Cranford House is one of the UK’s leading independent small schools, rated sixth nationally in the
Cranford House is one of the UK’s leading independent small schools, rated sixth nationally in the Parent Power league table 2014.
Cranford was also awarded the top mark of "excellent" in every category and "outstanding" for early years in its last ISI inspection.
Situated in Moulsford, between Streatley and Wallingford, Cranford provides a vibrant education for boys aged three to seven and girls aged three to 16, combining academic excellence, outstanding pastoral care and a wealth of all-round opportunities.
There is a genuine commitment to the happiness and progress of each individual pupil, evidenced by outstanding results, despite Cranford’s non-selective status.
In 2015, 88 per cent of all GCSE grades were A* to B with an overall pass rate of 99.7 per cent at A* to C.
A strong family feel runs through Cranford House from the nursery through to the senior school.
Small year groups ensure individual attention and progress and specialist teaching is provided from an early age.
With more than 50 different clubs from equestrian and judo to drama, STEM and LAMDA, opportunities are endless.
Sport and music flourish at the school with more than 25 per cent of year 11 pupils achieving grade eight each year in vocal and instrumental exams.
To find out more about Cranford House please visit on open morning on Saturday, October 10, from 9.30am to noon — or call the admissions team on (01491) 651218.