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Student drop off/collection times
Please see the following new staggered start/finish times this term and the drop-off/pick-up points for the different Year Groups:
Year 7 – 8.35am start/3.35pm finish and In-Out car park for drop-off and pick-up (3.15pm finish on Games afternoon – Fridays)
Year 8 – 8.35am start/3.35pm finish and Quaker Lane/Big Side car park for drop-off and pick-up (3.15pm finish on Games afternoon – Fridays)
Year 9: – 8.35am start/3.35pm finish and In-Out car park for drop-off and pick-up (3.15pm finish on Games afternoon – Tuesdays)
Year 10: – 8.30am start/3.25pm finish and In-Out car park for drop-off and pick-up (3.15pm finish on Games afternoon – Thursdays)
Year 11: – 8.20am start/3.30pm finish and Quaker Lane/Big Side car park for drop-off and pick-up (3.15pm finish on Games afternoon – Mondays)
Year 12: – 8.30am start/3.25pm finish and In-Out car park for drop-off and pick-up (3.15pm finish on Games afternoons – Wednesdays)
Year 13: – 8.20am start/3.30pm finish and In-Out car park for drop-off and pick-up (3.15pm finish on Games afternoons – Wednesdays)
When they have a games afternoon any year group boys may be collected from Big Side.
Please can parents time their pick-up journey for later than actual lesson finish time – it always takes a few minutes for pupils to emerge from the school after their last lesson. We have experienced major traffic logjams in the afternoons recently with parents arriving early and waiting for too long in the In/Out car park in particular. It is perfectly possible of course to pick up and drop off your child in Cranbrook town itself.
Please note, the In/Out collection zone and Barham Drive will be closed between 3:15pm and 3:45pm to allow the buses and students on foot to safely exit the site.
Essential gas works
Please be aware that SGN are carrying out essential gas maintenance work in Cranbrook which was originally scheduled for April and May, affecting local traffic. For more information, please click here to read the letter from SGN.
The latest reading lists have been released and are available in the Year group sections in the left menu or by using the links below:
Cranbrook Carers Group
Due to current COVID restrictions, this group is currently on hold. Please contact Michelle West for further details: email@example.com
Biddenden to Cranbrook minibus service
With enough Cranbrook School students living close to one another in Biddenden and along Cranbrook Road, the Tenterden Social Hub has agreed to run a minibus service to Cranbrook School. This term, the service will only be offered in the morning to school, picking students up door to door, arriving at school for 8:15am. The cost will be £11 per week, per student. There are currently 10 spaces available. If the scheme is successful, a return journey can be offered at 3:45pm for an additional £11 in 2020. For more information, please click the above link or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Rovenden Rocket
From September 2019, the Rolvenden Rocket will be operating a school bus service from Rolvenden to Cranbrook School stopping at Benenden en route. There is currently no private bus service from Rolvenden to Cranbrook School or a public bus operating at suitable times. The Rolvenden Rocket aims to be the solution to transport worries for parents who have children attending Cranbrook School. There are 15 available seats. The allocation will be on a first come first serve basis and the price will be competitive with the Young Persons bus pass offered by KCC. Please contact Lee by emailing email@example.com to book your seat or ask a question regarding the service.
Monday to Friday, pick-up outside The Bull at 7:50am, Benenden Village Hall at 7:55am and drop-off to Cranbrook School for 8:10am.
Information Evening presentations
The year group information evening presentations are available to download from the Notices tabs above.
Please take a look at the document in the downloads section from the Department of Education that offers parents advice when dealing with social media, and the issues facing today’s young people around cyberbullying.