CPE Registration Information As at 10 November 2014

CPE Registration Information
As at 10 November 2014
a) The Registration Number of the Private Education Institution
Avondale Grammar School
Registration Number: 200514242C
Period of Registration: 14 March 2011 – 13 March 2015
b & c) The name and addresses of all registered premises of the Private Education Institution
Avondale Grammar School, Primary and Middle School:
Phoenix Park:
304 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247972
Avondale Grammar School, Preschool and Junior School:
Phoenix Park:
318 Tanglin Road, Singapore. 247979
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d) The Registered Premises:
The Primary and Middle Years School, 304 Tanglin Road, Phoenix Park
Preschool and Junior School, 318 Tanglin Road, Phoenix Park
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e)
Classrooms, Floor Areas and Capacity of Each Classroom
Preschool and Junior School (318 Tanglin Road)
Level 1
Floor
Area (sq
m)
Class Room
Assistant Principal Head of Preschool and Junior
School
Director of Preschool
Transition
Transition
Transition
Reception
Art Room
Foundation
Foundation
Foundation
Lunch Hall
Lobby
Enrolment
Staff room
Council Room
Reception/Intervention Room
Preschool Storage
Library
Library
ICT Room
Office
Document Store
19.90
9.17
43.53
60.80
52.13
42.30
41.66
49.64
44.59
45.90
36.50
16.10
13.90
27.70
29.60
27.98
15.82
42.83
39.30
38.46
13.78
6.50
Capacity
(1.5 sqm
/person)
29
41
35
28
28
33
30
31
24
11
9
18
20
19
11
29
26
26
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Preschool and Junior School (318 Tanglin Road)
Level 2
Floor
Area (sq
m)
60.10
49.78
51.89
58.28
72.40
44.41
19.41
41.81
18.78
23.13
253.46
157.75
Class Room
Year Two
Year Two
Year Two
Year One
Year One
Year One
PE Department
Music Department
Music Department
Language Department
Multi Purpose Hall
Basketball Court
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Capacity
(1.5 sqm
/person)
40
33
35
39
48
30
13
28
13
15
Primary and Middle School(304 Tanglin Road)
List of
Classrooms
M101
M102
M103
M104
M105
M106
M107
M108
M109
M110
M100
Class
Classroom
Year 4 classroom
Year 4 classroom
Office - Assistant Principal Middle & Primary Schools
Year 3 classroom
Year 3 classroom
Staffroom
Administration Office
Administration Office
Office - Principal
Foyer
M201
M202
M203
M204
M205
M206
M207
M208 *
Music classroom
Year 7 / 8 classroom
Year 6 classroom
Year 5 classroom
Classroom
Classroom
Science Lab
Office - Middle School teachers
f)
Floor
Area (sq
m)
40.90
36.60
44.40
15.66
37.20
36.90
36.90
25.73
45.82
13.80
37.20
35.34
38.10
37.90
73.30
101.00
65.40
18.70
Capacity
(1.5 sqm
/person)
27
24
30
10
25
25
25
17
31
9
25
24
25
25
49
67
44
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Specialist Facilities and Equipment
The School provides specialist facilities including:
• Multi-purpose Hall / Gymnasium (used for Assemblies and Productions; Gymnastics and
Dance)
• Canteen
• Junior Kitchen
• Music Rooms
• Library
• Art Room – Preschool and Junior School
• Science / Art Room – Primary and Middle School
Sporting Facilities
• Enclosed Courtyards for Preschool Play Areas
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A rooftop half court (Basketball) at the Junior School
Soft Fall Play Area with outdoor gross motor activity centre – Junior School
Front recreation area, rear recreation area and outdoor gross motor activity centre –
Junior School
Astroturf ‘soccer’ pitch – School
Sportsfield marked for basketball, soccer and handball
(See layout below)
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g) The name of every Manager of the Private Education Institution
Board of Directors:
Ms Bronwyn Matthews
Mrs Susan Anderssen
Ms Geraldine Norris
Mrs Caroline Richmond
Council of Avondale Grammar School
Chair of Council
Academic and Examination Board Chair
Council Member
Council Member
Council Secretary
Ms Bronwyn Matthews
Mr Bob Thomas
Mrs Rosemary Abrahams
Mrs Susan Woolfe
Ms Susan Anderssen
h) The name of every member of the Academic Board and The Examination Board of the PEI
Chair of the Academic & Examinations Boards
Other Members
Mr Bob Thomas
Mrs Rosemary Abrahams
Mrs Susan Woolfe
Ms Chris Woolley
Ms Bronwyn Matthews
i) The organisational structure of the PEI, and the names of the persons having charge of
or responsibility for every school, or department or faculty thereof, and every other
section of the PEI.
