Our next Open Morning is on Saturday 11th March 2017 at 9.45am. Please contact Fiona Bundock on 01483 542051 for more details.
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An array of accomplished musical performers were in action at the Autumn Concert this week. The programme was really varied, and was a wonderful showcase of ensemble music making. From the youngest children in Form 1 and 2 singing their class songs through to the experienced Chamber Choir performing Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’, the children were […]
Three teams, each made up of two Form 3 & two Form 4 pupils, were selected to participate in the area heats for the National Science Quiz at Tormead School on Monday 28th November. The teams were chosen after gaining some excellent results in the preliminary quiz, in addition to showing a particular interest in science. […]
Former pupils Rory Calnan, Harry Gough and Issy Petter, currently in the Lower Sixth at Cranleigh School, were interviewed about their experiences playing hockey for England by Mike Howard during School Assembly on Friday. They each reminisced about their happy and formative years at Cranleigh Prep – Rory and Harry both arrived in Form 5 and […]
Captain Neve made his annual ‘flight’ to Cranleigh Prep today to attend a gruelling question and answer session with the inquisitive Form 3 pupils. His experience as a British Airways Captain always enhances and supplements our ’Airports and World Travel’ topic that we are studying in Form 3 Humanities at the moment. As usual we […]
The first round of the Surrey County Championships, involving the Mini and Novice riders took place on Saturday and against stiff opposition Cranleigh riders won both height classes. They will now go on to represent Surrey at the National County Championships in April next year where they will hope to be joined by their senior […]
From Sunday 31st October until early on Monday 14th November, we were graced with the presence of 11 students from Peponi House School in Nairobi, Kenya. They were accompanied by two wonderful members of staff, Doris Kwambo and Ezekiel Odanga. Arriving at school from Heathrow on the Sunday morning, the children had a warm welcome […]
After very convincing performances in their qualifying rounds, both the U12 and U13 girls’ hockey teams had both qualified for their respective IAPS national finals. The U12 competition was hosted at Clifton College on Monday 14th November and the U13 competition was hosted at Millfield School, Somerset, the very next day. Both days were incredibly […]
Form 2 undertook a Maths construction task on their second Saturday Activity Morning this term. Before building could commence, the children worked in pairs, using their mathematical knowledge to outline the plans for their chosen shapes. Once the designs were signed off, materials were collected and construction began. Having made a wide selection of shapes, they then produced a short […]
Seven Form 4 boys have been selected for the Prep School Lions and will represent them in the Youth World Cup in Gothenberg next year. Sam M played extremely well in the trials and was selected for the A squad while James D, Freddie P, Marcus M, Tom W, Liam R and Toby D were chosen to represent […]
The Shakespeare Schools’ Festival is definitely one of the highlights of the CPS drama calendar. After weeks of relentless practice, a group of talented and dedicated Form 6 pupils delighted the audience at the Leatherhead Theatre with a powerful performance of King Lear. Directed by the Head of Drama, Phil Waller, complimented with additional insightful direction from Sarah […]