AT Cranford House the prevailing ethos of happiness, confidence, challenge and motivation lays the foundation for outstanding academic
AT Cranford House the prevailing ethos of happiness, confidence, challenge and motivation lays the foundation for outstanding academic success.
The Sunday Times’s Parent Power league tables 2015 ranked Cranford second for GCSE performance in its “Top 50 fee-paying schools with small or no sixth-form”. As a non-selective school this is an exceptional achievement, marking Cranford’s second consecutive year in the top 10 and outperforming last year’s ranking of sixth place.
This academic excellence is firmly based within the context of a broad, well-balanced education which inspires a love of learning for all and the opportunity to develop individual sporting, creative and musical talents.
It is the school’s belief that every pupil’s aspirations can be met and this is underpinned by bespoke support, in small year groups with excellent pastoral care.
Headmaster Dr James Raymond is very proud of this endorsement of the quality of education available to all pupils at Cranford House and sees it as a reflection of Cranford’s growing reputation as one of the UK’s leading small independent schools.
In last year’s Independent Schools Inspectorate inspection Cranford was also awarded the top mark of “excellent” in every category.
Assessment day for year seven entry is Saturday, January 9, 2016. To register for a place or enquire about availability in other year groups please contact the registrar Mrs Alison Young on (01491) 651218 or email firstname.lastname@example.org