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LittleBoyBlueLittleBoyBlue North RydeTotal Reaction Points: 4Member
edited October 2012 in Family Matters Posts: 334
Isa sa mga motivation ko sa pag-migrate eh ang makakuha ng world class education anak ko, halos sa lahat ng education ranking, nasa top-10 ang AU. Ngayon, nag-initiate ako ng thread na to so we can share yung experiences sa pag-hanap ng school, adjustment sa school (lalo na sa may-anak), magkano usual gastos kung dun nag-aaral anak mo, discriminations, bullies, at kung ano-ano pa. Ask anything, from pre-school hanggang Phd.

Nakita ko tong link na to : http://www.myschool.edu.au/

makita nyo dun mga information about schools sa AU, although for primary lang yan. Ito pa mga public info sa education system ng AU; #1 ang AU sa adult literacy rate, sa PISA report ng 2009 #15 sa Math, #10 sa science, #9 sa reading.

Pero iba pa rin yung report sa actual field, yung isang kaibigan ko dun sabi sobrang relaxed daw ng school dun, halos patapos na daw ng pre-school anak nya hindi pa rin marunong ng alphabet at playing daw ang focus ng school. Share nyo experience nyo, mabuti na first hand witness kesa hearsay lang.
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  • li_i_renli_i_ren North RydeTotal Reaction Points: 23Member
    edited October 2012 Posts: 434
    mahirap mag hanap ng preschool here and when they get into preschool.. all they do is play. my daughter is major in sandpit play and minor in painting and she's 4 already.

    we just moved to nsw, wala akong mahanap na preschool for here..i have called about 20 preschools in our area alone..di pa kasama ung nearby suburbs. talagang wala.. so we have decided na uwi muna sya sa pinas kasi ung cousin nya sa pinas, reading and writing na at 4!

    so she is there now.. according sa workmates ko na ozzie, ang uso sa oz is late start of school or take their kids a year back. mandatory schooling is 6 years old pa..so what they do is enroll their child in primary school at 5 but when they turn 6 rather than advance a year ..they make then stay in the same year, that way their kids who are actually 6 will be able to learn reading/ writing more and will be more advance than the kids who are actually 5 years old.

    hanap pa kami ng school for my daughter..graheb hirap ng waitlist system.

    my brother in law is filipino but born and raised in australia, he's a teacher. he will not advocate na we send our daughter to public school sabi nya if you want your kids to learn and be in good company..go private talaga. so we will see how much private school is.. and how good a school is very suburb dependent. if nasa "bad" suburbs ka.. rampant lunch box bullying. bad suburb is low socio-economic neighborhoods.
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  • TotoyOZresidentTotoyOZresident Total Reaction Points: 141Member, Moderator
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    Isa sa mga motivation ko sa pag-migrate eh ang makakuha ng world class education anak ko, halos sa lahat ng education ranking, nasa top-10 ang AU. Ngayon, nag-initiate ako ng thread na to so we can share yung experiences sa pag-hanap ng school, adjustment sa school (lalo na sa may-anak), magkano usual gastos kung dun nag-aaral anak mo, discriminations, bullies, at kung ano-ano pa. Ask anything, from pre-school hanggang Phd.

    Nakita ko tong link na to : http://www.myschool.edu.au/

    makita nyo dun mga information about schools sa AU, although for primary lang yan. Ito pa mga public info sa education system ng AU; #1 ang AU sa adult literacy rate, sa PISA report ng 2009 #15 sa Math, #10 sa science, #9 sa reading.

    Pero iba pa rin yung report sa actual field, yung isang kaibigan ko dun sabi sobrang relaxed daw ng school dun, halos patapos na daw ng pre-school anak nya hindi pa rin marunong ng alphabet at playing daw ang focus ng school. Share nyo experience nyo, mabuti na first hand witness kesa hearsay lang.
    Kung pasok naman sa budget sa private school mo ipa-enroll. May mga christian school naman din sa australia dun maiiwasan ang bullying. May mga private school naman na di ganun kamahal ang tuition fee. Importante may car kayo. Better to search sa area nyo kung may malapit na private school.

