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

Cranbrook School - Respect Aspire Achieve
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Reports and Assessments

All parents have password protected access to the School Portal and Parent Gateway.

The students’ section of the school portal is designed to help them with their studies and features teaching/classroom resources, course notes, revision guides, links to examining boards and past papers. These same facilities can also be accessed by parents wanting to keep track of the regular curriculum. Parents can simply use their child’s login to access the School Portal.
In addition, parents also have access to extra materials which provide deeper insights into their children’s progress via the Parent Gateway:

  • Attendance & behavioural records
  • Timetable and teachers
  • Subject teacher commentaries
  • Examination results
  • House tutor reports which not only record academic performance and future choices, but also cover well-being issues and each student’s interaction on the sports and social fronts

In simplified terms it’s a rolling review which ensures that staff and parents work together on every aspect of a child’s development at Cranbrook.
This is a valuable resource and we encourage all parents to use it regularly. To access, simply click on the link from the website and it will take you to the parent gateway.  Put your email as the username. If you have problems with the password access, click the forgotten password – you will be sent a new one. Any further problems, please e-mail gateway@cranbrook.kent.sch.uk.

Thank you

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