Saturday, 25 November 2017

School has strong family-type ethos

CRANFORD HOUSE is an independent day school for boys aged two to seven and girls aged two to 16. Set in more than 14 acres of rural South Oxfordshire and established in 1931, the school is proud to uphold traditional values whilst providing a vibrant, modern education for its 400 pupils.

There is a strong family feel to Cranford House. Pupils enjoy the extensive opportunities of a broad, well-balanced curriculum within an atmosphere of mutual respect and support for others.

Positions of responsibility come early at Cranford, developing leadership skills and teamwork, while the school’s ethos encourages inclusion and challenges everyone to have a go.

Academic performance puts Cranford House in the top 10 Oxfordshire schools’ GCSE league tables and many leavers gain scholarships to leading sixth form establishments.

These sixth forms always comment on the willingness of Cranford girls to embrace life, their unfailing politeness and the support they give their peer group.

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