Tighes Hill Public School

Tighes Hill, Newcastle, NSW
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About the School

Overview

Tighes Hill Public School is a very highly rated primary school in Tighes Hill, Newcastle NSW. The public school has 367 students with a student-to-teacher ratio of 1 to 18.

Academics

Academic Proficiency

Above State Average – Math

7%

Above State Average – Reading

3%

Underserved Students

Underserved students ranking seeks to quantify the relationship between a school's academic achievement and disadvantaged students.

This school could be doing a better job of supporting students academically who are from low-income families. This may be a sign that this school is not bridging the student-achievement gap or that this school is taking in too few low-income students.

Relative Performance

Relative performance ranking is a quantitative analysis of the correlation between academic results and student equity. Schools which perform well academically despite coming from economically disadvantaged communities perform well in this criteria.

Disadvantaged students at this school may be falling behind compared to other schools in the state. This could be a sign that this school is not supporting its students compared to other schools with similar students.

Students and Teachers

Students

Total Enrolments: 367
Male-Female Ratio: 1.22:1
Indigenous Enrolments: 7%
Total Economically Disadvantaged: 10%
Student Gender Distribution

Teachers and Staff

Student-Teacher Ratio

1:18
Total No. of Teachers: 20
Students Per Non-Teacher: 73:1
Students-Teacher Ratio: 18:1

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