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Torrens Primary School is a Government school in Torrens, ACT. It has 467 of students and 34 teachers. School is Primary. Torrens Primary School ICSEA rank is 13 with ICSEA percentile of 87.
Total Naplan Score Naplan Percentile Naplan Rank 2019
2376 81 42
Naplan Results 2019
Year Read Write Spell Grammar Num
Grade 3 459 433 425 457 434
Grade 5 531 482 504 513 514
School Type: Primary
School sector: Government
ICSEA Percentile: 87
Total Enrollments: 467
Total Boys: 224
Total Girls: 243
Total Staff: 40
Address: Torrens, ACT, 2607
School Website: http://www.torrensps.act.edu.au/
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