Cranleigh truly values individual pupils and is a small enough community for every member to be seen and celebrated for the person they are. Our aim is to create a dynamic environment to prepare Cranleighans as global citizens, ready for the world beyond our gates.
Reading for pleasure can transform children’s lives. Literacy is the single biggest factor in promoting social mobility and reading for pleasure is one of the most important indicators of a child’s future success and educational attainment. When a child loves reading, they will do better at school and have improved mental wellbeing. That’s why our outreach programme is focused on helping the children in our community to love books, and helping schools to instil a reading culture.Outreach
Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
Ex Cultu Robur, our school motto, translates to ‘from culture comes strength’. Traditionally, this would have meant teaching classical traditions and preparing pupils to lead across a range of industries. Today, it is the beacon lighting our journey towards greater equity, diversity and inclusion at Cranleigh and beyond.Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
In line with the principles of Cranleigh Giving, Cranleigh encourages pupils to think beyond themselves. Social purpose is a central feature of its ethos and activity. Cranleigh School and Cranleigh Prep School are committed to sharing resources and mutual sharing of expertise to improve the educational outcomes of children and young people wherever they are based. It is seeking to deepen and expand its commitment to local partnerships and local access to Cranleigh Schools’ facilities.Social Purpose
As a leading school that seeks to be forward-thinking, caring and globally responsible, Cranleigh School recognises and embraces the importance of developing and implementing ‘environmental sustainability’ in order to minimise our planetary and environmental impact, with especial focus on reducing our Carbon Footprint, safeguarding the diverse beauty and abundance of the planet, recognising our place within its complex systems; future-proofing the school against the changing implications of Climate Change, ensuring energy and resource security; meeting our wider legal, social and communal obligations in terms of environmental and social governance (ESG); producing school leavers and Cranleigh community members who understand the importance of environmental awareness, having a positive engagement with nature and sustainable behaviour.Sustainability