ACT School Census - August 2013

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ACT School Census
August 2013
This publication provides information
on students enrolled in ACT schools at
2 August 2013.
ACT Public School Census August 2013
Introduction
This publication presents the results from the ACT Public School Census conducted on
Friday 2 August 2013. Unlike the February ACT School Census, which includes all ACT schools, the
August census conducted by the Directorate covers ACT public schools only.
This publication also presents information on the number of enrolments of students of school age
who undertook school equivalent courses through home education or the Canberra Institute of
Technology.
Non-school education
It is recognised that there are alternative educational pathways for students to undertake school
level courses other than by attending an ACT public or non-government school. For students
residing in the ACT as at August 2013, 176 were home educated. In addition, a further 547
students, who were of school age, undertook school equivalent courses at the Canberra Institute of
Technology.
Student enrolments, 2009 to 2013
In August 2013, there were 41,047 enrolments in ACT public schools, up by 921 (2.3 percent)
enrolments from August 2012 (Table 1). The increase in total public school enrolments continued
the trend for the fifth consecutive year. This contrasted with the previous 10 years of decreasing
public school enrolments.
Primary schools, high schools and specialist schools showed an increase in 2013 from 2012. Primary
school enrolments increased by 752 (3.1 percent), high school enrolments increased by
175 (1.8 percent), a decrease of 20 (-0.3 percent) enrolments in colleges and specialist school
enrolments increased by 14 (3.3 percent).
When measured over the longer term, total enrolments have increased by 2,678 (7.0 percent) since
August 2009.
In August 2013, 60.9 percent of public school enrolments were at the primary school level
compared with 59.2 percent in 2009. High schools accounted for 23.9 percent of public school
enrolments in 2013 compared with 25.2 percent in 2009. College enrolments accounted for
14.1 percent of the total in 2013 compared with 14.7 percent in 2009. Specialist schools
enrolments accounted for 1.1 percent of the total in 2013 compared with 0.9 percent in 2009.
Table 1: Number of enrolments by level of schooling, 2009 to 20131
Level of schooling
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
22,710
23,005
23,330
24,246
24,998
High schools
9,677
9,757
9,589
9,652
9,827
Colleges
5,625
5,632
5,698
5,804
5,784
357
364
375
424
438
38,369
38,758
38,992
40,126
41,047
Primary Schools
Specialist schools
Total all schools
1
Includes a small number of students who attend more than one school
Education and Training Directorate, Australian Capital Territory Government
2
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Enrolments of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students,
2009 to 2013
In August 2013, the number of public school enrolments of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
students was 1,422. This was an increase of 215 (17.8 percent) since August 2009 and
26 (1.9 percent) since August 2012 (Table 2).
Table 2: Number of enrolments of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students by level
of schooling, 2009 to 20131
Level of schooling
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Primary Schools
820
833
843
911
915
High schools
275
312
306
311
342
Colleges
91
107
133
146
138
Specialist schools
21
21
25
28
27
1,207
1,273
1,307
1,396
1,422
Total all schools
1
Includes a small number of students who attend more than one school
Enrolments of students with special needs, 2009 to 2013
In August 2013, the number of enrolments of public school students with special needs was
2,147 (Table 3). This was an increase of 201 enrolments (10.3 percent) since August 2009 to August
2013.
Table 3: Number of special needs enrolments by level of schooling, 2009 to 20131, 2
Level of schooling
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Primary schools
1,107
1,128
1,107
1,055
1,113
High schools
359
382
396
391
459
Colleges
123
121
115
127
137
Specialist schools
357
364
375
424
438
1,946
1,995
1,993
1,997
2,147
Total all schools
1
Includes a small number of students who attend more than one school
all students flagged as special needs, including those students not formally assessed at the time of the census.
