49% ATAR of 80 or above
39% ATAR of 85 or above
34% ATAR of 90 or above
14% ATAR of 95 or above
4% ATAR of 99 or above
The Cranbrook School Teaching and Learning Framework is a scaffold for the planning and implementation of all of the teaching and learning experiences – inside and outside of the classroom – that takes place daily at Cranbrook School from Year 7 through to Year 12. It provides a common language for teachers, students and parents and a shared approach to boys’ education that reinforces and supports the School’s operation as a 'community of learners'.
The Teaching and Learning Framework operates via five mutually interconnected and mutually supporting dimensions: attitudes and perceptions; gaining knowledge and skills; using and developing knowledge and skills; intelligent behaviours; and assessment for learning. It is therefore integral to the School’s ethos of supporting and nurturing each individual student and reinforces the spirit behind the Cranbrook School motto: Esse quam videri.
The curriculum in the Senior School complies with the NSW Board of Studies requirements for students to be awarded the Record of School Achievement after Year 10, and the Higher School Certificate at the end of Year 12. In Stage 4 (Years 7 and 8), Stage 5 (Years 9 and 10) and Stage 6 (Years 11 and 12) students are able to study a range of subjects across each of the key learning areas: English, Mathematics, Science, Human Society and Its Environment, Languages Other Than English (including Chinese, Japanese, French and Latin), Creative Arts, Technology and Applied Sciences, and Personal Development, Health and Physical Education. Opportunities for enrichment, extension and support are offered as part of the educational program of all students.
* calculations are based on information from students and supplemented by estimates by Academic Profiles.