Cranleigh School

Cranleigh is a specialist school for students aged between 4 and 12 years living north of Lake Burley Griffin. It has been established for over 40 years. Our students have significant intellectual disabilities and many of our students have autism as well. We have a total of 85 students.

Our focus for our students is to develop independence through individualised learning plans. We are strongly committed to providing all children with a voice through a range of communication approaches. We have a wide range of specialist programs and facilities to enhance the learning programs which are developed in partnership with the families.

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Canberra Raiders Come To Visit

Posted on 15 Aug 2018

Four members of the Canberra Raiders, including the captain Jarrod Croker visited our school this week. They spent time meeting and chatting with the students, signing posters, kicking and throwing 'footies' and they even left us with some great Raiders souvenirs. The students had a fantastic time, some even meeting their favourite football idols. Goooo Raiders and thanks so much! We look forward to another visit.

Amazing Art

Posted on 20 Jun 2018

Come and check out the incredible artwork of colourful faces in the Cranleigh foyer! Our talented Art Teacher Ali, together with a very clever cohort of students, have created prints of their faces by drawing into foam. The display is amazing!

Canberra Symphony Orchestra

Posted on 29 May 2018

Cranleigh students and staff were delighted with the talents of the Canberra Symphony Orchestra, during their visit last Tuesday.  It was a great opportunity for classes to enjoy an intimate and live musical experience.


Important Information for Families

Posted on 09 May 2018

Please take note of the following important Information for Families. This information can also be found in the Information for Families page on the website.


Posted on 04 Apr 2018

On Purple Day students and staff wore purple to help raise epilepsy awareness. As part of the Purple Day activities a whole school walk around the school playground was enjoyed and students created purple craft. Staff enjoyed a 'purple' morning tea and donations were collected from students and staff for Epilepsy Action Australia.

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