Thought of the Week

10th Jun 2019
Quote Everybody can get angry, that's easy. But getting angry at the right person, with the right intensity, at the right time, for the right reason and in the right way, that's hard. Aristotle (384 BCE –… Read More

Thought of the Week

3rd Jun 2019
Quote The way to get good ideas is to get lots of ideas, and throw the bad ones away. Linus Pauling Explanation / Question / Challenge James Dyson (Dyson vacuum cleaners) spent five years making 5,127 prototypes before he… Read More

Bronze Eco Schools Award

24th May 2019
Cranbrook Education Campus has just been awarded a Bronze Eco Schools Award for the whole school efforts lead by the Eco-team towards creating a sustainable campus lifestyle.      Read More

Thought of the Week

20th May 2019
Your results will only change when you change your mindset, thinking and actions. Tony Dovale Explanation / Question / Challenge Achieving anything in life, whether that’s school grades, making a cake, building a business or climbing a mountain… Read More

Thought of the Week

13th May 2019
Quote We humans have lost the wisdom of genuinely resting and relaxing. We worry too much. We don't allow our bodies to heal, and we don't allow our minds and hearts to heal. Thich Nhat Hanh (Zen… Read More

Thought of the Week

6th May 2019
Quote Before you speak ask yourself: Is it kind, is it necessary, it is true, does it improve upon the silence? Shirdi Sai Baba (unknown – 1918) Explanation / Question / Challenge What kind of ‘words’ person are you?… Read More

Thought of the Week

29th Apr 2019
Quote Lives based on having stuff are less free than lives based either on doing or on being. William James (1842-1910) Explanation / Question / Challenge Having loads of ‘stuff’ is fairly new to the human civilisation, and is… Read More

Fortnite Gaming Concerns

4th Apr 2019
I am writing to you to raise awareness of a game that many of our children are playing online. Fortnite is an online survival game where players work together on missions to collect resources, build fortifications… Read More

Lyme Regis: The Philpott Museum and a Fossil Walk

22nd Mar 2019
Our Year Two children had hoped to find an Ichthyosaur head: but amongst slim pickings on the beach, we settled for some rare pyrite (golden) ammonites and pocketfuls of other fossils. In the Lyme Regis Museum, we… Read More

CEC Newsletter Spring 1 2019

15th Feb 2019
Dear parents/carers Please find our CEC Newsletter for Spring 1 2019 and our important dates and information summary below. CEC Feb Half Term CEC Newsletter Spring 1 2019 Important Dates and Information 2018-2019  The Newsletter contains the… Read More