Our students’ future
The King’s College has a strong commitment to equipping students for a future that will enable them to become motivated, proficient learners with a love for knowledge and truth. We establish strong academic foundations and maintain a real focus on literacy and numeracy skills and knowledge.
The needs of individual students are met, with programs offered for gifted and talented students. Individual and small group instruction is also used to assist students in need.
TKC utilises IT and computers as part of the learning process. We aim to keep our students aware and proficient in contemporary technology practices.
We continue to empower and equip students in their academic journey, particularly in Senior School years 10 – 12, where students are active partners in determining their educational program.
2012 NAPLAN highlights
Year 3: 100% of students were above the required standard in writing.
Year 5: 100% of students were above the required standard in spelling.
Year 7: TKC students averaged 0.5% higher than the WA state average in spelling.
Growth Over Time
Year 3 students maintained 7.4% growth in grammar and punctuation in 2010, 2011 and 2012.
Year 5 students maintained 3.7% growth in grammar and punctuation in 2010, 2011 and 2012.
Year 5 students averaged 4.4% growth in spelling during 2011 and 2012.
Year 7 students averaged 5.4% growth in spelling during 2011 and 2012.
Year 9 students averaged 14.5% growth in numeracy during 2011 and 2012.
Year 9 students averaged 6.3% growth in writing during 2011 and 2012.