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  • LittleBoyBlueLittleBoyBlue North RydeTotal Reaction Points: 4Member
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    @li_i_ren & @TotoyOZresident, magkano ba fee pag-private? ang haba daw ng pila bago mkpasok dun eh.
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  • johnandjoshjohnandjosh BrisbaneTotal Reaction Points: 5Member
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    My eldest son is enrolled in primary state school here in Qld. If I were to assess the educational system here and in the Philippines, I would say, mas maganda ang turo sa atin and we have better teachers in the Philippines compared sa mga Aussie teachers. Since we arrived here, I never see my son getting busy with his school homeworks/assignments. Their homework is only once a week usually given on Monday and to be submitted the next Monday. You need to download the homework from their website, answer and submit it online. I once complained about the homework. Sabi ko sa teacher nya na we expect an everyday homework para after school ay may gagawin ang bata before he plays and get stuck with the computer. Pero sabi ng teacher that is the normal routine daw at nagagalit ang mga Aussie parents kung too much homework daw.

    When it comes to the facilities/classrooms naman, although it is a state school it far exceeded my expectation. My son's classroom is fully airconditioned, carpeted, with microwave oven and a fridge. So during lunch break, pwede mag init ng pagkain ang mga pupils. Each student is provided with a laptop na ginagamit nila while inside the classroom. Being a state school, I never pay any single penny for his tuition. Ang ginastos lang namin ay pang uniform nya.





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  • LokiJrLokiJr Quezon CityTotal Reaction Points: 25Member, Moderator
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    @johnandjosh I think yan yung epekto ng developed K12 education system...hindi tadtad ng requirements ang mga estudyante kasi they have enough time to discuss all subjects di tulad sa atin na pinagkakasya lahat...May K12 na tayo ngayon pero tingnan mo naman, uulan lang konti wala na kaagad pasok haha.



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  • stolich18stolich18 SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 30Member
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    Agree. Minsan nga mas ok din na hayaan muna sila maglaro (especially pag masyado pang bata). Parang ok ako na mga around 4 years old na pumasok ang anak ko vs pag masyado maaga like 2 or 3 years old. heheh Tska sabi nga di ba pag bata raw, for them problem solving ang playing eh. So hayaan lang daw muna magenjoy din kase once na magstart na magaral yan, tuloy tuloy na yan. hehehehe Siguro depende rin, minsan ang hirap kase i-gauge if may natutunan nga mga anak natin sa school or nagccomply lang tlga sila sa requirements pero di naman tlga nila naiintindihan or naappreciate yung lesson. Nabasa ko nga na hindi ata mahilig magpa-exam sa Au or sa Finland ata. Pero bkt ganon sa global standards sila yung mga nasa top. hehehe It's the love for learning siguro tlga na dapat iinstill sa mga bata. Hirap to strike the balance nga lang. :)
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  • LittleBoyBlueLittleBoyBlue North RydeTotal Reaction Points: 4Member
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    @stolich18 Actually yun sana sasabihin ko, kasi nga ang Finland late din sila nag-start mag-school, pero tingnan nyo naman sila highest sa mga educational rankings. Mas maganda pa nun, late na mag-start, ilang oras lang sila nasa school. Naging strict sila sa requirements ng teachers, kailangan daw dun merong Masters Degree ang teachers even for primary school.

