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Annual Report 2013

St Leonard’s College

An education for life.

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Table of Contents

An education for life.

From the Principal

4

St Leonard’s College

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Students outcomes NAPLAN

- Year 3

7

- Year 5

8

- Year 7

9

- Year 9

10

Senior Secondary Outcomes

12

Teacher Professional Development

14

Teaching Staff

15-18

Satisfaction Surveys

20-21

Financial Overview

22

The following information is published on the St Leonard’s College website in compliance with the College’s obligations under national funding legislation. Hard copies are also available to the public and can be collected from the College’s Main Reception.

St Leonard’s College is funded under the service agreement by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.

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St Leonard’s College College Council

Chair Ian Presnell MBBS MPM FRANZCP GHPE Vice-Chairs Nicki M Amiel BA, Dip Ed (Primary), M Ed Studies Ian A Moffatt LLB, Dip Commercial Law

Members Howard Bishop B Juris, LLB, Grad Dip Ind & Emp Rel Penelope M Burns MA (Hons) (Oxon) Traci L Crampton BA Philip AD Galloway B Eng, Grad Dip Management Studies, MAICD Rodney D Glover

Company Secretary Samantha Corrigan BFA (Bachelor Financial Administration), CPA, CSA (Cert) Principal Stuart D Davis B Ed (Hons), M Ed Deputy Principal Lisa Slingsby BA, BEd, MAEd

Ken Lark AB (Economics) JD, MBA Cameron Frazer B Arch, B Eg, Grad Dip Management Studies Kim Visek-Johnson B Comm Paul Gower B Comm, CA St Leonard’s College

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From the Principal

In 2013 our theme was an evident strength, Visible Leadership. This focus sought to remind our community that leadership is about influence and that it is relational; no relationship = no influence, no influence = no leadership. It was an invitation for us to consider what we value about true leadership and to be aware of the outstanding leadership demonstrated by all members of our community, from our youngest students to our most senior alumni. That the theme repeatedly echoed through corridors, musical ensembles, theatrical productions, in sporting arenas and in the all-important conversations about how our community should consider its responsibilities to others, is a reflection of the character and the values we hold to be important at St Leonard’s College. The understanding that it is our responsibility to act in a manner that will positively influence the lives of others has, yet again, shone through as one of the great virtues of our Visible Leadership. The energies of our young people to ensure the ongoing financial support of our schools in Bangladesh and Nepal, allied with the many social justice engagements locally, nationally and internationally is evidence of the success of our leadership model. It was my privilege to travel with our year 9 students in Cambodia and Vietnam as they explored the connection between the key elements of the Melbourne based CUE program and how these same issues impact on the lives of people in other countries. These experiences and responsibilities prepare our young people to help solve the bigger questions that are challenging global stability such as: “How can I possibly influence situations like global warming, world poverty or world peace?” To do this we need to ensure that we are developing leaders who demonstrate and encourage creativity and initiative in those around them, who inspire ambition for change rather than dictating it, and create a greater sense of ownership and responsibility among members of a school community. It was a year in which the world lost an irreplaceable figure, Nelson Mandela, a man who was a shining example of the importance of visible leadership. Fittingly he once said: “Often in addressing younger people, I make the point that what counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived - it is what difference we have made to the lives of others that determines the significance of the life we lead.” I believe that 2013, a year of shining a light on Visible Leadership at St Leonard’s College, demonstrated why we have every reason to be proud of who we are, what we stand for, what we achieve and how we have acquired a reputation as one of the finest schools in Victoria.

Stuart Davis Principal

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St Leonard’s College

St Leonard’s College, located on Melbourne’s Bayside, is a coeducational, independent Uniting Church school. The College offers education for students from early learning through to year 12. It also has an outdoor education campus, Camp Ibis, on the Banksia Peninsula, Gippsland Lakes. Students from years 5-8 attend an annual camp at this location The College prides itself on innovation and has wholeheartedly welcomed Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) into its integrated learning program. The key philosophy at the College is to bring students to an understanding that they are part of the wider world and this is achieved through their academic and cocurricular programs.

