The Crown Score got its name because of the Crown Hotel, which is located on the High Street at the score's top end. This score has 48 steps, and is made of brick and pebble walls which are signature to
this part of the country. 

The score is also home to the ‘Invasion of the Crabs’ sculpture by Paul Amey, a local artist. The design is meant to suggest that the crabs, having escaped the fishmonger’s slab, are threatening an assault on the High Street. The escape of the crabs, despite their impending death, links to our key value of resilience. When our students encounter difficult situations or seemingly impossible challenges, we will help them to demonstrate resilience and not be set back.