Ballarat Clarendon College is a private, co-educational, day and boarding school located in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.
It was established in 1864 as Ballarat College and in 1868 as Clarendon College.
The school has a long history of providing quality education to children of all ages within the Ballarat community.
The school offers education from Early Learning to Year 12, and has a total enrollment of 1710 students.
The curriculum provides outstanding educational opportunities in literacy, numeracy, and communication skills that help each student reach their potential.
The identification and implementation of evidenced-based teaching approaches are proven to be the most effective in improving student learning outcomes, and this is a feature of the pedagogy at the school.
The school has eight houses, namely Cairns, Elliott, Garbutt, Godbehear, Henderson, Kennedy, Sloss and Walker.
The school has a Grassy campus on King Island, which is used for a program that challenges students emotionally, physically and mentally.
Ballarat Clarendon College values learning as the key attribute of developed individuals and communities.
The school helps students discover who they are, who they want to be, and how to get there.
The school has been in the news recently due to a leaked expletive-ridden rant by a teacher in an online VCE English tutorial.
Ballarat Clarendon College teacher video
Recently, a video showcasing a teacher at Ballarat Clarendon College has gone viral all over the internet.
The duties of the teacher of the college have been suspended.
Since the video went viral and gained the attention of people, the teacher faced a lot of condemnation and was criticized.
The video showcases how the prestigious Ballarat private school teacher threw an expletive-filled rant and profane remarks at a school student.
When the video gained the attention of people and authorities, strict actions were taken against the teacher.
The teacher threw profanities at a 12th-class student.
The video went viral on the web leaving the audiences in great confusion and a state of craziness.
All over social media, the teacher was seen throwing expletive-filled rants at a student in class 12.
This incident led to the resignation of the teacher from her position at Ballarat Clarendon College.
The teacher reportedly resigned on Tuesday morning.
Jen Bourke, Ballarat Clarendon College’s acting principal, confirmed the news about the teacher resigning from her position who used profanities for a twelfth grader.