Cranleigh has been listed as the 3rd best independent sporting school in the country by School Sports magazine. The award is given for achievement over the largest range of sports. We have surged into the top three places after winning national titles in cricket, hockey, kayaking and biathlon.
We wanted to share with you some of the very important strategic links that Brendan is forging with both the Prep and Senior Schools in Cranleigh UK this week. Brendan attended a special evening last night, including dinner, hosted by the Chairman of Governors Cranleigh UK, Anthony Townsend, with the three Headmasters: ...read more →
Well done ladies – we are very proud of you all! The U11 netballers made an excellent start to the league and whilst BISAD just managed to scrape a win in the last seconds of the game to win 8-7, the girls should be very proud of themselves. Siena ...read more →
On the Thursday 15th January Cranleigh School were visited by German Bundesliga football club Eintracht Frankfurt. The club are currently training and playing matches in the UAE and they kindly offered to work with our staff and students to support the development of football at Cranleigh. The students and staff ...read more →
It was the first Cranleigh Cross Country Squad AECA @ Bake Beach. We were doing interval training over a 500m stretch and covered an overall distance of 2800metres.
Protecting our Patch…..Cranleigh working together to protect what we have today in order to save tomorrow!
The Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week in Schools (ADSWS) initiative starts today and is taking place between the 18-22 January.In Design and Technology and Life skills this week pupils will have an insight into sustainable design/consideration and in the Science block six large Infographics are on display. Pupils have also had ...read more →
“EATABLE MARSHMALLOW PILLOWS LICKABLE WALLPAPER FOR NURSERIES HOT ICE CREAMS FOR COLD DAYS COWS THAT GIVE CHOCOLATE MILK FIZZY LIFTING DRINKS SQUARE SWEETS THAT LOOK ROUND” ― Roald Dahl, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Year 5 Year 5 were introduced to their new topic with a Golden Ticket to Willy Wonka’s ...read more →
On Thursday 11th December Cranleigh hosted its first rugby match at home. On a freshly marked grass pitch the under 12 boys consisting of year 6 and 7 boys played a 10 a-side friendly ‘training’ match against Al Bateen. Both teams played with passion and commitment and concluded in a ...read more →
Here are a few pictures of Julien Lee Herberling performing to a full house at the Royal Festival Hall in London. Julien and the National children’s Orchestra of Great Britain played Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker suites and 1812 Overture, among others.
His Highness Sheikh Zayed Al Nahyan once stated: ‘’Celebrating the National Day is not only an anniversary; it is a memorable occasion which highlights the major achievements of the United Arab Emirates.’’ So, today we recognize the remarkable progress achieved by this country, a nation growing at the speed of dreams. ...read more →