What can people tell me about the public schools in Cranebrook. Are you happy with them?

Would you recommend a local private school instead? I'm looking to move to the area and have a 2yr old and bub on way, so trying to plan ahead alittle... Any comments would be appreciated. Many thanks :-)
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JAK 2yrs+
Hello,
Samuel Terry and Henry Fulton are 2 very good local schools in Cranebrook and both are Public or Corpus Christi is the local private primary, however I recommend both of the public schools without any hesitation especially Henry Fulton. All have local before and after school care close by.
Local public schools to avoid would be Braddock Primary and Cranebrook High School (this is only my opinion). I'd suggest sending them to a private High School if you're still in the area at that time such as Xavier or one of the Christian or Catholic Schools near by as there are School Bus services to all Schools in the region. Cranebrook is a good place to have a family if you stay on the North or Western sides away from Northern Road. All the best.
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kristyjane30 2yrs+
Thanks so much for your advice. I drove past Braddock Primary this week and saw on its website it is a 'disavantaged school'.... I'd rather many other options for my children but that!
Henry Fulton does look like the pick. I might pay them a visit.
Thanks for the tip about North and West. I really appreciate your comments. My gut feeling is that your opinions are what mine will be.
Anyone else feel free to voice your opinion also...
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karynm Sep 03, 2017
my daughter went to Braddock. Yes it is quite a bad school, but she turned out great! She is in year 7 and got high marks on her Naplan and all her reports have been outstanding ever since she has started her schooling career. I guess you just have to be careful in this area, i was a very lucky parent, but i suggest that you keep them away. Its a shame because Braddock didn't used to have the reputation it has now, it came from all the people who transferred from grotty schools.
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