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Sporting students representing Kent and beyond

Twenty-five Cranbrook School students have been selected to represent Kent and beyond across many sports disciplines:

Kent Hockey  Spring 2019

  • U13 – Polly B
  • U14 – Heather C, Tabitha W and Grace B (development squad)
  • U16 – Anna L (Year 10) Liv K, Kiana G, Sasha G and Elysia W for Sussex (Year 11) and Maisie M has achieved the next stage after Kent called the High Performance Group
  • U18 – Ben E for the Kent and High Performance Group

Kent Netball Spring 2019

  • U13 – Chloe J

Kent Rugby Spring 2019

  • U16 – Paddy H
  • U15 – Felix M
  • U14 – Felix O, Dayo O, Demi A
  • U13 – Barnaby W

Kent Basketball selection for 2019/20 

  • U16 – Charlie D
  • U13 – Miguel H-B

Kent Cricket 2019

  • U15 – Maisie W


The following students are also continuing their sporting success outside of school:

  • James L – Snowboarding
  • Freya B – Sailing
  • Lucia L – Fencing
  • Martha L – Rowing


Highlights of the major games:

Rugby – improved overall participation rate across the year groups which was a target from 172 participants in 2017 to 232 in 2018.

Girls’ Hockey – U16 girls Qualified for the Regional Finals and narrowly missed out on reaching the nationals – three way tie in their section but came 3rd on points.  Overall 5th in the South East.

Boys’ Hockey – 1st’s had a winning season and the

Netball – 1st team won the Tonbridge Division 2 ladies league, came 2nd in the National Round of the SBF competition and only lost 2 games all season. 2nd’s only lost one game all season.

Tennis – currently on 77% and 75% Win rate.

Cricket – introduction of pre-school sessions and evening nets in the Spring term with Ex County player Alex Edwards. Alex played for Sussex, Derbyshire and Middlesex.   Alex has also been coaching both boys and girls this year in games and after school practices as well as this years Mote Club international Matt Luksich.  We are very lucky to have such expertise join our department.  We have also seen the return of school cricket fixtures for boys and girls  on Saturdays.The U13 Boys lead the way with a 3/5 win rate but all teams are improving every match and this sets us up well at the grassroots which was the aim this season. The cricket potential and future for both boys and girls is very exciting. In fact we end this week just before half term with two wins for the U15 boys and girls.

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As the first half of this term comes to an end, we had great pleasure in awarding our Year 9 scholars today. Well done! 👏

CSPA Artisan Tasting Evening - Friday 19th November
We'll be highlighting our fabulous local suppliers attending the Artisan Tasting Evening over the next few weeks. First up Cellar Head Brewing Company: https://t.co/IdxdbPwcZf
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A funny thing happened on the way to the forum this am… I saw ACTUAL ROMAN PILLARS coming into Cranbrook on a ute for the Apple Fayre! Town closed but forum well and truly open. Brilliant. See you in Octogas later @SchoolCranbrook apple juice stall.


CPD twilight today: Importance of literacy across the curriculum, courtesy of Ms Eastwood, Head of English. Brilliant T&L ideas. (As if you need reminding: make your children read! Words matter in all subjects.)

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