Annual Report 201630 June 2017
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From the Acting Principal
The Annual Report is a public document, produced each year to provide the school and wider community with information about Hills Grammar during the preceding year of operation.
School Ethos
The School Ethos was reworked collaboratively and endorsed by the School’s Council and Executive in 2016.
Enrolments Policy
Hills Grammar appreciates that every child and young person is different.
Academic Programs - NAPLAN
The following is a summary of a very pleasing overall set of results achieved by our students in the 2016 National Assessment Program.
Academic Programs - Higher School Certificate
The Class of 2016 achieved an outstanding set of results in the Higher School Certificate and we congratulate all students for their achievement across a wide range of courses.
Student Wellbeing
Hills Grammar’s Student Wellbeing policies and practices support our mission to foster each student’s potential for greatness.
Co-curricular Program
The Co-curricular Program at Hills Grammar remain an integral part of the whole school curriculum.
Student Profile
At the conclusion of 2016 the School’s population was 911 students. 9.66% of our total school population were full fee paying overseas students.
Staff Profile
Our staff delight in the opportunity to work in such a professional, academic and friendly community.
Parent Community
At Hills Grammar we believe that our parents (and their broader families) are critical to the learning success of their children and integral to our learning community.
Community Satisfaction
The Principal commissions annual parent and student satisfaction reviews, covering most key aspects of education at the School.
Governance and Management
Hills Grammar is a not-for-profit registered Australian public company limited by guarantee.
Financial Information
Revenues from tuition fees and per capita government funding are used to meet recurrent expenditure such as staff salaries, teaching resources and the servicing of loan facilities.
Improvement Strategies 2016
In 2016 School Council endorsed a new Strategic Planning Framework.
Strategic Priorities 2017
The Strategic Priorities for 2017 represent a combination of long term cultural changes and specific short term achievable improvement initiatives.