Our next Open Morning is on Wednesday 15th March 2017 at 9.45am. Please contact Fiona Bundock on 01483 542051 for more details.
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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We bid farewell to George MacDonald (or GMac as he is known by everyone) today, having done a fantastic job since joining us in September. Both staff and pupils will be sorry to see him go. George represented both the Prep and Senior School’s 1st football and rugby teams, and won the National Sevens at […]
Will (Form 5) began his polo career on Teddy, one of his hunting ponies, when he was only eight. Keen to pursue this sport, he started playing polo with the Crawley and Horsham Pony Club. Initially he played Jorrocks (6-U11), then moved on to Handley Cross (9-U14) and is now playing at Surtees level (9-U14). In 2016 he […]
We are delighted to announce that Lily H and Anna H have won coveted places in the National Children’s Choir for 2017, joining Scarlett S who is an existing member. This is a national ensemble with a stiff audition regime and singers have to demonstrate exceptional personal skills and potential to be selected. CPS has […]
Ms Turner taught everyone in Craft Club last term (including Mr Carson!), how to make fabulous stuffed animals out of socks. The outcome was fantastic! They were all wrapped and taken home ready to be given as Christmas presents to their friends and family. Those who finished their animals sewed beautiful fabric hearts which were […]
Carol Singing has become an intrinsic part of the Chamber Choir calendar, as the children really enjoy sharing their love of singing with the wider community. Visiting Cedar Court care home and Hydon Hill in Godalming was a rewarding experience for everyone, and the carols were very much enjoyed by residents, day visitors and staff. […]
Despite everyone’s brains feeling a little tired at this time of term, we are always impressed by the quick-thinking participants in our House Challenge competition. The competition takes place over the final week of the term and is attended by all pupils who watch with anticipation and awe as their house-mates face the pressure of […]
Tuesday 13th December, Mathematics Puzzle Day, is one of those days where pupils are stretched and pulled, albeit mathematically, in many directions. The aim of the day is to develop pupils’ problem solving strategies and skills when working in teams and independently, but also to show that maths is a really fun subject! This year […]
Our three new Poet Laureates were announced in assembly last week, after lots of pupils in the Lower, Middle and Upper School had submitted a fabulous selection of poems on ‘Friendship’. Congratulations to Mathilda B (Form 6), Marni W (Form 3) and Gabriel J (Form 2). The newly crowned Poet Laureates have been busy writing […]
On Monday night the boarders enjoyed a wonderful Christmas dinner, with singing, dancing, fabulous food, and even a visit from Father Christmas! We were delighted to find out that everyone had been very good as he had a gift for each of us! The kitchen staff looked amazing in special outfits and the three-course Christmas […]
During the last few weeks of the Michaelmas Term, the weekly theme in Chapel has focused on the lead up to Christmas. In week 14, Form 2S took to the stage and performed a retelling of a well-known story that is over 2000 years old. This modern version occurs in a slightly alternative universe containing superheroes. […]