What is the Winthrop Primary school like?

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anak-betawi 2yrs+
Nice, safe, great location, good amenities, lovely teachers, great catchment, ethnically diverse though the curriculum is still notably Christian-oriented, e.g. making Easter baskets at Easter, Christmas decorations at Christmas etc. Now the negatives. Class sizes are a bit too large IMHO. At this level it suffers from the laid back Australian attitude to schooling (vs the US "front load-em - they can take it") and is really a glorified play school for the first few years. It's probably no different from any other public primary school in this respect, and many parents will be fine with this, but if you think your child is a budding prodigy and want more structured learning at this age you should consider going private.
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