Visit the School
There are a number of opportunities to visit the school during the course of the year. We encourage prospective parents and pupils to visit us both formally and informally to get a true flavour of the school.
We hold various Open Events throughout the year, including a specific Nursery and Reception Open Evening, which prospective parents and pupils are most welcome to attend. Our Open Events are a great opportunity for parents and children to visit the school and nursery, either during the school day, evenings or weekends. Visitors will have the chance to see our facilities, meet pupils and staff and enjoy light refreshments. A meeting with Mr Duigan, the Headmaster, is also a key part of the admissions process. All are welcome to attend our events. Please note, we are currently following government guidelines and are operating on an appointment only basis. Please see below the specific details of our Open Events.
Crackley Hall School
Thursday 7 October 2021 - 10.00am to 3.00pm
Crackley Hall and Little Crackers Nursery in Kenilworth, is opening its doors for an Open Day on Thursday 7 October 2021 from 10.00am to 3.00pm.
This is an opportunity to look around the school and to meet staff and pupils on a normal working day. All are welcome, please register your interest in attending our Open Day.
We now are accepting registrations for Reception 2022, our early bird deadline for September 2022 admission is Friday 15 October 2021. Please speak to our Admission Secretary, Mrs Jenny Vaughan for availability throughout the school and for Reception 2022
For more information or to receive a link to the recording of our previous virtual open events please contact our Admissions Secretary, Mrs Jenny Vaughan on 01926 514410 or by email email@example.com.
'At the recent Open Morning I was very impressed with all aspects of the school. All the staff and pupils seem to have a common goal to work together and have a genuine affection for one another which is lovely to see. I think our son would be very happy at Crackley Hall.'