5 year NAPLAN trends: How every school performed
THESE are the Tweed schools that have improved their NAPLAN results the most in the last five years.
An analysis of five years' worth of NAPLAN results has revealed the schools that have improved their Year 5 and Year 9 student scores the most.
The Tweed school that improved their Year 5 results the most between 2014 and 2018 was Tweed Valley Adventist College, in Murwillumbah, where the average results across all subjects improved by 12.3 per cent.
Average Year 9 results at Wollumbin High School, in Murwillumbah, increased by 3.6 per cent, the biggest improvement in Tweed.
The analysis compared each school's combined results for each NAPLAN subject in 2014 and compared to the same results in 2018.
Tweed's second biggest improvement in Year 5 results over those five years was St Joseph's Primary School, in South Murwillumbah, where scores increased 4.0 per cent.
The third biggest Year 5 improver was Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School, in Terranora, where results increased 3.2 per cent over the five-year period.
The Tweed school with the second biggest Year 9 improvement between 2014 and 2018 was Murwillumbah High School, in Murwillumbah, where results improved 3.4 per cent.
Average results at Pacific Coast Christian School, in Tweed Heads South, increased 1.3 per cent, the third highest increase in Tweed.
- Tweed's 10 Year 5 NAPLAN improvers over five years
- Tweed Valley Adventist College: 12.3 per cent
- St Joseph's Primary School: 4.0 per cent
- Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School: 3.2 per cent
- Pacific Coast Christian School: 2.5 per cent
- Murwillumbah Public School: 2.5 per cent
- St Anthony's Primary School: 2.1 per cent
- St James' Primary School: 1.9 per cent
- Banora Point Public School: 0.6 per cent
- Terranora Public School: 0.5 per cent
- Crystal Creek Public School: 0.4 per cent
- Tweed's 6 Year 9 NAPLAN improvers over five years
- Wollumbin High School: 3.6 per cent
- Murwillumbah High School: 3.4 per cent
- Pacific Coast Christian School: 1.3 per cent
- Kingscliff High School: 1.2 per cent
- Tweed River High School: 0.8 per cent
- Mount St Patrick College: 0.2 per cent