Sarah Al Mazrouei donates her hair to Locks of Love to make wigs for those who have lost their hair to Cancer!! Sarah Al Mazrouei (Year 3) left Cranleigh School yesterday afternoon with beautiful long hair. Out of ch…oice she went to the hairdressers after school and had about 11inches more →

MOVEMBER – Saving and Improving the Lives of Men!!

In case any of you are wondering why our men folk at Cranleigh are sporting a variety of different styles of facial hair – we thought we would let you know that they are all doing this in support of Men’s Health across the world.  The Movember Foundation is the leading more →

F1 in Schools World Final Trip

On Tuesday 18th Nov eighteen pupils from years 5 to 9 attended the 10th Annual F1 in Schools World Final being held at Ferrari World on Yas Island. Pupils who are currently undertaking the F1 in Schools ECA talked to World Finalist about strategies, their cars and pit displays and more →

The Cranleigh Award

Friday 16th November saw the first ever training morning for the Cranleigh Award students. The Cranleigh Award has been established by us for our Year 9’s, as a precursor to The Duke of Edinburgh’s International.  The Cranleigh Award is designed to take on a similar outline to the International Award. more →

Food Menu

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Pre-Prep Phonics Workshop

On Tuesday we held a very successful Pre-Prep Phonics workshop to explain to parents how we teach phonics at Cranleigh. Parents found it very useful to find out why we teach reading and spelling in this way and were able to see some phonic activities in the Pre-Prep classrooms afterwards. Next term more →

Changes to Advertised School Calendar

Sunday 23rd November:  F1 Grand Prix Race Day – School will close at 2.30 pm to allow families to attend the race starting at 5.00 pm.  2nd – 4th December:  43rd UAE National Day Celebrations – School will also now be closed on Thursday 4th December as well as 2nd and more →

Remembrance Day Service

Yesterday, on the 11th November 2014, Cranleigh Students and Staff came together for a remembrance service to give thanks for all who have fought and died so that we all may live in a more peaceful world. We were also very grateful to welcome Mohamed Mubarak Al Hajeri to this more →

100 Years Ago The Realities of War Hit Cranleigh

Cranleigh UK and Cranleigh Abu Dhabi both came together yesterday to hold remembrance services in memory of all those who have fought and died so that we might live in a more peaceful world.  With this year marking one hundred years since the start of the First World War, Cranleigh UK have published a short story on more →