Choosing the right senior school is one of the most important decisions a family will make together. Our admissions team is on hand all year round to help children and their families make an informed choice. Please click on the relevant age box above to find out about the admissions journey for each entry point.
Due to the current COVID-19 related government restrictions last term, we had been unable to invite you to visit Cranleigh however we are now able to welcome families for individual visits to the School. We have been running very successful remote learning programmes for pupils in all year groups and look forward to welcoming the pupils back in September.
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to book a visit and tour our beautiful campus during the summer holidays. Booking is essential as slots will be limited and social distancing will apply. If you are unable to visit, we’d like to invite you to take a look at every area of life at Cranleigh through our films, interviews and walkthroughs.
A pack of materials is available to download after a few short questions and we’ll be happy to keep you updated with School news. Please click here if you have any questions or would like to book a chat with our Head of Admissions, Mr Steve Batchelor.
It is unlikely that Welcome Mornings will take place during the Michaelmas term but if you would like an individual visits please contact us by emailing email@example.com or call us on 01483 276377.
Head of Department
Mr Steve Batchelor is Head of Admissions and coaches Fourth Form hockey for both boys and girls. A former professional sportsman he holds Olympic bronze and gold medals for hockey. Steve joined Cranleigh more than 20 years ago as a sports coach and shortly after was asked to join the Common Room, becoming Deputy Housemaster of Loveday.
Mr Batchelor's sporting background has been a big part of his life inside and outside Cranleigh. He played the professional tennis circuit for three years but he is probably better known for his hockey having competed in three Olympic games, winning a Bronze and Gold Olympic medal in Los Angeles and Seoul respectively. Mr Batchelor then went onto play in the Barcelona Olympics in 1992 retiring from the sport shortly after.