Monday, 25 September 2017

'Parent Power' ranks us third nationally

'Parent Power' ranks us third nationally

CRANFORD House are delighted to announce that they have been ranked third nationally in the Sunday Times’s Parent Power league tables 2016, based on their GCSE results.

This marks the school’s second year running in the top three and their third year in the top six, beating a number of high-performing selective schools.

Headmaster Dr James Raymond commented: “This is an outstanding result which reflects our growing national reputation for excellence. I’m immensely proud of our pupils and staff for all their hard work and dedication.

“However, we do more than simply assuring academic success at Cranford House. I believe the real secret of our success is in encouraging our pupils to explore all the wonderful opportunities available and to find those that really light the fire of enthusiasm within them.

“It is a combination of our inspirational teaching and learning, our focus on helping each individual to achieve their fullest potential and our insistence on giving pupils the space and encouragement to learn and develop that are at the heart of our continued success and excellent national rankings.”

Cranford House is situated in Moulsford on the Oxfordshire-Berkshire border and operates an extensive school minibus network throughout both counties.

For more information, visit www.cranfordhouse.net

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