Our aim is to promote the happiness and well-being of all our pupils. PSHE is delivered through classroom groups, as well as lectures delivered by the 6th form leadership team and external specialists in the various areas of study.

PSHE helps to provide a proactive and preventative strand to Cranleigh’s pastoral care. Our goal is to encourage in pupils a sufficient understanding to develop as rounded, fulfilled individuals and as responsible citizens. Our programme is varied, and sensitive to changing social pressures and individual needs.

Lower School

Upper School

Parental Involvement

As part of our PSHE programme we seek to build a positive working partnership with the parent body so that the pupils receive consistent messages in our ever-changing culture. Therefore, as part of the PSHE programme, there are lectures designed to encourage this partnership. We invite parents to attend presentations about the dangers of technology, drugs and relationships, and mental and emotional health.

These lectures aim to cover some of the key points that are being taught to the pupils and help the parent body to remain up-to-date with the issues in our current teenage culture whilst gaining an insight into some of the dangers facing young adults today. Follow-up resources are available on the parent portal of the school website.

Dom Emley

Dom Emley

Deputy Housemaster (Loveday)

Krystle Flack

Krystle Flack

Head of Learning Support