How does St Leonard’s College add value to the curriculum? St Leonard’s College takes a holistic approach to the education of its students. While academic results are very important, the College takes the view that students’ potential for successful adulthood is significantly enhanced by a plethora of cocurricular activities. Along with the ongoing sporting, debating, drama and outdoor education programs, a small selection appears below:

• A  full-time Talent Development Coordinator, responsible for organising participation in Tournament of Minds, Future Problem Solving and da Vinci Decathlon

• A  science program including science leaders, dedicated year 5 and 6 classes, podcasts and blogs and exciting Science Week activities

• Y  ear 9 participation in the ‘Big Experience’ program for three weeks in term 4. Students choose to visit countries such as Thailand, China, Vietnam and Borneo

• A  Director of Technology Innovation, a Director of Curriculum Development and three eLearning Coordinators guide and develop the information technology resources of the College

• T  he College has a strong commitment to social justice as students raise funds for age appropriate charities and partake in community service activities. Students support local charities as well as schools in Bangladesh, Nepal and Timor Leste

Characteristics of the student body On Census Day, 2 August 2013, St Leonard’s College had an enrolment of 1333 students (prep – year 12) of whom 712 were boys and 621 were girls. There was one indigenous student, and no overseas full fee paying students.

Student attendances in 2013 The average student attendance rate for 2013 from Prep to year 12 was 95%. Student attendance is taken eight to nine times per day and recorded electronically on the College database. Parents are given a fridge magnet with an absentee phone line and email address to report student absences. The College has an SMS system to notify parents of unexplained student absences. Pastoral Care staff work closely with parents if school attendance is identified as an issue.

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Student outcomes in standardised national literacy and numeracy testing

NAPLAN

year 3

National Assessment Program Literacy and Numeracy Tests 2013 This table displays scaled scores. The percentiles displayed in the table are interpolated values.

Reading

Students

10th

25th

50th

75th

90th

Median

Mean

National

263,111

311

357

409

458

494

419

419

State

62,124

330

378

432

491

543

435

435

49

376

419

466

511

569

469

465

National

262,737

326

373

415

452

476

422

416

State

61,976

358

395

436

472

498

441

430

48

371

425

457

489

515

453

453

National

263,590

301

353

404

450

482

413

411

State

62,205

318

369

422

473

518

422

420

48

331

385

432

483

544

432

435

National

263,590

317

368

421

468

502

430

428

State

62,205

334

385

439

495

551

436

440

48

385

432

468

526

584

471

474

262,340

309

348

389

427

456

396

397

61,906

326

364

407

453

500

406

411

49

363

407

448

487

526

450

446

School Writing

School Spelling

School Grammar & Punctution

School Numeracy

National State School

Reading

Writing

Spelling

Grammar & Punctuation

se(mean)

10

8

11

11

9

Numeracy 530

6

478

5

426

4

374

3

322

2

270

Scaled Score

Band

St Leonard’s College

State

National

1

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Student outcomes in standardised national literacy and numeracy testing

NAPLAN

year 5

National Assessment Program Literacy and Numeracy Tests 2013 This table displays scaled scores. The percentiles displayed in the table are interpolated values.

10th

25th

50th

75th

90th

Median

Mean

258,956

416

453

494

533

562

502

502

61,945

428

464

508

555

598

505

511

75

479

524

552

586

658

551

561

258,564

390

437

476

508

535

482

478

61,804

419

458

490

527

564

489

490

73

467

494

545

572

617

546

540

259,407

397

442

487

528

559

495

494

61,992

413

454

498

545

589

497

500

73

444

477

517

568

641

514

525

259,407

408

449

493

534

564

501

501

61,992

418

459

506

554

600

500

508

73

485

524

552

611

650

547

561

National

257,864

394

431

475

517

550

483

486

State

61,655

406

443

489

538

589

492

495

74

446

478

534

587

658

534

540

National State School

Writing

National State School

Spelling

National State School

Grammar & Punctution

National State School

Numeracy

School

Band

Reading

Writing

Spelling

Grammar & Punctuation

8

582

7

530

6

478

5

426

4

374

3

322

St Leonard’s College

se(mean)

8

7

9

8

10

Numeracy

St Leonard’s College Scaled Score

Reading

Students

State

National

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Student outcomes in standardised national literacy and numeracy testing

NAPLAN

year 7

National Assessment Program Literacy and Numeracy Tests 2013 This table displays scaled scores. The percentiles displayed in the table are interpolated values.

