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Old 05-22-2018, 04:34 PM
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Which are the best primary schools in Melbourne ? Scholl must include best faculties and atmosphere for younger kids . And proper sanitation.

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Old 12-31-2018, 07:24 AM
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Which are the best primary schools in Melbourne ? Scholl must include best faculties and atmosphere for younger kids . And proper sanitation.
Melbourne is a huge place and there is no one "best" primary school.

If you are looking for primary schools I would look at Toorak Primary, Malvern Central Primary, and Solway Primary.

But there would be many more. Also have a look at the primary schools of the top private schools.


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I would say one good way is to actually go and visit for yourself.


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There are a few websites as well for comparing schools in Australia, including lists with both private and public school ratings. An internet search is easy enough to find the different ones.


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And you can also ask on any local group pages for the area you're looking in to see what other parents think about the schools.


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Univeristy High School and Melbourne High School are quite good


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Univeristy High School and Melbourne High School are quite good
Neither of these schools are primary schools, and both also have strict enrolment criteria. You have to live within a specific geographical area, or you have the necessary academic skills. Applications for enrolment are not accepted from interstate or international students

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Neither of these schools are primary schools, and both also have strict enrolment criteria. You have to live within a specific geographical area, or you have the necessary academic skills. Applications for enrolment are not accepted from interstate or international students
My mistake, I misread.

It depends on where OP lives to be honest. The best schools are usually have requirements based on location/cost (private schools).

If you are in the North Melbourne suburb, North Melbourne primary school is really good and from memory there is a relationship between it and University High School providing a pathway for your kids to go to one of the best public schools in VIC.

If OP is in the docklands suburb, there is a new primary school popping up next year. I don't know if it is any good but it'll have some new facilities.

Melbourne is pretty big so OP needs to really provide more info.


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