Self-Review Conclusions Report
In 2016, we conducted a self-review against our 2013-2016 Business Plan and subsequent Delivery Performance Agreement. This is where we conduct an annual self-review at the beginning of the academic year to look at what’s working well, what’s working better and what could be better.
The report is available below and presents a summary of student achievement and progress, the learning environment, programs and initiatives, learning support, partnerships, sustainability, and the positive relationship between Rockingham Beach ESC and the Primary School.
Independent Review Findings
This reports presents the findings of the Department of Education Services’ review and verification of the Centre’s self-review (see Self-Review Conclusions Report above).
Here’s what reviewers wrote about the Centre:
“Parents commented that they felt welcomed at the centre and were confident that their children’s interests were of high priority. They were happy with the way students were catered for in the classroom and confirmed that the interactions with the teachers were regular and positive. Some had heard of the centre’s reputation and had come from other areas to enrol. It was also reassuring for them that the primary school was willing to enrol siblings.
Parents also made comment on the effective communication processes which are in place. Within the classroom, a communication book is used to keep parents informed, and face-to-face conversations with staff are common. Parents were satisfied that the regular phone calls, emails, website, communication app, newsletter an information notices were effective.”
Source: 2016 Independent Review Findings
WA Primary School of the year: Finalist (Top 4) – 2017
Rockingham Beach Education Support Centre was proud to be acknowledged as one of the best schools in the state, being acknowledged in the Primary School of the year award process in 2017. It is a category that we are proud to be the first Education Support Centre to be acknowledged in this process.
WAESPAA Educators’ Awards Nominees and Winners 2016
Rockingham Beach Education Support Centre was awarded School of the Year (2016) at the Western Australian Education Support Principals and Administrators Association (WAESPAA).
WAESPAA Educators’ Awards Nominees and Winners 2013
- Ben New, Education Assistant, won Non-Teaching Category
WAESPAA Educators’ Awards Nominees and Winners 2012
- Raine Kim was nominated in the Registrar/Support Staff Category
- Deborah Sweeney, education assistant, was nominated in the Non-Teaching Category
- Kelly Barker, teacher, won the Early Childhood K-3 Category
- Margaret Keen, our principal, was nominated in the Education Support Leadership
Rockingham Beach Education Support Centre produces Annual Reports which are accessible to the public. We’re also proud to share other reports that promote our visions, goals and achievements. See ”schools online” for the latest reports.