Cranleigh School

Cranleigh is a specialist school for students aged between 4 and 12 years living north of Lake Burleigh 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 81 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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NAIDOC Week

Posted on 25 Aug 2016

NAIDOC Week Celebrations

Students participated in a range of Sensory activities including sand tray play with miniature Australian animals, dot painting a paper snake, Indigenous flag pasting, woollen snake wraps and a hand print on wood. Aunty Wendy's mob music was enjoyed by all while they were creating and playing. Thanks to Amy and the team for organising. We had an awesome day!



Questacon Visit

Posted on 10 Jun 2016


Questacon Circus visited Cranleigh on Monday May 2nd with shows for all our classes. This annual event is always highly interactive. The presenters develop a great array of sensory science activities and are responsive to areas of interest of our students.


Drumming and Dance Performance

Posted on 18 May 2016

African drummer and student

Students enjoyed a dance and drumming performance by the UBUNTU African Children's Choir Graduates.



Celebrating our Outdoor Sensory Space Opening

Posted on 31 Mar 2016

Gracie sand footprint

Students celebrated the opening of our new Outdoor Sensory Area by leaving their footprints behind in sand as an acknowledgement of our Indigenous heritage.


A Big Thank You

Posted on 31 Mar 2016

Clare thank you

A warm thank you to artist Clare Thackway for designing and painting the murals for our new Outdoor Sensory Space.


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