    Ngayon, cost wise, ano ano ba dapat malaman na mga related gastos sa school? hinahatid nyo ba anak nyo? or school bus?
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  • LokiJrLokiJr Quezon CityTotal Reaction Points: 25Member, Moderator
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    Quality over quantity ika nga hehe....Magagaling mga guro natin sa Pinas pero hindi namamaintain yung tamang ratio ng teacher-to-student kaya wala rin masyadong napupulot mga bata hehe



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  • June16June16 PerthTotal Reaction Points: 3Member
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    Sa mga nauna na po dyan sa oz, paano po ba kung sa june pa ang dating ng anak ko 6years old po, pwede bang i enrol kahit nasa kalagitnaan na sila ng school year dyan? Thanks po sa mga sasagot
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  • scorcherscorcher SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 7Member
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    yes pwede as long as may available slot sa school. yung year na papasukin nya depends sa month na pinanganak yung anak mo . like in WA, pag 6 years old sya ngayon and was born before july chances are ilalagay sya sa yr 2 primary. diff state has diff cut off date
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  • June16June16 PerthTotal Reaction Points: 3Member
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    ganun po ba, salamat. Isa din kasi sa mga worries ko ito, paano po kung wala na slot sa lugar na pupuntahan nmin, bawal po ba na hindi i enrol ang bata at mag antay nalang next school year nila? thanks po
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  • scorcherscorcher SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 7Member
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    pagpuno na sa school ma malapit sa suburb nyo, normally may referal from them to allow you to enrol your child sa nearest or next available primary school. but sa private school, kahit saan pwede as long as may available slot.
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  • li_i_renli_i_ren North RydeTotal Reaction Points: 23Member
    edited March 2013 Posts: 434
    If p.r. Ok yun school fees if not like work visa medyo expensive.

    My daughter goes to daycare.. She is 4 yrs old 92 aud per day and i cant get rebates coz im on a 457 visa. If we dont get p.r. When she starts school apparently i have to pay full tuition for her as an international student. So hopefully i can sort out our pr this year.

    I will opt for private school specially one with religion, my aussie/ pinoy brother in law is a teacher here and he says bullying is rampant in public schools. My indian friends who are nurses like me had said the same thing.. Their kids all came from europe na before migrating to oz so english accents na but still bullied. 1 of my indian friend, her son is still in public school but he has learned to fight back kaya lng she has notice him to be swearing na kasi common daw sa school. Pinapagalitan nya pero sabi all my friends are doing it.. Yan sagot palagi. He is only 11 so she is considering moving him kasi yung isang indian when her son was bullied (tinutukso, lunch stolen, etc) she moved him to a catholic school.. Private.

    She has notice he is happier in the private school kasi mas smaller ang class ratio and the teacher can monitor them better.

    Sa pinas when we were kids di ko na feel na may bullying or manhid lng tayo.. Dont know. Pero dito like yung patiente ko ngayon 13 yrs old.. She cuts herself kasi wala daw syang friends.. Mataba daw sya etc.

    Ewan bakit depress yung ibang bata dito when i feel they are so priveleged.

    Also we had this conversation sa tea room on our break 3 of us were asians then the rest ozzies, i was telling them about these kids in the bus talking about having sex. Sex education here starts at age 10 at school coz some kids start having sex here by 11!

    Nag susmaryasef yun indian friend ko pero sabi ng ozzie na kasama namin when she was 14 her mum started buying her condoms and she was sexually active by 16... Its not a big deal daw. Better be open as parents rather than be strict sabi ng mga ozzie.

    Which isnt to unbelievable kasi naka patiente na ako nanay is 14 and tatay is 15. I know values at home pa rin yan but peer pressure here is quite significant. I work with kids and yung teenagers natin sa pinas still playing chinese garter dito talagang a whole new different culture din.

    Something to think about for us na may mga anak.. The challenges of raising our kids in a very indpendent culture quite different fom ours.