2 Includes
Education and Training Directorate, Australian Capital Territory Government
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Student enrolments by gender, 2009 to 2013
Table 4 shows the numbers of males and females across the various levels of schooling from 2009
to 2013. Consistent with previous years, there were slightly more males (51.3 percent in 2013) than
females in ACT public schools
Table 4: Number of enrolments by level of schooling and gender, 2009 to 20131
Level of schooling
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
-
-
-
-
-
Male
11,567
11,853
12,015
12,470
12,949
Female
11,143
11,152
11,315
11,776
12,049
Subtotal primary schools
22,710
23,005
23,330
24,246
24,998
Percent male
50.9%
51.5%
51.5%
51.4%
51.8%
Percent female
49.1%
48.5%
48.5%
48.6%
48.2%
-
-
-
-
-
Male
5,002
5,081
4,944
4,977
4,988
Female
4,675
4,676
4,645
4,675
4,839
Subtotal high schools
9,677
9,757
9,589
9,652
9,827
Percent male
51.7%
52.1%
51.6%
51.6%
50.8%
Percent female
48.3%
47.9%
48.4%
48.4%
49.2%
-
-
-
-
-
Male
2,819
2,695
2,774
2,947
2,814
Female
2,806
2,937
2,924
2,857
2,970
Subtotal colleges
5,625
5,632
5,698
5,804
5,784
Percent male
50.1%
47.9%
48.7%
50.8%
48.7%
Percent female
49.9%
52.1%
51.3%
49.2%
51.3%
-
-
-
-
-
Male
236
238
253
290
308
Female
121
126
122
134
130
Subtotal Specialist schools
357
364
375
424
438
Percent male
66.1%
65.4%
67.5%
68.4%
70.3%
Percent female
33.9%
34.6%
32.5%
31.6%
29.7%
Primary schools
High schools
Colleges
Specialist schools
All schools
1
-
-
-
-
-
Male
19,624
19,867
19,986
20,684
21,059
Female
18,745
18,891
19,006
19,442
19,988
Total all schools
38,369
38,758
38,992
40,126
41,047
Percent male
51.1%
51.3%
51.3%
51.5%
51.3%
Percent female
48.9%
48.7%
48.7%
48.5%
48.7%
Includes a small number of students who attend more than one school
Education and Training Directorate, Australian Capital Territory Government
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Table 5 shows the numbers of males and females across the level of schooling, showing that in all
sectors (except college) there were proportionally more male than female students.
Table 5: Number of enrolments by gender, level of schooling and year level, 20131
Level of schooling
Primary school
Females
Persons
Percentage of total
-
-
-
-
Preschool
2,367
2,110
4,477
10.9%
Kindergarten
1,751
1,622
3,373
8.2%
Year 1
1,701
1,530
3,231
7.9%
Year 2
1,606
1,538
3,144
7.7%
Year 3
1,471
1,352
2,823
6.9%
Year 4
1,454
1,351
2,805
6.8%
Year 5
1,310
1,263
2,573
6.3%
Year 6
1,289
1,283
2,572
6.3%
12,949
12,049
24,998
60.9%
-
-
-
-
Year 7
1,200
1,208
2,408
5.9%
Year 8
1,253
1,172
2,425
5.9%
Year 9
1,258
1,221
2,479
6.0%
Year 10
1,277
1,238
2,515
6.1%
Subtotal high schools
Subtotal primary schools
High school
4,988
4,839
9,827
23.9%
College
-
-
-
-
Year 11
1,549
1,695
3,244
7.9%
Year 12
1,265
1,274
2,539
6.2%
Year M
-
1
1
0.0%
2,814
2,970
5,784
14.1%
-
-
-
-
Primary school level
168
56
224
0.5%
High school level
100
42
142
0.3%
40
32
72
0.2%
308
130
438
1.1%
21,059
19,988
41,047
100%
Subtotal college
Specialist schools
College level
Subtotal Specialist schools
Total all schools
1
Males
Includes a small number of students who attend more than one school
Education and Training Directorate, Australian Capital Territory Government
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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Student enrolments by year level, 2013
Table 6 shows the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait student enrolment compared to the
population across the level of schooling. Showing that the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Students represent on average 3.5 percent of the total population across all schooling levels except
within Preschool where it is above the average (4.6 percent) and below the average in College, Year
11 (2.9 percent) and Year 12 (1.7 percent).