10th

25th

50th

75th

90th

Median

Mean

National

261,580

452

491

534

572

600

541

541

State

62,268

462

504

548

592

633

551

548

142

509

549

594

636

667

591

592

National

261,721

425

470

510

551

581

518

517

State

62,360

445

483

525

571

612

523

525

142

504

538

578

620

643

583

573

National

262,406

453

500

544

583

611

552

549

State

62,478

462

508

553

596

636

551

551

145

512

551

582

635

677

580

589

National

262,406

433

479

527

571

604

536

535

State

62,478

439

486

538

592

643

534

540

142

509

548

586

644

696

584

597

National

260,367

453

488

528

571

606

537

542

State

62,056

465

497

540

589

643

541

548

144

518

548

595

650

677

594

599

School Writing

School Spelling

School Grammar & Punctution

School Numeracy

School

Band

Reading

Writing

Spelling

Grammar & Punctuation

8

582

7

530

6

478

5

426

4

374

3

322

St Leonard’s College

se(mean)

5

6

6

6

6

Numeracy

St Leonard’s College Scaled Score

Reading

Students

State

National

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Student outcomes in standardised national literacy and numeracy testing

NAPLAN

year 9

National Assessment Program Literacy and Numeracy Tests 2013 This table displays scaled scores. The percentiles displayed in the table are interpolated values.

10th

25th

50th

75th

90th

Median

Mean

254,076

496

532

573

611

639

580

580

60,145

505

543

586

631

669

586

586

172

549

585

632

674

714

629

631

National

254,920

449

497

547

594

630

557

554

State

60,520

469

515

569

620

670

570

564

172

533

575

621

667

702

618

616

National

255,711

494

536

577

614

641

584

583

State

60,652

500

543

585

627

666

588

583

172

540

574

609

647

691

610

613

National

255,711

471

516

564

609

643

573

573

State

60,652

478

524

576

632

686

578

579

172

535

581

620

680

728

613

629

National

252,183

482

522

568

616

655

577

584

State

59,666

497

535

585

638

700

585

592

173

560

602

646

691

741

644

648

National State School

Writing

School Spelling

School Grammar & Punctution

School Numeracy

School

Band

Reading

Writing

Spelling

Grammar & Punctuation

10

686

9

634

8

582

7

530

6

478

5

426

St Leonard’s College

se(mean)

5

6

5

6

5

Numeracy

St Leonard’s College Scaled Score

Reading

Students

State

National

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Senior secondary outcomes

Year 12 Results As an open entry school, our academic results were outstanding.

International Baccalaureate The IB duces for 2013 were Sabine Audigé, Luke Bird, Kirstin Clements and Luke Thorburn with an equivalent ATAR of 99.60. In the IB, 80% of students achieved an equivalent ATAR of 90.00 or over, and the median equivalent ATAR for the IB was 95.50.

VCE The VCE dux for 2013 was Dunya Tomic with an ATAR of 99.75. Students achieved study scores of 50 in Mathematical Methods, Economics, Physical Education and English. The median ATAR for the VCE was 79.65.

Combined VCE and IB A total of 54 students gained an ATAR of 90+ A total of 85 students gained an ATAR of 80+ Median ATAR = 83.70

Student Retention In 2013, 90.73% of students in year 12 had been at St Leonard’s College since year 9.

Vocational or trade training 6.8% of students completed a year 12 certificate of equivalent VET qualification in 2013. 2% of the year 12 group will pursue TAFE study or apprenticeships.

VTAC Data This data is based on VTAC (Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre) applications and first round offers. From the Class of 2013, 139 students successfully applied for tertiary entry through VTAC. 98.6% of students who applied for university gained a first round offer. Furthermore, 90.6% of those students gained a offer that was in their first three preferences. Twelve students intend to study double degrees, reflecting a breadth of academic interests.

