8 JULY 2020

SCHOOL RESUMES FOR TERM 3 (Academic Year Sept 2019 – Aug 2020)

Dear Parents/Guardians,


We are pleased to inform you that the school will resume at school grounds in two stages with compliance to the Ministry of Education, Malaysia’s directives.


The school timing has been revised till the end of this term to minimise the physical contact time of your child whilst in school. Please refer to the table below:
Class timetables will be sent to parents/guardians via email by Friday 10 th July 2020.


All parents are requested to adhere to the following guidelines:
i. Ensure that your child wears a clean face mask every day.
ii. If your child is having a fever, cough or cold, please do not send them to school.


The school will follow all SOPs strictly as below:
i. The checking and recording of temperature of students, teachers and all staff
ii. Sanitisation of hands upon arrival and in between
iii. Encourage / remind students to practice good hygiene.
iv. Constantly disinfect surfaces
v. Practice social distancing as much as possible such as staggered break time, rearranging tables
with a good distance apart and placing distance markers in shared spaces.


Please ensure that your child has a proper breakfast as meals will not be served. Parents who have already made payments for lunch in their school fees for Term Three, rest be assured that the money will be brought forward to the following term’s fee.


The Activity period on Wednesdays will temporarily be replaced with a lesson. This is part of the precautionary measures taken for the safety of your child.


Thank you for your continuous support.


Yours sincerely,
Mrs Rena Logan

27 APRIL 2020


Dear Parents and Students,


The movement control order (MCO) to curb the spread of Covid-19 in the country has been further extended to 12 May 2020.


We would like to inform you that Term 3 will start on 4 May 2020 (Monday).


Foreseeing the extension of MCO and the possibility of Term 3 starting online, we had sent out a survey on Online Classes to Parents. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for participating in the survey.


For your information, our teachers were also given a survey to test their aptitude on the online delivery of their classes. Based on the results, we have provided our teachers with training to better equip them to deliver their classes online.


In view of the Online Classes, the management is offering revised fees for Term 3.


You will be receiving the revised fees invoice and further information regarding the Online Classes in your email soon.
Thank You,


Mrs. Rena Logan
The Principal


Please note that the dates may change as this is an evolving situation. We will keep you informed from time to time.

11 APRIL 2020


Dear Parents and Students,


The movement control order (MCO) to curb the spread of Covid-19 in the country has been further extended to 28 April 2020.


We would like to inform you that Term 3 will commence on 29 April 2020 (Wednesday). As you know, during the sudden forced school closure, we continued to touch base with our students through online classes. Additionally, we have decided to extend Term 3 to 20 August 2020.


Please note that the dates may change as this is an evolving situation. We will keep you informed from time to time. Thank you.


Mrs. Rena Logan
The Principal

9 APRIL 2020


Dear Parents and Students,


Today, 9 April marks the end of the MCO Online Classes henceforth the beginning of Term 2 holidays. First and foremost, I am thankful that our parents and teachers have been supportive with the online class arrangements that the school has made. Know that we are listening to your feedback and seek to further improve what we are already doing.


I would also like to give a big virtual hug to our students, the Cranberries who have been quick to adapt to this form of learning.


This Friday (April 10), the government is expected to make an announcement on whether the MCO will be further extended. Based on that, the school will make some decisions and inform you the soonest as possible. We understand that there is so much uncertainty at this point but it is an evolving situation thus we request your patience.


Thank you.


Mrs. Rena LoganThe Principal

28 March 2020


Dear Parents and Students of Cranbridge,


Cranbridge Academic Calendar Update due to Covid-19 – Online Classes from 30 March to 9 April 2020


First of all, I hope your family and you are doing fine.


The Government of Malaysia has extended the Movement Control Order to 14 April 2020.


Cranbridge will follow suit and the premise will remain closed.


However, on behalf of the school I am pleased to inform you that we will be conducting Online Classes. Please refer to the pdf. file sent along with this message for further information.


Most of our Secondary Level students are already accustomed to this method of learning and should be able to independently follow the classes. I request that you please make some time to guide your children in the Primary Level. They will definitely be excited to learn with you ��


As for the continuation of the Term 2 exams and commencement of Term 3, we will infom you when we have a clearer picture of the current situation.


Thank you, stay safe and ‘Just Stay at Home’.


Mrs. Logan
The Principal

16 March 2020


The Government of Malaysia has decided to implement the Movement Control Order, from March 18, 2020 to March 31, 2020, throughout the country.


Cranbridge will follow suit and be closed starting on March 18, 2020 (Wednesday).
Please take note of the following dates :


17 March 2020 (Tuesday) exam will still be on.


18 – 31 March 2020, implementation of Movement Control Order.


1 – 9 April 2020, back to school and continuation of exams and classes.


9 April 2020 (Thursday ), last day of Term 2


27 April 2020 (Monday), Back to school for Term 3


29 April 2020 (Thursday), Parents Teachers Day for Term 2 exam results

COVID-19 Announcement


What action has the school done so far?

Temperature screening and hand sanitization is done upon entry. The school is encouraging good
hygiene among pupils and staff by washing hands frequently, providing hand sanitizer, discouraging
handshakes and close contact. Students who have a temperature beyond the normal range and
those who appear to be unhealthy are sent home.

Are my children in danger of contracting Covid-19 by attending school?

Not any more so than anywhere else.

Will the school declare emergency holiday in lieu of Covid-19?

The school will continue till the end of the exam week (Friday, 20 March 2020) and close the
following week (Monday, 22 March 2020). School is expected to resume on Monday, 27 April 2020
which is the beginning of Term 3. However, should the Ministry of Education declare emergency
holiday due to Covid-19, the school will follow suit.

How will I be updated?

Respective class teachers will keep parents informed accordingly. Parents and students can also
check Cranbridge Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/cranbridgeedu) page, Instagram
(https://www.instagram.com/cranbridgeedugroup/) and Website
(https://www.cranbridge.edu.my/) for updates.

What if my child is unfit to attend school during exam week?

Please contact the school or class teacher to make arrangements.

Will the Cranbridge 3 rd Annual School Sports still be held on 28 March 2020?

The Ministry of Health has urged all sporting and social events be postponed till after 30 April 2020.
The school sports will be postponed till further notice.

As a parent, what can I do to help in this situation?

Please take the necessary precautions including:
– keeping your children home if they are sick OR
– have come into close contact with people who have recently returned from Iran, Italy, South
Korea, Denmark, China and Japan
– If possible, postpone any overseas travel plans especially to the countries stated above
– encourage children to wear a mask
– encourage good hygiene
– read about Covid-19 from reliable resources
– encourage children to stay healthy by keeping hydrated and having nutritious meals as well
as taking vitamin-C supplements
– do not panic
– encourage children to NOT shake/hold hands

Is it necessary to wear a mask?

Generally it is recommended for those who are feeling ill or have a cough to avoid infecting others
through transmission via droplets. HOWEVER wearing a mask to avoid falling ill can help too as it
protects the wearer from directly touching their nose and mouth. Your child may wear a mask if not
ill but it is not mandatory.