At Prince of Peace we are proud of all our students as they strive for personal success. Every student at the College starts the year by setting goals for both academic and other elements of school life. These goals are reviewed throughout the year and celebrated wholeheartedly when met.
Our Year 12 students have achieved great success. Eighty-eight per cent of the 2015 Year 12 class was OP eligible, well above the Queensland average.
Of the OP-eligible students in 2015, 26 per cent received an OP 1–5 and 67 per cent received an OP 10 or better. All of the OP-eligible students in the 2015 graduating class received an OP 18 or better.
Our reporting program ensures parents are kept fully informed of their child’s progress throughout the year, with teachers open to engage in conversation face to face or via email to supplement the formal reporting program.
NAPLAN testing is sat annually in May by all students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9. NAPLAN provides a snapshot of individual and the cohort progress for each year. Careful analysis of results by our curriculum leaders ensures that trends within particular groups can be identified and programs developed to address specific needs. Our NAPLAN 2016 results were particularly pleasing, with all year groups performing well above national and state averages.