At Tranby, we provide a carefully judged blend of academic challenge, pastoral support and extra-curricular opportunity amid the glorious surroundings of the historically significant Tranby Croft. We are committed to bringing out the best in everyone and have a ‘no ceilings’ approach to what our pupils can achieve. Examination success is only part of the picture. Art, music, drama, dance, sport, community service projects and many clubs and societies create a vibrant atmosphere and help all pupils to flourish and enjoy their time at school. Everyone matters and the pastoral care at the school ensures pupils feel supported and valued throughout their time here.
Tranby Prep, Senior, Sixth Form and our Nursery; The Croft at Tranby, aims to embrace everyone who walks through our doors. We wish our visitors to have the abiding impression that they were welcomed, noticed, respected and would be welcome to return. The main focus of such care is on the pupils: potential, current or former. Small class sizes allow our teachers to really know your child as an individual, to give them more attention, have greater understanding of their academic profile and allows us to support them in the best way and provide extension of their skills and knowledge so that they reach their fullest potential. A Level Results 2022 - Students received well-deserved grades and cemented their places at competitive university courses across the country. 94% of grades were at grade A*-C equivalent, and over a third of all grades received were at A*. 100% of students secured entry to their first choice institution on the day. Tranby was the one of the most successful sixth form's in the area by some margin for results and first choice university destinations.
The best way to get to know the school is to come for a visit, experience the buzz and energy of Tranby Croft, enjoy the stunning grounds and, of course, meet the pupils who make it such an exciting place to work and learn. You’ll be sure of a warm reception whether you are a prospective parent or pupil, or a former pupil.
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Prospective pupils may be registered for admission at any time after birth. Registrations should ideally be received at least a full calendar year preceding the desired date of admission to benefit from all communications relating to the next admissions cycle. You can register by completing the UK registration form that is included with the admissions pack, and sending this along with a registration fee of £25 to: Mrs Sharon McEwan, Registrar Telephone: +44 (0)1482 657016 Email:email@example.com A non-returnable registration fee (£25) is payable on submission of an application. Please ensure the school is told at the application stage if your child has a disability or particular need to that we can properly assess his/her requirements. Assessments from professionals such as Educational Psychologists should be provided at this stage.
2022/23: All per term.
Each year, we are proud to award a limited number of scholarships to pupils who are capable of extremely high levels of achievement and who we believe will make a significant contribution to the life of the school. Awards vary dependant on an applicant’s performance on the scholarship days and taking account of any portfolios and references submitted to support an application.