A warm welcome to Cranleigh C of E Primary School; a vibrant and forward-looking school which places our children at the heart of everything we do. On entering Cranleigh C of E Primary you will see that it is a happy and friendly school where every child has the opportunity to reach excellence within a nurturing family ethos. Our children enjoy an active, exciting and creative curriculum which seeks to stimulate, engage and challenge them whilst developing a lifelong love of learning.
Christian beliefs and principles underpin our values and aims, and form part of everyday interactions and activities. As a Church of England school we believe that our role is to educate the whole child and that the spiritual growth of our children is as important as their academic development. We have a well planned curriculum that embraces spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. It is through the support we give each other that we establish respect, friendship, a sense of belonging and effective team work. Our staff team are experienced and committed to excellence in teaching, learning and pastoral care.
We are always delighted to see the achievements of all our children and we know that successful education relies on a strong partnership between pupils, parents and teachers. The work in school and our community helps our children to develop into responsible young citizens with the drive to succeed.
If you would like to visit our school please make an appointment by contacting the school office.
Sarah Albery and Jo Leatham
Cranleigh C of E Primary School News
- Our Christian value this summer half term is: Compassion
Compassion is being kind and caring to others.
- Easter Pause Day 27th March
This is traditionally a very creative day in our school calendar and we delve deeper into the Easter story. We also enjoyed our wonderful Easter hats and garden parades. Reverends Roy and Ian, Gabrielle and Andy Turnbull had a very tough task in judging.
- Year 4 Residential Trip to Henley Fort
Year 4 had a great trip to Henley Fort where the activities included rock climbing, archery, fire lighting and shelter building. They stayed in yurts and had to keep everything tidy including making their own beds.
- Bishop Jo of Dorking opened and blessed new Prayer Shed
Bishop Jo of Dorking recently opened and blessed our new Prayer Shed at upper school. We were very pleased to both welcome her and Jonathon Gambier, Deputy Director of Education from the Diocese of Guildford.
- Year 5's Residential Trip
The pupils in Year 5 have been away for two nights and spent their days hiking, rafting, problem solving and buggy building with a dinner and disco evening too. They are back for a rest over the weekend now!
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