Table 6: Number of enrolments by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander status, level of
schooling and year level, 20131
Level of schooling
Primary school
Aboriginal
and Torres
Strait
Islander
Students
Proportion of
Aboriginal
and Torres
Strait Islander
Students (%)
NonAboriginal
and Torres
Strait
Islander
Students
Not stated
Total
-
-
-
-
-
Preschool
206
4.6%
4,270
1
4,477
Kindergarten
108
3.2%
3,264
1
3,373
Year 1
104
3.2%
3,123
4
3,231
Year 2
106
3.4%
3,033
5
3,144
Year 3
105
3.7%
2,714
4
2,823
Year 4
109
3.9%
2,692
4
2,805
Year 5
85
3.3%
2,486
2
2,573
Year 6
92
3.6%
2,476
4
2,572
915
3.7%
24,058
25
24,998
-
-
-
-
-
Year 7
82
3.4%
2,280
46
2,408
Year 8
94
3.9%
2,278
53
2,425
Year 9
82
3.3%
2,338
59
2,479
Year 10
84
3.3%
2,375
56
2,515
Subtotal primary school
High school
Subtotal high school
342
3.5%
9,271
214
9,827
College
-
-
-
-
-
Year 11
94
2.9%
3,088
62
3,244
Year 12
44
1.7%
2,484
11
2,539
Year M
-
0.0%
1
-
1
138
2.4%
5,573
73
5,784
-
-
-
-
-
Subtotal college
Specialist schools
Primary school level
16
7.1%
206
2
224
High school level
8
5.6%
134
-
142
College level
3
4.2%
69
-
72
27
6.2%
409
2
438
1,422
3.5%
39,311
314
41,047
Subtotal Specialist schools
Total all schools
1 Includes a small number of students who attend more than one school
Education and Training Directorate, Australian Capital Territory Government
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Student enrolments, 2013
Tables 7 - 9 shows the distribution of student enrolment by schooling level, region and school.
Table 7 shows that the Gungahlin area’s proportion of primary school enrolments is the highest in
the region at 16 percent followed closely by Belconnen South 15 percent.
Table 7: Number of primary school enrolments by year level, region and school, 20131
Primary schools
P
K
Year
1
NORTH CANBERRA
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Ainslie School
58
53
49
49
57
51
47
66
430
Campbell Primary School
62
42
40
46
27
35
32
31
315
Lyneham Primary School
72
45
44
63
48
54
39
63
428
Majura Primary School
82
69
77
75
77
64
72
60
576
North Ainslie Primary School
85
53
77
61
56
42
40
40
454
North Ainslie Primary IEC
-
15
6
9
6
4
4
1
45
The Co-Operative School
20
19
18
18
-
-
-
-
75
Turner School
73
79
51
74
65
75
68
78
563
452
375
362
395
336
325
302
339
2,886
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Forrest Primary School
44
59
56
60
82
62
66
73
502
Narrabundah Early Childhood
64
20
22
20
-
-
-
-
126
Narrabundah Koori Program
15
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
15
Red Hill Primary School
81
65
88
90
82
81
65
81
633
-
64
66
69
49
57
49
60
414
82
59
33
38
33
35
24
19
323
286
267
265
277
246
235
204
233
2,013
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Curtin Primary School
80
58
58
52
76
56
64
60
504
Farrer Primary School
50
38
44
51
38
43
40
45
349
Garran Primary School
47
67
75
81
66
85
76
75
572
Hughes Primary School
39
34
35
47
40
42
32
31
300
-
19
9
6
8
3
11
4
60
Lyons Early Childhood School
59
48
23
17
-
-
-
-
147
Mawson Primary School
49
38
26
25
27
21
26
15
227
Torrens Primary School
91
63
62
59
61
60
51
58
505
Subtotal Woden Valley
415
365
332
338
316
310
300
288
2,664
Subtotal North Canberra
SOUTH CANBERRA
Telopea Park School
Yarralumla Primary School
Subtotal South Canberra
WODEN VALLEY
Hughes Primary School IEC
1
Year
2
Year
3
Year
4
Year
5
Year
6
Total
Includes a small number of students who attend more than one school
Education and Training Directorate, Australian Capital Territory Government
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Table 7 continued
Primary schools
P
K
Year
1
Year
2
Year
3
Year
4
Year
5
Year
6
Total
BELCONNEN NORTH
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
90
36
41
36
28
41
37
32
341
-
10
8
3
6
4
3
4
38
Evatt Primary School
43
38
41
50
38
36
38
46
330
Fraser Primary School
60
74
50
59
45
49
46
52
435
Giralang Primary School
35
35
25
25
21
22
16
14
193
Kaleen Primary School
84
76
72
72
73
49
78
74
578
Maribyrnong Primary School
61
33
27
37
27
38
28
19
270
Miles Franklin Primary School
87
73
65
51
54
57
41
