Brisbane Youth Education and Training Centre
Wacol, Brisbane, QLD
Brisbane Youth Education and Training Centre is a Combined Public School located in Brisbane, QLD. As of 2019, Brisbane Youth Education and Training Centre had 124 students enrolled.
Of all the students enrolled, there are 104 boys and 20 girls enrolled.
NAPLAN is an annual assessment for all students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9. It tests the types of skills that are essential for every child to progress through school and life. The test covers skills in reading, writing, spelling, grammar and punctuation, and numeracy. The assessments are undertaken every year in the second full week in May.
Brisbane Youth Education and Training Centre’s Naplan results are 0% above the average combined school in Queensland.
At Brisbane Youth Education and Training Centre there are 33 full time equivalent teaching staff and 25 non-teaching staff (admin, teacher-aides, cleaners).
For every teacher, there are 3.76 students enrolled.
For every female student there are 5.2 male students.
Language Background ⓘ
Studies show that diversity in school leads to long-term benefits for students.
Disadvantaged Students ⓘ
How effective is this school at bridging the achievement gap to support low income families?
ICSEA is a scale which allows for fair and reasonable comparisons among schools with similar students. ICSEA stands for Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage.
A schools ICSEA value is calculated by factoring in parents occupation, parents education, geographical location and proportion of indigenous students. The average ICSEA is set at 1000 and should be used as a benchmark.
ICSEA Value (1000 Average)