Cranbrook Church of England Primary School offers a broad and balanced curriculum within friendly, nurturing environment set in beautiful grounds. Our aim is that your child should leave our school with the best possible attainment in reading, writing and mathematics but also with a wide range of other skills, confidence and empathy, the skills of independence and collaboration, friends and happy memories.
We would be delighted to show you our school. Please make an appointment through the school office.
Miss Alison Hatch
As a Church of England School we are part of the parish of St Dunstan’s www.stdunstanscranbrook.org.uk Cranbrook and the Diocese of Canterbury www.canterburydiocese.org. Our school serves the historic market town of Cranbrook http://www.cranbrook.org/ and surrounding area.
Most children join us in Reception Class in the year of their fifth birthday. Many transfer from local nurseries: Rainbow www.rainbowcranbrook.co.uk Woodpeckers www.woodpeckerspreschool.co.uk and Monkey Puzzle www.monkeypuzzlecranbrook.co.uk.
Our Year Six pupils transfer from us to grammar or secondary school. Past pupils of the school have also been awarded scholarships such as the Beneden School Scholarship www.benenden.kent.sch.uk.
As a Christian School we are committed to helping those less fortunate than ourselves. Each year we raise money for charities at home and abroad. Through Starfish Malawi www.starfishmalawi.com we are linked with Kambwiri School, in Malawi, Africa where our fund raising has provided classroom and equipment.
On this site you will find information about our school performance (the attainment and achievement of the pupils), dates and events, admissions, how we support pupils with special educational needs, how the school day is organised, the curriculum and our policies. All documents are available to download as PDF. Get PDF reader here. Paper copies may be obtained through the school office, some of which may be charged for, please see our charging policy. On the Governors page you will find information about the role of the governors and their reports on their work.