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. From the moment you walk through the door you will see that Cranleigh C of E Primary 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. We are situated within a strong, caring and supportive school community where children learn to take responsibility for themselves whilst being encouraged to value and care for others
Our values and aims are built firmly on Christian beliefs and principles, 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 immensely proud of our school and work alongside a talented, committed and professional team of staff who care passionately about the education and well-being of all of the children in our school.
We are always gratified to see the achievements of all our children and we know that successful education relies on a real partnership between pupils, parents and teachers. Our work within the school and the local community has helped our children develop into responsible young citizens with the will to succeed.
If you would like to visit our school please make an appointment by contacting the school office.
Sarah Albery and Jo Leatham
- Our New Prayer Shed Jan 2018
We are very excited to share that our prayer shed is now ready and upper school children will begin to use it for reflection and prayer to further develop spirituality in our children.
- Our Christian value this half term is Forgiveness
Forgiveness is the best form of love. It takes a strong person to say sorry and an even stronger person to forgive.
- Christmas Tree Festival
We are delighted to share our news that our entry of a tree into the competition at St Nicolas Church, Cranleigh won the children`s section! Congratulations and thanks to Mrs Lee and her team of elves. Thank you to everyone who voted.
- Lower School Open Morning
Lower school had a very busy morning on Thursday 23rd Nov. There were many tours around the classrooms and then our Head Boy Archie Ambrose spoke to all the visitors. Please go to the 'Prefects' web page (Pupil's Voice) to read Archie's speech.
- Natural History Museum Trip
On 21st Nov Year 6 had a superb visit. It included a classification workshop and closer examination of specimens ranging from crystals to starfish. This was followed by experiencing what an earthquake feels like and a look at all the fabulous dinosaurs.
Latest School Events
- Young Voices at O230Jan2018
@ O2 London
- Safer Internet Day06Feb2018
- Yr 3 to Sayers Croft07Feb2018