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 a number of Open Events throughout the year which prospective parents and pupils are most welcome to attend. Visitors 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. In addition, those with pre-school children are welcome to attend our friendly, Stay ‘n’ Play Toddler Group on a Wednesday during term-time.
As well as our Open Events, we offer personal tours. It’s a great way to experience the school on a normal working day, at a time that suits you and your family, ask the questions you want to ask and meet the Headmaster one-to-one. To book a personal tour please click below and our Registrar, Mrs Jenny Vaughan, will be in touch to arrange your visit.
Saturday 9 March 2024, 10.30am to 12.30pm
Our spring Open Morning is a great opportunity for prospective families to look around Little Crackers Nursery and Crackley Hall School and meet key members of staff. The school will come alive with musical performances and sports activities. There will also be a fun activity trail through the school for visiting children.
Booking for this Open Event will be available soon.
For information about our availability in each year group, please contact our Registrar, Mrs Jenny Vaughan, on 01926 514410 or by email email@example.com.
If you cannot make our Open Events don’t worry you can arrange a personal tour with our Headmaster. Please book a personal tour here and Mrs Jenny Vaughan, will be in touch to arrange your visit.
'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.'