Most of us at Cransley are also parents, and we know how difficult it is to balance busy home and professional commitments. So let us help out when we can.
Our Breakfast club begins at 8am for Junior School pupils, with a range of fun activities before the school day begins.
And if your child chooses not to take part in our fabulous range of extra-curricular activities, we have a equally fun after-school club run by Eleanor and Lisa. So much to do, and so little time...
It doesn't cost much either!
Travel and transport
Have you seen our buses on the road?
We provide a to-the-door bus service for children to travel to and from Cransley School. We have four routes that cover most towns and villages within a thirteen-mile radius - serving Warrington, Lymm, South Manchester, Knutsford, Holmes Chapel, Sandbach, Northwich, Tarporley, Kelsall and Frodsham. You can find more information about bus routes and prices through our admissions office.
Food is an important part of school life for pupils, and at Cransley we ensure that every child is provided with balanced, plentiful and healthy meals. We offer three hot courses, including vegetarian options, and salad, sandwiches and baked potatoes as an alternative to a hot meal. Senior School pupils also have mid-morning break from the dining hall at break time including toast, cereals and fruit.
You will want to stay for lunch yourself...
Our uniform provider is currently the wonderful Monkhouse Ltd, with shops in Heaton Chapel, Altrincham and online. We also have preloved quality stock in-house. Please ask Tracey in our school office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fancy wearing the Cransley blue yourself? We have a number of hoodies, jackets and t-shirts available to order throughout the year. Ask Tracey for an order form.
When filling out a registration form for your child to join Cransley School, you will be required to inform the School of any circumstances or medical conditions relating to your child, including special dietary requirements or allergies. This will allow the School to provide appropriate care for your child and respond to any medical situation effectively.
Any medication must be handed in to the School Office for safekeeping. Administration of pupils' medication will only be carried out with parental consent. More information about medical care at Cransley School can be found in our Asthma and Health and Safety policies.