Address: Horseshoe Lane, Cranleigh, Surrey GU6 8QQ
Number of Pupils: 409 boys, 290 girls
Fees: (annually) boarding, £42,720; day, £35,175
Head Teacher: Mr Martin Reader MA (Oxon), MPhil, MBA
Religious Affiliation: Church of England; welcomes pupils of all faiths and none.
Entrance Procedure: To learn about the admissions process for both 13+ and 16+ entry, please contact our admissions team directly.
Contact: Alex Forsdike, 01483 276377
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Please e-mail [email protected] if you wish to book a visit. Visit www.cranleigh.org/admissions/virtual-open-day/ to view our virtual open day
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A broad fourth-form curriculum leads into an options system allowing between nine and ten GCSEs. At sixth form pupils take A-levels with the option of adding EPQ and Pre-U. Classes are a good size (approx. ten in sixth form), and extra support is readily available.
Games & The Arts
Outstanding facilities include a huge sports centre, indoor pool, equestrian centre, 31 pitches and a golf course. The music school features a wide range of ensembles and top-class practice/performance facilities; drama has its own modern theatre, while Duke of Edinburgh, CCF and canoeing are popular. The Woodyer Art Studios provide some of the best art facilities in the country, with specialist provision for painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture and ceramics. The Design Engineering department has three design studios and workshops, including 3D printing facilities.
Cranleigh’s philosophy is to nurture pupils as individuals, ensuring happy and fulfilling school years while preparing them for the wider world. The housemasters/mistresses, matrons and personal tutors who closely follow their tutees’ progress, deputy heads and chaplain all play a key part in the pupils’ pastoral care
99 percent go on to higher education, with around 80 per cent getting into their first-choice university (including Oxbridge, Bristol, Durham, LSE, UCL) in recent years.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
Family values feature strongly at this ‘local boarding school’. A highly regarded school/home partnership enables pupils to remain close to family while participating fully in school life.
The 280-acre setting and outstanding facilities offer an enviable environment in which to develop in both academic and co-curricular spheres. Cranleigh believes feeling valued within various spheres impacts positively on grades, and results in confident, open-minded individuals who leave with lifelong friends.