Workforce composition Percentage of female and male teachers Year 2013 Staff Gender

Percentage

F

67

M

33

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Teacher professional development

Ongoing, purposeful, reflective learning is a key factor in improving teacher quality and subsequently student learning outcomes. All teachers at the College, whether they are permanent, casual or on contract, have participated in a variety of professional learning during 2013. Besides the two annual conferences in January and July and the End of Year Planning and Reflection Days in December, staff had access to a number of specialised professional learning opportunities. These included seminars on: Leadership Report writing Restorative Practices eLearning Ergonomics Assessment Theory of Knowledge Bullying

Many of these sessions were facilitated by College teachers, demonstrating their calibre as leading practitioners. Staff also availed themselves of the wide variety of relevant professional learning on offer beyond the College, as well as online learning, network meetings, professional reading and regular teacher collaboration. Teachers had access to grants to encourage and support post-graduate study: The St Leonard’s College Council Study Support Grant to support teachers who wish to study at Masters and PhD level, and The Postgraduate Study Recognition Grant to support study at any postgraduate level. Ongoing compliance training in first aid, CPR, anaphylaxis and emergency response was available for all staff who require this training to meet the different regulations and legislation requirements of their roles. All teachers completed 100 hours of professional learning in the five years prior to 30 September 2013, or the equivalent for teachers who began teaching less than five years ago, in order to fulfil the Victorian Institute of Teaching requirements for ongoing registration. The College will continue to offer all teachers professional learning opportunities to fulfil these requirements.

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Teacher standards and qualifications

In 2013, the following teachers were engaged in either full time equivalent (FTE) or part time employment at St Leonard’s College. Casual teachers are not included in this summary. All are registered with the Victorian Institute of Teaching. Anna Adams MEdSt (Monash), BEd (TTC), DipTeach (TTC) Stephen (Mark) Adams TTC (WTC), DipTEA (WTC), ADipTEA (WTC), ADipT (TCL) Carole Alexander BEd (Deakin), DipTeach (Deakin), MaEd Fabrice Alleaume MA (UniAkl), DipTeach (UniAkl), DipBS Kerry Ambrose BA (Monash), DipEd (Monash) Gregory (Greg) Anderson DT (Monash), BEd Kimberly (Kim) Anderson DipEd (Melb), BA (UORE) Sarah Andrew BEd (UOB), GCOE Christopher (Chris) Appel BSc (Monash), DipEd (Monash), MEd LPC (Monash) John Arbuckle BTh (MCD), DipEd (Melb) Timothy (Tim) Barlow BSc (Monash), DipEd (Monash) Sandra Barrow BA (Melb), DipEd (Melb) Andrew Barta BSc (Melb), BApSc (RMIT), GDipEd (UB) Belinda Barton BTeach (Melb), BBSc Elizabeth (Liz) Bawden-Nixon DipTeach (IECD), BEd (Melb) Brieta (Ingrid) Beck BA (UOSSA), DipEd (UOSSA) Prue Birch BEdP (Monash) Michelle Booth GDipEd (LTU), BA (LTU), CEd (Monash) Ray Breed MSc (UOB), BEd (UOB) Jane Britten MEdSt (Monansh) Lorrayne Brooks-Dowsett CEd (UniLon), BEd (Deakin), GradDip, GDipSpEd (MacU), MEdSt SE (MacU) Sun Buntine BA (UniCalif), MaEd (ColUNI) Joanne (Jo) Burke BSc (Monash), DipEd (Monash), MEd (Monash) Norman Burke GDipSecEd (Monash), BIT (Monash), AdDip Liberal Arts (CIT) Elvira Caballero BA (Modern Languages) (Central University of Venezuela) Andrew Caris BSc (Monash), DipEd (Monash), BEd (LTU) Jodie Chambers BSc (Deakin), Grad DipES (UOB) Lydia Chisholm BEd (VC) Teagan Collins BEdPE (Deakin) Catherine (Cate) Cox BA (Monash), DT Jane Cuttler BEd, DipEd Greg Daniels BCom (Melb), BEd (Deakin) Louise Daniels BEd (UniTas) Simon Daniels GradDip (Monash), BSc (Monash) Stuart Davis BEdh (UniLon), MaEd (Monash) Julianne (Jules) Dennett BA (Monash), DipEd (Monash) Frances (Fran) Devine BA (ANU), GDipEd (UCAN), Grad DipES (CCol), MaEd (Monash), GradCTRE (MCD) Michele Drysdale DipTeach (BKTC), GradDip TL (QUT) Alexander (Alex) Edwards DipApCh (RMIT), DipEd (SCVM) Thomas (Tom) Ellis BA (Deakin), BEd Sec (Deakin) Kate Esler BAh (Melb), DipEd (RMIT) Merrin Evergreen MEdSt (Monash), BEd (Melb), PGrad DE (UA), BAScB (LTU) Danielle Fee BOE (LTU) Susan Ferguson-Brown GDipEd (Monash), BA (ANU), BEcon (LTU), MSc, DFP (Deakin) Thomas (Tom) Fisher BEcon (Monash), EdD (Monash) Barry Fleming PhD (UniNEW), BScH (UniNEW), GDipEd (Monash) St Leonard’s College

