Contact InformationSearch
Explore Section Menu

The Junior School prides itself on its child centred approach, in a beautiful rural environment where all pupils feel safe and valued. Pastoral care is of the utmost importance to us, whilst our pupils are challenged academically and taught to be independent thinkers and to challenge themselves.

Our small class sizes allow for a personal approach by experienced professionals, ensuring a high rate of progress for all abilities, with guided academic rigour, self-challenge and the creative thrills of research, collaboration and play.

We provide an enhanced national curriculum, utilising the resources, facilities and expertise of our Senior School, allowing us to provide learning opportunities beyond that of primary schools - in music, science, creative arts, computing, PE and drama.

On a personal level, we nurture in our children the qualities of courage, courtesy, consideration and compassion.

We must encourage children to develop an individual spirituality and moral 'compass' in modern life, and at Cransley we do this through clear personal, social, health and economic wellbeing, religious studies, themed assemblies, and early philosophy.  Our children must also experience social and cultural understanding through extensive charity-work, competitive sport, musical performance, ecology projects and visits to theatres, museums, places of worship and outdoor pursuits centres.

When it is time to leave our educational care, we ensure a seamless transition - academic, pastoral and physical - into our Senior School, thereby ensuring continuous progress and wellbeing at an exciting time of their lives.

Cransley truly is a school where individuals matter. Come arrange a personal visit with me, and see what we have to offer your child.

Richard Pollock


Headmaster's Photograph courtesy of Miss Jamie Cox - Cransley Alumni