56
484
Mount Rogers Primary School
129
63
51
51
38
47
30
27
436
Subtotal Belconnen North
589
438
380
384
330
343
317
324
3,105
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
84
68
83
69
66
67
51
51
539
6
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
6
Florey Primary School
82
71
64
63
61
47
44
33
465
Hawker Primary School
49
37
39
48
49
41
26
47
336
Kingsford Smith School
91
72
69
73
70
63
58
68
564
7
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
7
Latham Primary School
49
49
38
40
33
35
38
33
315
Macgregor Primary School
89
68
76
52
55
37
49
39
465
Macquarie Primary School
44
51
46
50
41
50
40
32
354
Southern Cross Early Childhood
83
38
45
23
-
-
-
-
189
Weetangera Primary School
58
61
56
67
53
69
48
48
460
642
515
516
485
428
409
354
351
3,700
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Arawang Primary School
96
60
39
56
52
48
44
38
433
Chapman Primary School
84
81
75
77
80
58
67
57
579
Duffy Primary School
81
63
60
42
43
39
32
32
392
Stromlo High School
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
24
24
261
204
174
175
175
145
143
151
1,428
Charnwood-Dunlop School
Charnwood-Dunlop IEC
BELCONNEN SOUTH
Aranda Primary School
Cranleigh School
2
Kingsford Smith Koori Program
Subtotal Belconnen South
WESTON CREEK
Subtotal Weston Creek
1 Includes a small number of students who attend more than one school
2 Mainstream preschool class
Education and Training Directorate, Australian Capital Territory Government
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Table 7 continued
Primary schools
P
K
Year
1
Year
2
Year
3
Year
4
Year
5
Year
6
Total
TUGGERANONG NORTH
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Fadden Primary School
42
48
57
47
42
42
34
31
343
Gowrie Primary School
46
29
25
30
31
25
28
19
233
Monash Primary School
84
51
55
56
37
70
49
46
448
121
66
73
63
45
49
42
46
505
Taylor Primary School
30
21
24
22
21
26
35
10
189
Wanniassa Hills Primary
81
51
37
61
48
52
43
35
408
-
7
1
3
2
-
1
1
15
Wanniassa School
69
37
28
28
31
26
32
27
278
Wanniassa Koori Program
11
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
11
484
310
300
310
257
290
264
215
2,430
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Bonython Primary School
37
41
38
28
47
39
50
43
323
Calwell Primary School
58
32
40
31
33
44
39
41
318
Caroline Chisholm School
59
39
45
28
33
26
34
30
294
Charles Conder Primary
95
37
37
33
38
44
25
50
359
Gilmore Primary School
19
15
22
24
15
28
16
18
157
113
59
68
61
47
44
42
47
481
82
33
31
28
-
-
-
-
174
Richardson Primary School
34
32
21
29
31
17
24
19
207
Richardson Koori Program
18
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
18
Theodore Primary School
45
39
44
32
39
37
33
35
304
560
327
346
294
283
279
263
283
2,635
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
132
129
152
106
140
148
141
147
1,095
70
20
6
4
-
-
-
-
100
Gold Creek School
147
65
65
62
47
57
58
74
575
Harrison School
129
157
150
147
119
131
105
86
1,024
93
45
28
24
20
12
17
4
243
Ngunnawal Primary School
113
79
83
88
65
74
57
38
597
Ngunnawal Koori Program
4
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
4
Palmerston Primary School
81
68
64
47
59
43
40
34
436
769
563
548
478
450
465
418
383
4,074
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Jervis Bay Primary School
19
9
8
8
2
4
8
5
63
Subtotal other ACT area
19
9
8
8
2
4
8
5
63
4,477
3,373
3,231
3,144
2,823
2,805
2,573
2,572
24,998
Namadgi School
Wanniassa Hills Primary IEC
Subtotal Tuggeranong North
TUGGERANONG SOUTH
Gordon Primary School
Isabella Plains Early Childhood
School
Subtotal Tuggeranong South
GUNGAHLIN
Amaroo School
Franklin Early Childhood School
Neville Bonner Primary School
Subtotal Gungahlin
OTHER ACT AREA
Total all schools
1
Includes a small number of students who attend more than one school
Education and Training Directorate, Australian Capital Territory Government
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Table 8 shows that the North Canberra area contains 19 percent of enrolled high school students
followed by South Canberra (16 percent) and Belconnen South (15 percent).