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Barry Fletcher BEd (VC), AMusA (AMEB) Fiona Fowler MaEd (Monash), DipEd (Melb), BA (RMIT) Ian Fraser BA (Monash), DipEd (Monash) Elizabeth Furman MEdSt (Monash), BMusEd (Melb), AMusA (AMEB) Lara Gambino GDipEd (Monash), BScH (Monash), BTeach (Deakin), BHS (Deakin) Claire Gardner BHS (Deakin), BTeach (Deakin) Peter Gargiulo BScH (Melb), GDipEd Katherine Georganakis BEd (Monash), BSc (Monash) Simon Gould BSc, BEd, MaEd, DipSpBus Stephanie Graham BEd (Melb) Maria (Mary) Grande MA (RMIT), BEd (MelbCAE), BFA (VCA), C4 (AISV) Gillian Guyton DipEd (Melb), BA (Monash) Susanne Haake BA (Melb), PGradDA (Melb), GDipEd (Monash), GradCert (UNE), Cert (Monash) Karin Hall BEdS (Monash), C4 (BHT) Emma Harkin BSc (Melb), DipEd (Melb) Jane Harrison BEd (Melb) Janet (Jan) Harrison DipArtM (VCA) Fabienne Harte BA Rebecca Hayes GradDip (VU), BPod (LTU) Georgina Hearnden BEd (Melb) Barry Hill BSc (Melb), DipEd (Melb), PGradDipEA (Melb) Mark Hodges PhD (LTU) Benjamin Hooper BMus (Griffith), AMusA (AMEB) Nicholas (Nick) Hooper BApSc (VU), BA (LTU), DipEd (VU) Kate Hughes PGradCEd (USouth), BEnSc (USouth) Jonathan Hunter BA (Monash), BTeachH (Melb) David Huntley BA (LTU), DipEd (Monash), BLitt (Melb) Nicole Hutchinson BAMus (BOX), MATeach (Melb) Nathalie Huth BA (Monash), PGrad DE (Deakin) Margaret Iaquinto BA, MA, RSC Luisa Ingram BApSc (Deakin), GDipEd (Melb) Bernard (Bernie) James BA (LTU), DipEd (LTU), BEd (LTU), BEd (Deakin) Michael (Mike) James BScAM (UniLon), PGradCEd (UniLon), MSc David Jennings BA (ACU), BTeach (ACU) Carole Johnson BA (Monash), DipEd (Monash) Peter Johnson BA (Monash), BEd (Monash) Aretha Kakerissa BA (Monash) Pat Kenny DipTeach (ACU), DipEd (Monash), MaEA (Deakin) George Katris BEd (Melb), CIVTASESS David Kefaloukos BTeach (Deakin), BA (LTU) Tracie Kellock BMus (UNSW) Marilyn Kelmann BA (Monash), DipEd (TTC) Christina Klopfer DipEd (CCE), BEd (ACU) Roy Lee BEd (VC), CEd (QUB) Marc Lewandowski BScH, PGradCEd Claudia Liebner MEngLitS, MGL, MaEd, DipTGSC Gail Llewellyn BEcon (Monash), DipEd (Monash) Caroline Lopez DEUG Applied Foreign Language (University of Nice), PGradCEd (USouth) Jane Lukaitis GDipEd (Deakin) Helen Lyall BEd (SCVT) Alice Maghami MATeach (MELBUNI), GradCert, BA (ANU) Jane Marino BA (LTU), GDipEd (MONASH) Robyn Marshall BEd (CC), MaEd (Deakin) Rosemary (Rosie) Marshall DipEd (MER), DGD (PIT) Jan May BA (Monash), DipEd (Monash), BEdS (Monash) Carolyn McAlister BEd (Melb), MEd (RMIT) Ken McAlpine BA (Monash), DipEd (Melb), GradDipL (Monash) Dianne McCaughey BSc (ANU), GDipEd (CC) Matthew McDonald BAh (Melb), BL (Melb), PGrad DE (Melb) Annie McGuire MaEd Cameron McKenzie BSc (Melb), DipEd (Melb), GDipE (Melb), MaEd (CSU) Tim McKimm TCAV Vicki McQuilten HDTS (RUS)

