Cranbrook School (formerly Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School) is a state-funded boarding school and mixed primary day school in the market town of Cranbrook, Kent, England. It is a unique educational institution that has been providing students with an opportunity to reach their full potential for more than 500 years. The school is committed to its core values of kindness, integrity, curiosity, aspiration and individuality. Boarding at Cranbrook is an enjoyable experience that allows students to make lifelong friendships with peers from all over the world.
The school also has a rich history, as evidenced by the original royal charter granted by Queen Elizabeth I in 1588 and the painting that was taken to space by former student Piers Sellers in 2003. The school library houses the charter and the painting, which was later returned with official NASA verification that it had traveled to space. It also contains a field that shows whether a student's family has declared that they are entitled to free school meals, as reported in the annual spring school census. This field does not show the students who actually received free school meals, but rather the percentage of those who are eligible to receive them. In his will, John Fuller decreed that if his daughter's son was a girl, his mansion would become a free school for poor Cranbrook children.
This field does not show the students who actually received free school meals, but rather the number of people who are eligible to receive them. It was formerly the school lobby, but it became a library when the number of students became too large to fit in the hallway. The figures used are the figures from the performance table, which ensures that the GIAS and the Find and Compare Schools in England service are consistent. This will allow schools and the department to more quickly and accurately identify people who participate in governance and who govern in more than one context. At Cranbrook School London, we strive to provide our students with an environment where they can unlock their true potential. Our joint curriculum encourages enthusiasm and talent outside of the classroom, allowing our students to thrive and bringing them lifelong joy.
We believe that our core values of kindness, integrity, curiosity, aspiration and individuality are essential for helping our students reach their full potential.