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A blend of tradition and innovation ensures a perfect atmosphere for our boys and girls. Our daily timetable and boarding environment provide the time for pupils to pursue their studies, sport, creative arts and much more. Our academic programme is designed to be stimulating and challenging with pupils responding to the encouragement and care of our staff, establishing a love of learning. We put the experience of each and every child at the heart of everything we do.
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The Form 1 children skipped out of school early on Tuesday morning to board the coach; the Humanities trip to Kew Gardens had finally arrived. After weeks of studying the rainforest there was much excitement in the air. Talk of pitcher plants, drip tips, sensitive plants and traveller’s plants had fuelled their curiosity. We arrived […]
After a very early start and a two and a half hour journey, Cranleigh Prep School arrived at Bryanston School in Dorset for the U13 Boys South IAPS Tournament 2017. As defending champions, the squad seemed focused on the tough day that lay ahead. Cranleigh Prep walked onto the hockey pitch for their first group […]
The Strings and Guitar final concluded the House Music Competition last night, with children performing on violin, cello, harp, acoustic and electric guitars. It was wonderful to see the performance confidence of the children, and the adjudicators remarked on the obvious practice and diligence that must be going on to achieve such high levels of […]
We enjoyed another lovely evening of music making in the House Music Competition Finals; this time featuring pianists and percussionists. Everyone was very well prepared and confident, showing great independence and poise in performing. The standards were high and some classes were fiercely competitive. The adjudicators selected the following performances as winners: Lower School Piano […]
Singing is a real strength of CPS and this was beautifully demonstrated in the Vocal Performance Final yesterday. The children showed enormous confidence and bravery by singing in front of such a large audience, and the categories were fiercely competitive. The range of musical styles and the different qualities of each individual singer was excellent […]
Friday afternoon saw the annual House cross-country event underway. It wasn’t nearly as cold as usual, as parents gathered to watch the competition unfold. Runners from the lower, middle and upper school completed their laps of the course to cheers and support from their families and classmates. The results were announced in chapel today: Individual winners […]
The first of the House Music Competition Finals took place this evening, with woodwind and brass players demonstrating their strong skills. Alex W was named as prize winner in the Lower School class for his confident recorder playing; Finnbar N (trombone) and Evie M (flute) won prizes in the Middle School; Tilly T (trumpet) and […]
Jo the Zoolab ranger came in to talk to Form 1 about the Rainforest. He tested their knowledge of the rainforest layers, and asked them to describe the habitat of the forest floor. The first creature was Brian the Giant African Land snail…. Jo’s second animal was introduced as a cave-dweller that likes to scuttle […]
Our Patron of Reading, Cliff McNish, returned to school last week to inspire, excite and entertain the Prep School children. Having seen most of the children in large groups during his last visit, this time he focused on teaching children in smaller groups. Form 1 were lucky enough to have Cliff read to them his […]