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Rostrevor College

65-91 Glen Stuart Rd, Woodforde, SA, 5072

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Nudgee Junior College

By Appointment, Indooroopilly, QLD, 4068

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Hale School

160 Hale Rd, Wembley Downs, WA, 6019

Hale School is a world-renowned Anglican day and boarding school in Perth Western Australia, offering comprehensive and tailored education experiences to boys from Years 1 to 12. Our students come to our school from all across the state, country and globe, bringing their unique personalities, perspectives and experiences into our culturally enriched community.

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St Patrick's College: Ballarat

1431 Sturt St, Ballarat, VIC, 3350

St Patrick’s College is a Catholic secondary school for boys located in Ballarat, Victoria. The College was founded in 1893 by the Christian Brothers under the patronage of the Bishop of Ballarat, Dr James Moore. The College caters for both day and boarding students, The College is located on Sturt Street Ballarat and is part of a recognised education precinct with its close proximity to Ballarat Clarendon College, Loreto College and Ballarat High School. The aim of the College is to support parents in educating their sons within the Catholic tradition and the spirit of Edmund Rice. St Patrick's College maintains an inclusive enrolment policy, is generally considered a low fee school and offers a broad range of curricular and co-curricular options to cater for boys with a range of needs. This is highlighted by the wide range of options taken up by graduates ranging from tertiary studies to traineeships and apprenticeships.

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User Guide To Boys Schools

A boys' school is an institution that provides education only to male students. This practice was predominant before the mid-twentieth century and advocated on the basis of tradition and religion in many parts of the world. Despite the growing number of coeducational schools in the country, there are still many exclusive boys schools in Australia.

The Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations is the government agency that leads the country's education and workplace training as well as transition to work. It collaborates with the different government agencies with the states and territories to provide easy access to educational services and support programs to the Australian people. It also aims to increase workforce participation and promote fair work practices in Australia.

Some advantages of sending your child to a boys school

  • There are fewer distractions from the opposite sex.
  • Teachers can use techniques geared toward boys for better learning.
  • Some research and reports from educators suggest that boys' schools can broaden the educational prospect of boys and breaks down gender stereotypes.

Tips for choosing the best school for your children

  • Choose a school based on leadership instead of choosing whether public or private. If the leadership of the school is good, then you can expect the best service and education for your children.
  • The school must share the same values as your family. Consider the policies in place regarding behavior, punctuality and dress codes.
  • Does the school provide opportunities for growth other than in academics. A school must also provide extra-curricular activities that would hone the skills and talents of the child.
  • The school must have a procedure regarding disciplinary issues that would support the child.
  • It is important for a school to have a Parent Teacher Association to foster interaction between students and other members of the community.
  • A good school does not enforce a single religion or ideal to the students, instead it promotes the growth of open-minded students who are interested in learning about spirituality.
  • The school must have activities and projects that help the community for the child to develop empathy and a sense of social justice.
  • Consider the costs of sending your child to a particular school and see if you can afford them.
  • Choose a school that is near your home so as not to waste the time spent on travelling to and from school. If there is no other option, try to make the travel time fun and exciting for the child.

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