Monday, 23 July 2018

Cranford House, where tradition meets tomorrow

STAFF at Cranford House value their reputation for providing a vibrant, opportunity-rich education, firmly based on traditional values, yet set

STAFF at Cranford House value their reputation for providing a vibrant, opportunity-rich education, firmly based on traditional values, yet set within a warmly nurturing environment.

According to headmistress, Mrs Claire Hamilton, this reputation is also appreciated by the pupils.

She said: “Cranford pupils are happy, confident and motivated, giving them the perfect foundation to aspire to achieve across all areas of our broad curriculum.” The small class sizes, close community and committed staff clearly promote Cranford’s ethos as a welcoming, family school.

Mrs Hamilton has a clear vision “to ensure each pupil is ably supported, inspired and challenged to achieve their full potential.”

Regularly in the top 10 Oxfordshire schools for GCSE results and with many scholarships to leading sixth forms, their academic performance is matched by a strong reputation for music both locally and nationally, a flourishing visual and performing arts programme and a sporting reputation for skill and fair play at every level.

Cranford’s ambitious four-year development programme has seen the installation of a new astroturf pitch, car park and landscaping at the front of the school. Phase two starts now with a new sports hall, to be followed by a performance space. This significant infrastructure investment is designed to ensure first-class facilities across all aspects of the curriculum.

For more details call (01491) 651218 or visit the school’s website at www.cranfordhouse.net

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