Senior School Curriculum
The Christ Church classroom is warm, comfortable and a happy environment. It is physically and intellectually inspiring. Respect for teachers and students is paramount and there is an overwhelming sense of fairness and tolerance of individual difference.
One of Christ Church’s greatest strengths is its diversity. As an academically inclusive school, we accept boys of all abilities – from those who are academically gifted through to students with learning challenges.
The Year 7 to 10 curriculum is based around the Learning Areas; The Arts, English, Mathematics, Science, Languages, Technology and Enterprise, Humanities (Society and Environment), Health and Physical Education. The curriculum is oriented to outcomes set by the WA Curriculum Framework.
Years 11 and 12 represent what are often called the years of post-compulsory education. The student is now in charge of the course of study selected. This can be a wonderful opportunity to engage in learnings attuned to one's interests, but is also quite daunting if there are uncertainties about futures.
The academic learning areas include The Arts, Design and Technology, Health and Physical Education, Humanities, English, Information and Communication Technology, Languages, Mathematics, Sciences and the Senior Library.
Christ Church Grammar School encourages students to pursue external methods in assisting with study skills and tutoring. Some of these resources include TEE Total, YourTutor and the Study Skills Handbook.