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Berserker Street State School
Berserker Street State School, located in the Rockhampton QLD, has an enrolment of 490 students.
Le Fevre High School
Le Fevre High has a student population of around 550, half of whom are from low income backgrounds. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students make up about 15 per cent of Le Fevre’s…
St Johns Park High School
St Johns Park High School, a large co-educational school in south-west Sydney, has an enrolment of about 900 students. More than 80% of students are from low-income backgrounds.
Magpie Primary School
Magpie Primary is a small rural school on the outskirts of Ballarat. Most of the school’s 88 students are from low income backgrounds, and there is a small number of Indigenous students.
Loganlea State High School
Loganlea has around 600 students, most of whom are from low-income backgrounds. Approx. 80 students (13 per cent) identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander.
Sanctuary Point Public School
The school has more than 520 students, most of whom are from low-SES backgrounds, with 85 per cent of the school’s students in the lowest two SES quartiles, and 59 per cent in the lowest.
Paralowie R-12 School
Paralowie R-12 School, in Adelaide’s northern suburbs, has an enrolment of 1,300 students from Reception to Year 12,
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