First time poster, so I hope I do this correctly!
For a combination of reasons I may move my early-primary child to another school next year.
I would love to hear any good or bad feedback about primary schools (state or private) on the north side of Brisbane. Or advice on how you chose your school - I have started calling to check availability, and have been reading annual reports and school websites.
My two biggest criteria are: good behaviour management (quiet classroom environment, and issues are addressed effectively), and education targeted to the individual (e.g. extension work when applicable).
I would prefer a smaller school, and would love somewhere with a great community feel, perhaps a bit alternative, and beautiful grounds would be a bonus (not all concrete).
I'm not worried about NAPLAN results or location (we are flexible).
Some of the schools I have been told about are: Oakleigh, Rainworth, Patricks Road, McDowall, Clayfield College, Newmarket, Queen of Apostles, Mater Dei, Prince of Peace, St Anthony's Kedron.
Any thoughts would be great. Thanks!