Table 8: Number of high school enrolments by year level, region and school, 2013
High Schools
NORTH CANBERRA
Campbell High School
Dickson College
Dickson College Connect 10
Dickson College SIEC
Lyneham High School
Subtotal North Canberra
SOUTH CANBERRA
Alfred Deakin High School
Telopea Park School
Subtotal South Canberra
WODEN VALLEY
Melrose High School
Subtotal Woden Valley
WESTON CREEK
Stromlo High School
Subtotal Weston Creek
BELCONNEN NORTH
Melba Copland Secondary School
University of Canberra High School Kaleen
Subtotal Belconnen North
BELCONNEN SOUTH
Belconnen High School
Canberra High School
Kingsford Smith School
University of Canberra Senior Secondary College Lake
Ginninderra Connect 10
Subtotal Belconnen South
TUGGERANONG NORTH
Erindale College
Lake Tuggeranong College Connect 10
Namadgi School
Wanniassa School
Subtotal Tuggeranong North
TUGGERANONG SOUTH
Calwell High School
Caroline Chisholm School
Lanyon High School
Subtotal Tuggeranong South
Education and Training Directorate, Australian Capital Territory Government
Year 7
187
7
262
456
195
193
388
180
180
145
145
83
49
132
69
228
88
Year 8
186
13
262
461
202
201
403
147
147
151
151
100
44
144
102
185
86
Year 9
184
1
8
293
486
191
189
380
187
187
179
179
114
64
178
111
180
87
Year 10
165
13
9
263
450
195
180
375
204
204
194
194
127
46
173
105
159
105
Total
722
1
13
37
1,080
1,853
783
763
1,546
718
718
669
669
424
203
627
387
752
366
385
62
54
116
94
70
99
263
373
61
49
110
100
74
101
275
4
382
2
48
51
101
93
69
123
285
14
383
26
12
18
1,523
26
14
171
228
439
406
274
459
1,139
74
112
119
61
136
316
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Table 8 continued
High Schools
GUNGAHLIN
Amaroo School
Gold Creek School
Gungahlin College
Harrison School
Subtotal Gungahlin
Total all schools
Year 7
129
118
96
343
2,408
Year 8
147
126
88
361
2,425
Year 9
119
122
60
301
2,479
Year 10
142
152
14
308
2,515
Total
537
518
14
244
1,313
9,827
Table 9 shows that the Tuggeranong area contains 22 percent of college enrolments followed by
Woden Valley (17 percent) and South Canberra (16 percent).
