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Parents

This part of our website is mainly for parents whose children already attend Cranbrook.

It provides practical information on everyday school life, key contact numbers, useful links, copies of newsletters and letters, plus updates from the CSPA (parents’ Association).

Additional information can be found on the school’s secure portal; please use the Parents Log-in. This gives parents access to up-to-date information on their children’s  attendance, behaviour, exams and assessments. It will also open a window into the Secure School Portal which is also available to students. Here you will find additional learning resources such as revision guides and subject notes as set up by each teacher.

Contacts:
Tel:  01580 711800
Fax: 01580 711828
E-mail: enquiries@cranbrook.kent.sch.uk

Headmaster: 01580 711801
weedsj@cranbrook.kent.sch.uk

Bursar: 01580 711811
bursar@cranbrook.kent.sch.uk

Registrar: 01580 711804
registrar@cranbrook.kent.sch.uk

Absences: 01580 711800
absence@cranbrook.kent.sch.uk

Sports Match Fixtures: Please click here to view our sports fixtures’ page.  This is updated live on the day of fixtures so any cancellations, postponements etc due to bad weather are able to be viewed immediately.

Contact: To contact a member of staff by e-mail, please use the staff member’s surname followed by their initial and the school email address. For example, to contact Mr David Swinburne:  swinburned@cranbrook.kent.sch.uk

Address:

Cranbrook School, Waterloo Road, Cranbrook. Kent  TN17 3JD

For any unique questions, please contact Reception on 01580 711800.

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