“For us it validates the work of our fabulous teaching team and their dedication to implementing evidence-informed teaching strategies,” Ms Edwards said in the story.
“It is heartening to know that our students have the best start in their education through developing high levels of literacy and numeracy, all while developing the strong dispositions which enable them to set goals, learn from mistakes and have the resilience to try again.”
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Flinders was also ranked as one of the top secondary schools on the Sunshine Coast and in the top 150 secondary schools across Queensland, achieving a score of 98 out of 100 by Better Education.
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Better Education is an independently-run site that aims to provide “informative and comparative school results … to parents wanting to make choices about schooling for their children”.
ABOUT MATTHEW FLINDERS ANGLICAN COLLEGE
Flinders is committed to providing a quality education to its more than 1,380 students from Prep to Year 12. The College’s learning philosophy aims to cultivate in each student:
- a love of learning;
- a spirit to achieve mastery and personal best; and
- the character, integrity and qualities of leadership to shape our world.
Photo credit: Photographer: Patrick Woods, Sunshine Coast Daily
Photo caption: Flinders Head of Primary, Mrs Trudi Edwards, with students Stella Thomson Emma Blake and Keogh Middleton.