Table 9: Number of college enrolments by year level, region and school, 2013
Colleges
Year 11
Year 12
M
Total
-
-
-
-
428
326
-
754
19
1
-
20
447
327
0
774
-
-
-
-
Narrabundah College
500
428
-
928
Subtotal South Canberra
500
428
0
928
-
-
-
-
The Canberra College
591
386
-
977
Subtotal Woden Valley
591
386
0
977
-
-
-
-
Melba Copland Secondary School
88
110
1
199
Subtotal Belconnen North
88
110
1
199
-
-
-
-
Hawker College
269
197
-
466
University of Canberra Senior Secondary College Lake Ginninderra
270
187
-
457
Subtotal Belconnen South
539
384
0
923
TUGGERANONG
-
-
-
-
Erindale College
257
224
-
481
Lake Tuggeranong College
402
385
-
787
Subtotal Tuggeranong
659
609
0
1,268
-
-
-
-
Gungahlin College
420
295
-
715
Subtotal Gungahlin
420
295
0
715
3,244
2,539
1
5,784
NORTH CANBERRA
Dickson College
Dickson College Secondary IEC
Subtotal North Canberra
SOUTH CANBERRA
WODEN VALLEY/WESTON CREEK
BELCONNEN NORTH
BELCONNEN SOUTH
GUNGAHLIN
Total all colleges
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Specialist school enrolments, 2013
Table 10: Number of specialist school enrolments by school and year level, 2013
Specialist
schools
Black
Mountain
School
Cranleigh
School 1
Malkara
School
The
Woden
School
Total
specialist
schools
1
P
K
Year
1
Year
2
Year
3
Year
4
Year
5
Year
6
Year
7
Year
8
Year
9
Year
10
Year
11
Year
12
Total
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
14
21
7
12
17
36
107
59
10
9
8
6
5
8
12
-
-
-
-
-
-
117
47
8
14
10
12
5
3
8
-
-
-
-
-
-
107
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
24
17
31
16
10
9
107
106
18
23
18
18
10
11
20
38
38
38
28
27
45
438
Cranleigh School has six students who attend mainstream preschool classes ‐ shown in Table 9.
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Explanatory Notes
Reference date
The 2013 August census was conducted on 2 August 2013.
Scope and coverage
The August census included all ACT public schools providing primary, secondary and specialist
education. Jervis Bay School was included in ACT public primary schools as the Education and
Training Directorate administers the Jervis Bay School for the Australian Government under a
service agreement.
Collection
ACT public school census data was electronically downloaded from the Directorate’s centralised
administrative system.
Student enrolments
The census included students who were officially enrolled in a school on census day and who were
active in a primary, secondary or specialist education program at that school. Students who were
absent for more than four continuous school weeks prior to census date were included if the
principal received written documentation signed by the guardian indicating that the student was to
return to school on or before 16 August 2013.
Connect 10
The Connect 10 program supports students to develop a personal pathway plan that may include
one or more of the following goals: completion of Year 10 Certificate, transition to years 11 and 12,
vocational learning, employment and/or re-engagement with high school. Students in the program
are an appropriate age for year 9 or 10 and their participation must be approved by a referral
panel. The length of placement is long term, designed to engage students in learning and training
and transition to future pathways.
Connect 10 programs were conducted at Lake Tuggeranong College, University of Canberra Senior
Secondary College Lake Ginninderra and Dickson College.
Introductory English Centres
Introductory English Centres (IECs) are for students who require intensive full-time English
language instruction.
There were three IECs in the primary sector, conducted at North Ainslie Primary School, Hughes
Primary School and Wanniassa Hills Primary School. There was one IEC in the high school sector
and the college sector, conducted at Dickson College.
Mature students (M)
Students in public schools aged 20 years or over on 31 January in the year of commencement of
their college studies were classified as Mature.
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Explanatory Notes (continued)
Older students (O)
Students in public schools aged 18 years by 31 December in the year prior to the commencement
of their college studies, but not aged 20 years or over on 31 January in the year of commencement
of their college studies, were classified as Older (O).
Primary school level
The primary school level of schooling included students from preschool to year 6. Preschool level
data also included students who were attending a preschool program as an early entry student.
High school level
The high school level of schooling included those students in years 7, 8, 9 and 10.
College level
The college level of schooling included those students in years 11 and 12 as well as those students
defined as mature and older.
Specialist schools
Specialist schools cater for students with a moderate to profound intellectual disability, severe
Autism Spectrum Disorder or with multiple disabilities that require intensive levels of support.
Cranleigh School has introduced a mainstream preschool class. Enrolments in this class were
included in primary school enrolments and not included in specialist school numbers.
© ACT Government, 2013
This publication has been produced by the Education and Training Directorate. Apart from any use
permitted under the Copyright Act 1968, no part of this publication may be reproduced by any
process without written permission. Requests should be made to the Directorate.
Comments and suggestions regarding this publication are welcomed and should be forwarded to
the Directorate.
Published by: Education and Training Directorate, ACT Government
GPO Box 158
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