CRANFORD House is widely regarded as one of the UK’s leading independent small schools.
The Times Parent Power 2014 league table places Cranford House sixth nationally for small independent schools.
This year’s ISI inspection awarded Cranford Â “Excellent” in every category.
The school is making a significant investment in facilities, opening a new sports hall this year and with a commitment to create a new performance space.
Cranford offers a vibrant education to girls aged three to 16 and boys aged three to seven, combining academic excellence, outstanding pastoral care and a wealth of all-round opportunities.
Pupils enjoy the extensive opportunities of a well-balanced curriculum within an atmosphere of mutual respect and support for others.
Thinking skills are fundamental part of the learning process throughout the school, encouraging the development of confident, well-rounded and independent-minded young people.
By providing positions of responsibility at all stages, pupils develop leadership and team-working skills, whilst the school’s ethos encourages inclusion and challenges everyone to have a go.
At the end of senior school many leavers gain scholarships in the academic, music, sporting and dramatic spheres to a wide range of leading sixth form establishments.
Senior school open evening is on April 30, 6.30pm to 8.30pm.
Contact Mrs Simmons, director of admissions, for more information on firstname.lastname@example.org