Cromer Campus is committed to achieving excellence in comprehensive education within a caring environment. The school provides opportunities for students to experience success in academic, vocational, sporting and cultural areas. Student achievement is supported through a caring student welfare system.
Facilities: The spacious grounds have an oval, two gymnasiums (housing weight training, fitness, basketball and gym facilities), a dance and drama studio, a three-level library, five computer rooms, a technology centre, and two commercial kitchens.
Electives Years 7 to 10: Commerce, History, Geography, Dance, Design & Technology, Drama, Visual Arts, Food Technology, Graphics, Technology Timber, Technology Metal, Italian, Japanese, Textiles, Computing, Music, Physical Activity and Sports Studies and Photography.
Electives Years 11 and 12: Mathematics, Visual Arts, Dance, Music, Textiles & Design, Food Technology, Design Technology, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, PD/H/PE, Modern History, Ancient History, Business Studies, Economics, Legal Studies, Italian, Japanese, Society & Culture, Sport Lifestyle & Recreation, Geography, Drama, Industrial Technology, Software Design, Photography, Community & Family Studies, Metal & Engineering. Students can also study Vocational Education and Training courses at school and these include Hospitality, Information Technology, Retail, Construction and Business Services.
Sport: Rugby union and league, netball, hockey, soccer, volleyball, basketball, water polo. Recreational sports include aerobics, surfing, orienteering, tenpin bowling, and tennis.
Extracurricular activities: Band, choir, dance, vocal and drama groups, debating, Inter School Christian Fellowship, Snow Sports, The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme, Student Representative Council.
Welfare and personal development: The school has a strong reputation for pastoral care and student support. The Discipline and Welfare Policy and school Code of Conduct underpins clear expectations of behaviour, effort and co-operation. There is vertical streaming through houses, which serve as peer support groups. The disciplinary policy is underpinned by a system of graded incentives and sanctions. All students are required to wear school uniform.
Special features: The school is committed to innovative project-based learning in a modern, flexible learning environment; supportive student welfare system, performing arts productions, vocational and environmental education.
Famous ex-students: Lisa Forrest, George Smith, Adam Collin, Simon Farrer, Jason Brunsdon, Dr Michael Paleologos, Evert Phloeg.
Enrolment: 700 students.
Principal: Mr David Pickering.
120 South Creek Road, Cromer 2099.
9981 1155, fax 9982 5398.
Free (Government School) |