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Cranborne Middle School
Cranborne, BH21 5RP, UK Wimborne
+44 (0)172-551-7348


The main buildings date from 1961 and include a Hall which accommodates the whole school with a dining area and stage, a fully equipped Gymnasium, Library, Science lab, Technology workshops, Music room, separate French department, Art and Pottery room and two specialist ICT areas. As well as these specialist areas we have additional classrooms for general teaching. its development.

In recent years we have seen the Science Laboratory refurbished, the Administration Office extended and seven temporary classrooms replaced with new ones. The design and layout of the new rooms enabled us to position four together to form a Year 5 tutor group base. A new Technology block comprising of resistant materials, food and ICT areas, followed by a textiles room and refurbishment of the music room to include separate practice rooms completed the ongoing renovations.


To help children develop:

  • Lively and inquiring minds.
  • The ability to question and argue rationally.
  • The commitment to work hard and apply themselves to tasks.
  • The ability to work well with others.
  • An enjoyment of learning.
  • To help children acquire knowledge, skills and understanding in preparation for adult life by providing them with a wide variety of experiences and responsibilities.
  • To help children to use and understand language and number effectively.
  • To enable children to learn more about themselves and to foster selfesteem and inner confidence.
  • To enable children to formulate their own beliefs, values and understanding of different faiths and cultures.
  • To provide a disciplined, caring and supportive environment in which pupils feel safe and valued.
  • To enable children to achieve high standards so that they seek to achieve their potential and are justly confident in their abilities and thus capable of enjoying all that life has to offer.
  • To give children a proper sense of their own worth so that they can also appreciate and respect the achievements and aspirations of others.


We are delighted to offer activities in addition to the normal school curriculum. These cater for a variety of interests and enthusiasms and extend the opportunities for the children significantly. Many club meetings and practices take place during the lunchtime but fixtures, rehearsals and other activities also take place after school.

A wide range of sporting activities are on offer: football (girls and boys), rugby, basketball, hockey, gymnastics, tennis, athletics, badminton, orienteering, indoor athletics (winter) and volleyball. Music activities include: orchestra, choir, Cranborne Singers, brass ensemble, percussion, and recorders. Drama is offered in preparation for productions. There are also clubs for homework, technology, stage crew, and webmasters.

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