Crackley Hall School Moves To Two Year 4 Classes For September 2018
Crackley Hall School in Kenilworth is introducing a second Year 4 class from September 2018. The two classes of initially between 12 and 14 pupils will move up through the school over the next three years.
The school’s recent ‘Excellent’ rating, in every area, in its inspection in October 2017 has ensured that interest in the school is at an all-time high so the independent school for boys and girls, aged four to eleven, has decided to introduce the second Year 4 class, from September, to cater for demand.
Comments Headmaster, Rob Duigan, “Crackley Hall has always been a popular choice for parents. Adding this extra capacity in Year 4 next year will afford more children the opportunity to benefit from a Crackley Hall education. A key factor for parents to consider is the school’s proven success in enabling children to transfer to their first choice secondary school, whether independent or local grammars. The move is good news for both prospective and current pupils, who will enjoy the smaller class sizes in what is a key school year, as the children start to prepare for 11+ and entrance examinations.”
There is still time to register interest in the new Year 4 class for September 2018, and in places in some other years, as the school will be holding an open event on Tuesday 8 May from 5.00pm to 7.30pm. Visitors will be able to look around the school, see the school’s facilities and to meet the Headteacher, Rob Duigan, pupils, staff and current parents. Parents who are interested should contact Jenny Vaughan, Admissions Secretary on 01926 514410 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org. All are most welcome.