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  • TasBurrfootTasBurrfoot OsakaTotal Reaction Points: 268Member, Moderator
    edited March 2013 Posts: 4,315
    I will opt for private school specially one with religion, my aussie/ pinoy brother in law is a teacher here and he says bullying is rampant in public schools. My indian friends who are nurses like me had said the same thing.. Their kids all came from europe na before migrating to oz so english accents na but still bullied. 1 of my indian friend, her son is still in public school but he has learned to fight back kaya lng she has notice him to be swearing na kasi common daw sa school. Pinapagalitan nya pero sabi all my friends are doing it.. Yan sagot palagi. He is only 11 so she is considering moving him kasi yung isang indian when her son was bullied (tinutukso, lunch stolen, etc) she moved him to a catholic school.. Private.
    I don't have kids yet but I am quiet interested with catholic private school - I was raised by the Jesuits kasi so it is just normal that my kids eventually will be taught in the way the Jesuits has
    taught me...

    There us a Jesuit school in Melbourne but the school fees cost more than 15K a year... Which is like WHOA!!!
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  • StraderStrader PhilippinesTotal Reaction Points: 73Member
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    Mahal talaga basta mga Jesuit schools
    hehehe pero sulit din naman. ^^

    15k a year tuition fee for pr/citizen na yan or internetional student? Parang masteral course sa victoria university hehehe
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  • TasBurrfootTasBurrfoot OsakaTotal Reaction Points: 268Member, Moderator
    edited March 2013 Posts: 4,315
    Mahal talaga basta mga Jesuit schools
    hehehe pero sulit din naman. ^^

    15k a year tuition fee for pr/citizen na yan or internetional student? Parang masteral course sa victoria university hehehe
    to be honest i did not see any different pricing for pr, citizens or foreigners
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  • li_i_renli_i_ren North RydeTotal Reaction Points: 23Member
    edited March 2013 Posts: 434
    http://www.studyinaustralia.gov.au/en/Study-Costs/Fees/Tuition-fees ... For uni etc.

    http://www.international.adelaide.edu.au/living/family/school/ .. For primary schools etc.

    http://www.ceosyd.catholic.edu.au/Parents/Pages/enrolment.aspx ... Catholic schools for p.r., citiczens may separte pdf guide for international students

    http://britishexpats.com/forum/showthread.php?t=527156 .. Discussion about child care rebates or work visa holders


    Ayan may links for te non- believers; p

    Google nyo lang. you will find more examples. I have personally called the public school and the catholic school in our area and have been told na i need to pay the international student rate if im not pr.

    My manager also at work have acknowledge talaga ma there will be difference im tuition as i am not the first who have asked for p.r. After only 6 months on the job kasi sa tuition.

    For nurses kasi usually offered visa is the 457 so it is a common problem for us,

    I have also called the office for child care rebates.. Sa daycare kasi you can get sana rebates of 20-30% of what im paying daily for daycare but have been told na as a work visa holder i was not eligible for that hence 92 aud per day talaga tuition ng anak ko.

    If pr/ citizen if public you only pay for uniforms and a donation. If private, you pay tuition, uniforms pero like that indian friend i have her son's tuitoon is 3k a year... Forthnightly or monthly or quarterly... You can arrange payment method naman.

    Constant topic po namin noh asians with kids at work kasi di po joke ang tuition.

    I dont know if other people found a way through this.. If meron on same visa as mine and was able to get rebates please share how you did it.







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  • li_i_renli_i_ren North RydeTotal Reaction Points: 23Member
    edited March 2013 Posts: 434
    Pasensya sa typo hirap talaga mag type sa mini...;(

    Sa boracay nga ibang rate ang locals, expats and foreigners sa ilang hotel nila, hehehehe!!
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  • StraderStrader PhilippinesTotal Reaction Points: 73Member
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    Hehehe yon din nakikita ko sa mga websites nika may ibang rate talaga basta pr/citizen ka.
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  • TasBurrfootTasBurrfoot OsakaTotal Reaction Points: 268Member, Moderator
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    @li_i_ren - i did not doubt you at all... i was saying that for that specific jesuit school in melby, i did not see any price difference between pr and foreigners.

    tingnan ko ulit and i really do hope i am wrong here para may chance naman magka jesuit education ang mga kids ko in the future without the financial burden.

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