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Vanessa Meehan BAh (LTU), DipEd (Melb), ADPSD (TCL), PerfC (TCL), PGradCTS (Melb) Dawn Mumford GDipSpEd (BurSC) Sonia Murr BA (Melb), DipEd (Monash) Naoko Nishikawa GDipEd (Monash), BA (DWU) Michelle O’Donnell BEd (Monash), BA (Monash) Leah O’Toole BA (Monash), DipEd (Monash), GDipICTinE (Monash) Jahanna Parry PGrad DE (Melb), BECS (Melb) Sian Parry BMus (Melb) Veronica (Ronny) Parsons BEdSC (Melb), GradDip (Monash) Rachel Pearsons BB (Monash) Stephanie Pender BECE (Melb) Katrina Pezzimenti BMus (Melb), AD (VCA) Brianna (Bree) Phelan BECE Lucy Prysten BA (Monash), GDipEd (Monash) Jan Pucovski BEd (RUS) Jacqueline Raphael GDipEd (Melb), BApSc (SWIN) Christopher (Chris) Raudys BA (BendColAE), GDipEd (Melb) Jill Reilly DipApSc (RMIT), DipFFSN, TTTC Eleanor Richards BEdSC (Melb), PGrad DE (Melb) David Roberts BEd (Deakin), GDipBusMan (Monash), MaEd (Monash) Vince Rossignolo BEd (Melb) Cameron Sayers BEd (Deakin), GradDipAHW (Melb) Philip (Phil) Schmidt BSc (Monash), DipEd (Monash) Alan Scott BEd (VC), DipTeach (VC) Monique Sheehy BA (Monash), GDipEd (Melb) Joshua Sheffield BEdP (Melb) Robyn Shiels BSc (Melb), MA (UniTor), DipEd (Melb) Tarko Sibbel BMus (Melb), MMus Anit Singh DipEd (UB) Lisa Slingsby BEd (UniQld), BA (UniQld), MaEd (Melb) Kate Slorach DipTeach (VC), BTeach (Monash) Tess Sly BECE (Monash) Ngaire Smith BTeach (Deakin), BApSc (Deakin) Darryl Smith TTC (CTC), BaFA (VCA) Gary Smith BA (Melb), DipEd (Melb), MEdSt (Monash), GradCert (CENQ) Jane Smitten BECE (Monash) Antoinette (Nina) Sofo DipMus (Deakin), DipTeach (ACU), AssocDegAppPerf (BOX), BMusP (MELBUNI) Jane Stafford BECS (Melb) Jillian (Jill) Strong BA (Monash), DipEd (Monash), CELTA Lara Sydenham BMus (UA), DipEd (UA) Anna Symes BMus (Melb), BA (Melb), DipEd (LTU), GradCert (Monash) Mimma Tamborriello DipTeach (Melb), BEd (Melb) Marianne (Mary) Tattersall BEd (Deakin), MCD (ECU) Annette Taylor DipTeach (ECU), BEd (ECU) Lucy Thompson GDipEd (GU), BESc Rocco Toce BEd (Melb) Virginia Tonc BScEd (Melb), DipEA (HIE), PGradDip Management (AHRI) Deborah Trengove PhD (Melb), BA (Melb), MEdPsych (Melb), DipEd (SCVM) Barry Tudor BEd (Melb), GradDipSW Carolyn Tudor MEd LPC (Monash), MEd (Monash) Clay Tyrrell BPhysEd (LTU) Craig Tyrrell BApSc (Deakin), DipEd (Melb) Rhonda Vaughan BSc (Melb), GDipEd (RUS), GrapDip C (Deakin) Alanna Volker BMT (CQCM), DLT (Uni SQld) Elise Wackett BA (Melb), DipEd (Melb), PGradDipH (LTU) Ross Walker PhD (Monash), MA, DipEd (Melb) Margaret Walsh BA (UCant), DipEd (CHRTC) Elizabeth (Liz) Ware BEcon (MONASH), DipEd (Monash) Martin Wareham BSc (UniNewTyne), MSc (UniNewTyne), PGradCEd (OU) Kim Webb BSc (Monash), PGrad DE (UniQld) Justine Werba BBioSci (Monash), DipEd (Melb) Amanda White BTeach (Deakin), BApSc (Deakin), MaEd (CSU) Donnah White BA (VCA), DipEd (LTU), DipEd (ACU), MSpecEd (Monash)

