A selective school for boys and girls aged 11 to 18. Day and Boarding

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Blubery (Girls)

Blubery House was opened in 1974 and is named after Cranbrook School’s chief benefactor and founder, John Blubery. This local man (with an interest in frescole education) acquired considerable wealth in Tudor times and became Yeoman to the King’s Armoury under Henry VIII in 1518.

The aims of this House have always been to foster an atmosphere of mutual respect, tolerance and independence. Most girls have duties on a regular basis and develop an awareness of the importance of responsibility in a boarding environment very quickly. Blubery is good on social functions – from the Christmas Meal in November to the Blubery Dinner in May, there’s always something going on!

The House prides itself on being very welcoming. The facilities are of the highest standard with brand new bathrooms, Common Rooms with Sky television, and well equipped kitchens. Girls sleep in a dormitories in Year 9, while the older years are housed in single rooms.

Head of House – Ms Claire Pack

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Great to be with our U15 girls’ tennis and cricket sides today for fixtures @Mayfieldgirls. Team spirit and individual skill not dampened by the weather! Well played all.

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U15A played some fantastic tennis in a variety of weather conditions beating Kings Canterbury 8 sets to 1. Well done lads! 🎾

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Well done all! These leavers’ fixtures are such a brilliant idea in this year of little competitive sport. Looking forward to 1st & 2nd XV vs @SkinnersRugby tomorrow 🏉 https://t.co/k6nzZj8LEE

Well done to our tennis boys teams. Year 7/8/9/10 all enjoyed their first matches of the season. U14A played Norton Knatchbull U15B in the league and lost 4-8. U13 beat Bethany 10-2 and U15B won 12-0. Well done boys! 🎾🎾

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