Academic Results

2016 NAPLAN Results
2016 VCE Results

Outstanding 2016 NAPLAN Results

Annually the Government conducts the National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) – which assesses Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 across Australia. The NAPLAN maps each student’s outcomes onto a ten-band continuum, and results are reported against national minimum standards which are Year 3 Band 2, Year 5 Band 4, Year 7 Band 5 and Year 9 Band 6.

The following graphs show Kilvington’s school summary report at Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 for each of the areas tested for NAPLAN 2016: Reading, Writing, Language Conventions – Spelling, Language Conventions – Grammar & Punctuation, and Numeracy.

This is an outstanding result for our school community, and one of which we can all be proud. I would also like to reiterate that while NAPLAN is an important measure, it is one of many and should be considered in the context of each student’s overall experience at school.

Our priority is to provide our students with an holistic approach to education, focusing our efforts on supporting our students through academic excellence and care.

Congratulations to our outstanding teachers, our hardworking and committed students, and our supportive School community.

Jon Charlton

Year 3 : National Minimum Standard = Band 2



Year 5 : National Minimum Standard = Band 4


Year 7 : National Minimum Standard = Band 5


Year 9 : National Minimum Standard = Band 6


Excellent 2016 VCE Results

Congratulations to our Class of 2016 on their outstanding VCE results.

  • 24% of our students were in the top 5% of the State (achieving an ATAR of 95 plus).
  • 49% were in the top 10% of the State (achieving an ATAR of 90 plus).
  • 71% were in the top 20% of the State (achieving an ATAR of 80 plus).
  • 26% of study scores were 40 plus.
  • The Dux scored an ATAR of 99.7.

We acknowledge and are extremely proud of all our students who have worked incredibly hard to achieve these results. They are a testament to the commitment to academic excellence from our students, teachers and broader community.

Well done Class of 2016. We wish you all the very best in your future endeavours and hope you will visit us often as a member of our Alumni.