt for life after school. (We used the CMS Year 12 Survey. This has three sections which seek information from students about themselves and their opinions of the School in a wide variety of areas. ) The survey uses a five point ranking scale True 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 False. Average student responses for all questions in the ‘About the School’ sections were below 3, indicating strong satisfaction with the School’s performance. The most positive student responses were recorded in the areas of encouraging excellence in all pursuits, having a caring atmosphere, being a safe and secure place, assisting students requiring extra study help, treating Year 12 students as mature adults, staff having a positive attitude and the development of strong moral values within the School community. These responses are analysed each year, including looking for trends over time, and used to review operations as we seek to constantly improve what we do.

Parent Exit Surveys 2010 Whenever a family leaves the School they are given the opportunity to complete an exit survey to provide feedback about their experiences at Chairo, both positive and negative. These surveys reinforce the high level of satisfaction that exists amongst our parent body, while parents who express concerns provide valuable information to help us to improve. In 2010 86% of departing parents who returned forms expressed satisfaction with the School in areas including academic standards, pastoral care, extra-curricular opportunities, communication and facilities. Four families expressed some disappointment in relation to various areas of School performance. We follow up these concerns with the families involved wherever possible.

Association Member Survey In 2010 the School Board conducted an extensive Association Member Survey. All surveys asked the same questions but were colour-coded so that comments could be more effectively analysed in terms of which groups were expressing opinions. The relevant surveys were distributed to members of the Chairo Christian School community along with a brochure entitled ‘Connection’. This was a newsletter of the Warragul District Parent Controlled Christian School Association Inc. In this newsletter Mr Jeff Calway, the Board Chairman, emphasised the importance Chairo Christian School places on communicating effectively with its community. The Board Chairman stated “Included with this newsletter you’ll find an Association Member Survey. We would really appreciate if you could spare a few minutes to complete and return this document. The results will help the Board to develop a 11


better understanding of who our members are and what you know and think about Chairo – including what needs to be done to keep you better informed, what you appreciate most about Chairo, and what we might need to improve. In the process of developing a new strategic plan, Board members would value input from members of the Chairo community. There is some opportunity to do so in the Member Survey Form distributed with this newsletter, however those wishing to make more detailed submissions are encouraged to do so in writing.

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Post School Destinations (Year 12)

See below ‘On Track’ Data as also published in the Herald Sun PUBLISHED POST YEAR 12 DESTINATION INFORMATION VCAA School number: VCAA School name: Address locality:

01890 CHAIRO CHRISTIAN SCHOOL DROUIN

‘On Track’ Data Survey – June Total completed Year 12 (Actual Number) Tertiary Applications and Offers Tertiary Applicants (Actual Number) University Offers % TAFE/VET Offers % Any Tertiary Offer %

2008 60

2009 71

2010 41

31 52 35 84

48 88 12 94

37 86 14 95

26 24 12 -

31 8 8 31

41 32 5 19

9 3

23 0

3 0

June In Education and Training University enrolled % TAFE/VET enrolled % Apprentice/Trainee % Deferred Not in Education and Training Employed % Looking for Work %

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Income Broken Down by Funding Source

In 2010, as reported in our financial statements, our total operating income from ordinary activities was $12,939,142. Of this 49% came from Australian Government Recurrent Grants, 18% from State Government Recurrent Grants (including bus conveyance allowances), 31% from receipts from parents including tuition fees, and 2% from other sources.

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Annual Report 2010 Chairo Christian School Victoria