Cranbrook School
Cranbrook School Parents’ Association (CSPA)

Cranbrook School Parents’ Association (CSPA)

Building Stronger Ties between Parents and the Cranbrook Community 

The Cranbrook School Parents’ Association (CSPA) is the body that fosters stronger, deeper connections between parents, students, the School and the wider Cranbrook community. The Parents’ Association extends an open and warm welcome to all those joining the School. It provides a forum for discussion and an avenue for participation in the activities of the School, and facilitates dialogue between the parent body, the Headmaster and School Council. It assists both the School and the Cranbrook Foundation in accordance with the aims of the Association.

All parents are automatically members of the Cranbrook School Parents’ Association whilst they have a child at Cranbrook. 

 Our aim is to support the School to achieve its vision and goals and to foster an inclusive and caring spirit within the parent community. Events such as the reuse and recycle uniform sale, parent education presentations and cooking for the community are just a taste of what is on offer to complement the social events organised for parents

Susie fuller, president of the cspa

The Aims of the CSPA

  • promote and assist the development of Cranbrook
  •  support the School and the Cranbrook Foundation
  •  build bonds between parents and between parents and the School
  •  provide opportunities for parents to meet socially
  •  give feedback to the School Council on matters of concern to parents.

CSPA Meetings

At least four meetings a year are held in the evenings. The meetings are attended by a member of the School Council and the Headmaster. The President of the Association sits on the School Council. All parents are encouraged to become involved and are eligible to attend meetings.