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Denise Williams BSc (UNSW), GradDipJap (SWIN), DipEd (Monash) Coleen Williamson BTeach (Deakin), BApSc (Deakin), MaEd (Deakin) Janet (Jan) Wilson DipEd (Monash), DipInfMgt (Melb), BEcon (Monash) Ashley Wood BEd (Melb), GradDip (Monash), MaEd (UOF) Benjamin Woolhouse BTeach (Deakin), BApSc (Deakin)

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Satisfaction surveys

St Leonard’s College participates on a biennial basis in the full range of surveys conducted by Independent Schools Victoria (ISV). The LEAD (Listen, Evaluate, Act, Deliver) benchmarks St Leonard’s College against other independent schools. In 2013, the full suite of surveys was conducted and highlighted the following:

Parent Satisfaction with the School The survey showed St Leonard’s College parent satisfaction to be above the state mean in all categories in relation to the relevant Independent Schools Victoria reference groups. The categories of the survey included: curriculum/academic program quality of teaching learning outcomes pastoral care discipline and safety resources parent involvement year transition overall satisfaction willingness to recommend the school to others

Student Satisfaction with the School The survey highlighted very high student satisfaction across all areas compared with the state mean. The results showed improved student satisfaction when compared with the 2011 surveys. Categories in the survey included: academic program learning outcomes pastoral care personal development/leadership discipline and safety school ethos and values peer relationships transition academic rigour feedback teacher knowledge teacher practice teacher/student rapport overall satisfaction

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Satisfaction surveys continued

Teacher Satisfaction with the School The survey showed overall high teacher satisfaction with the College across the categories surveyed. Categories in the survey included: resources and offerings technology school ethos and values student behaviour discipline learning support pastoral care parent involvement quality of teaching and learning teaching practice feedback goal alignment leadership and morale staff collaboration professional development overall satisfaction

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Financial overview

11.7%results 2013 actual financial Income Sources Actual 2013

0.6%

11.7% 11.7% 11.7%

Fees (72.8%)

0.6%

0.6% 0.6%

Government grants - recurrent (14.8%)

14.8%

Fees (72.8%) Fees (72.8%) Fees (72.8%) Government grants - capital (0.6%) Government grants - recurrent (14.8%)

Government grants - recurrent (14.8%) Government grants - recurrent (14.8%)

14.8%

Other income (11.7%)

14.8% 14.8%

Government grants - capital (0.6%)

Government grants - capital Government grants(0.6%) - capital (0.6%) Other income (11.7%)

Other income (11.7%)

Other income (11.7%)

72.8% 72.8% 72.8%

72.8% Expenditure Actual 2013 1.2%

7.1% 1.2%

7.1%

7.1%

1.2%7.2% 7.2% 4.6%

7.2%

1.2%

4.6%

4.3%

7.1%

Teaching and materials (10%) Salaries related (65.5%)

Salaries and related (65.5%)

Administration and clerical (4.3%) Teaching and materials (10%)

Building and grounds (4.6%) Administration and (4.3%)(10%) Teaching andclerical materials

4.3%

4.6%

Salaries and related (65.5%)

7.2%

Salaries and related (65.5%)

Sundry administration Building and grounds (7.2%) (4.6%) Administration and clerical (4.3%)

4.3%

Teaching and materials (10%)

Financial (1.2%) Sundry administration (7.2%)

4.6%10%

Building and grounds (4.6%)

Depreciation (7.1%) Administration and clerical (4.3%)

Financial (1.2%)

Sundry administration (7.2%)

10%

Building and grounds (4.6%) Depreciation (7.1%)

4.3%

Financial (1.2%) Sundry administration (7.2%)

10%

65.5%

10%

65.5%

Depreciation (7.1%) Financial (1.2%) Depreciation (7.1%)

65.5% 65.5%

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St Leonard’s College 163 South Road, Brighton East, Victoria 3187 Australia phone [+61 3] 9909 9300 fax [+61 3] 9592 3439

www.stleonards.vic.edu.au

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