These details can be provided upon request, please email [email protected]
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j) The names of the courses which Avondale Grammar School provides the PEI has the permission of
the Council to offer or provide under section 43(1) of the Act, and the modules or subjects thereof:
Year Level
Preschool
Reception
and
Transition
Foundation
Year One
Year Two
Year Three
Year Four
Year Five
Year Six
Year Seven
Year Eight
Name of Course
Subjects
Avondale
Grammar School
Preschool
Programme
Personal Social and Emotional Development
Communication, Language and Literacy
Problem Solving, Reasoning and Numeracy
Creative Development
Physical Development
Knowledge and Understanding of the World
Languages
Tuition - Early
Stage One Kindergarten
Tuition - Stage
One
Tuition - Stage
One
Tuition - Stage 2
Tuition - Stage 2
Tuition - Stage 3
Tuition - Stage 3
Tuition – Stage 4
English
Mathematics
Science and Technology
Human Society and its Environment (HSIE)
Personal Development Health & Physical Education
(PDHPE)
Creative Arts (Visual Art, Music, Dance & Drama)
Languages (Chinese or French)
English
Mathematics
Science
History
Geography
Music
Visual Art
Personal Development, Health & Physical Education
Technology (mandatory)
Chinese
French
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m) Information on the courses referred to in subparagraph (j) including
i)
The manner in which every course will be taught
Preschool
Play based learning
Foundation – Year 7
NSW Board of Studies Syllabi and Australian
Curriculum. Independent Learning plans help
personalise the education experience for each
child
ii)
The requirements for enrolment and graduation in respect of every course
Enrolment Conditions:
• Where applicable, each student is asked to provide copies of the students 2 most recent
School Reports.
• Each student is required to have sufficient English Language competence to be able to learn
effectively in classrooms where English is the language of instruction.
• Applications for students with special needs will be assessed by the School Council on an
individual basis.
• Behavioural Standards are also important. Avondale Grammar School encourages every
child to accept responsibility for their own behaviour and use courtesy and respect in all
their dealings with fellow students and teachers.
Avondale Grammar School has a set of general guidelines regarding age group boundaries. These
boundaries ensure that class and Year groups are appropriate for the School’s educational, social
and pastoral care programmes. Avondale Grammar will assess each case individually to ensure the
most appropriate outcome for each child.
Each year, progress is cross referenced to standards set out by the NSW Board of Studies in their
Foundation Statements and the Australian Curriculum Framework.
i)
The manner in which every assessment or examination for every course will be conducted
A variety of diagnostic and standardised tests are used in order to ascertain student performance
throughout each course.
Reports are written on the basis of comprehensive information gathered throughout the year.
Formal examinations include the Australian National Assessment Programme – Literacy and
Numeracy (NAPLAN) which is conducted for Year 3, 5 and 7 students each year. Results of this
assessment are analysed carefully by teachers and forwarded to parents as soon as they are
available.
Avondale is also registered to offer the Cambridge Assessments offered through the Cambridge
University Education Group.
ii)
The duration of every course and whether offered or provided on a full-time or part-time
basis
All courses offered by the school are designed to run from January to December each year.
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Our preschool programmes are designed to be flexible, with 3 and 5 day options for students in
Reception. Note: In Transition a 3 day and a 5 day programme is available.
From Foundation all courses are full time.
iii)
The commencement date and end date of every course
2014 School Year
Term One
21 January
Term Two
14 April
Term Three
21 July
Term Four
7 October
to
to
to
to
28 March
20 June
19 September
11 December
iv)
The terms or requirements of any industrial attachment
Not applicable
n)
The average teacher-student ratio for every course referred to in sub paragraph (j)
Year Level
Preschool Reception
Preschool Transition
Foundation– Year 2
Year 3 – 7
2014 Ratios
1: 8
1:10
1: 11 for English & Mathematics
1 : 24
o) All fees that are payable by students for every course referred to in sub paragraph (j)
Pre-School
Application Fee
SGD$ 2,140
(one off fee, non-refundable)
Reception Tuition Fees 5 Day Option (per instalment) *
SGD$ 1,998
Reception Tuition Fees 3 Day Option (per instalment) *
SGD$ 1,350
Transition Tuition Fees 5 Day Option (per instalment) *
SGD$ 2,149
Transition Tuition Fees 3 Day Option (per instalment) *
SGD$ 1,485
Infrastructure Fee
SGD$ 1,910
(First year and per student)
Infrastructure Fee
SGD$ 590
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(Ongoing, per year per student)
Parents Association
SGD$ 53.50
(Per annum per family)
Foundation – Year 8
Application Fee
SGD$ 2,140
(one off fee, non-refundable)
Tuition Fees Foundation – Year 5 (per instalment) *
SGD$ 2,273
Tuition Fees Year 6 – 8 (per instalment) *
SGD$ 2,499
Infrastructure Fee
SGD$ 1,910
(First year and per student)
Infrastructure Fee
SGD$ 590
(Ongoing, per year per student)
Parents Association
SGD$ 53.50
(Upon enrolment only, per family)
Class Resources Fee 2014 (per academic year –
Includes books, stationary and online learning tools)
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Applicable for all students, per year (indicative only)
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Pre-School
SGD$ 107
Foundation
SGD$ 187
Year 1 - 2
SGD$ 278
Year 3 - 8
SGD$ 375
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Technology fee
Year 5 - 8
•
SGD$ 650
(Includes individual laptop
Programme)
All prices include GST of 7%
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Giro is compulsory for payment of fees
Fees quoted are exclusive of bus, individual music
lessons, extracurricular activities, excursions or
camps.
* There are 12 instalments per year for tuition
fees, one instalment per month from January –
December 2014
Fees are subject to change without prior notice
Family Discount for application and infrastructure
fee – third family member will be granted a 50%
discount on application and infrastructure fee.
The fourth family member will be granted a 100%
discount for application and infrastructure fee.
Family denotes the legal, immediate family.
Late payments will incur a penalty of $50 + 1%
per month on total balance outstanding.
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