Cranford House Junior School

Cranford House Junior School

Day Oxfordshire

One of the UK's leading small independent schools, Cranford House is situated on the Oxfordshire-Berkshire border. Our Junior School section offers a vibrant education to girls and boys aged 3-11. Rated 'Excellent' in all categories, our school specialises in academic achievement, outstanding pastoral care and extra-curricular opportunities for all.

Year Founded 1931
Religion N/A
Inspection Report
Charity Commission

Cranford House Junior School has a total of 197 pupils.

Day pupil fees are from £3500 to £4280, per term.

48 Day Boys
(3- 11)
149 Day Girls
(3- 11)

About Cranford House Junior School

Established in 1931, Cranford House now has around 400 pupils and a unique reputation for providing a vibrant, opportunity-rich education. This is firmly based on traditional values, within a warmly nurturing environment, where the diversity of ability and talent of each of our pupils is fully embraced.
Our pupils are happy, confident and motivated, giving them the perfect foundation to aspire to achieve across all areas of our broad curriculum. Whilst our admissions policy is non-selective, we believe in academic ambition for each individual and in celebrating the successes of all.

Our small class sizes, close community and committed staff clearly promote our ethos as a welcoming, family school. Our relatively small size ensures that every pupil has the opportunity to participate fully in all aspects of school life from the earliest years.  

Scholarships & Bursaries

Means-tested Bursaries and Scholarships into Senior School are both available. 

Admissions Process

We are proud to offer a non-selective admissions process and a learning environment where children shine and succeed.
To discuss Admissions, please contact our Registrar, Mrs Alison Young, on or 01491 651 218.



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