Our 11+ Activity Morning for prospective pupils is on Saturday 19th November at 8.30am. If not registered, please contact Fiona Bundock - 01483 542051.
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 staff, parents and pupils enjoyed a wonderful Tea Party in the Perry Quad on Friday afternoon, with a fabulous array of delicious cakes, beautifully decorated by the children themselves. It was a perfect opportunity for the parents to mingle with each other and their children, as well as chatting to staff about […]
Form 1 pupils were treated to an Egyptian Dance and Drum workshop led by Dave and Sunitra from the company ‘Cairo Comes to School’. They learnt a great deal about Egyptian life and were able to practise circle and line dancing as well as keeping a traditional Egyptian rhythm and working together […]
Annabel A and Maddie G, currently in Form 6, shone after being nominated for the Surrey Academy. Having attended weekly workshops throughout September, the girls were selected to attend the final trials on Sunday 9th October. We are delighted to announce that Annabel and Maddie were both successful and have been awarded places at the U14 Surrey Satellite […]
Form Four visited the British Museum on Monday 17th October to enhance their studies of the Humanities subjects. We visited the excellent exhibitions in the Aztec, Mesopotamian and Medieval European galleries and the children compared the different human civilisations that existed in these different locations and periods of history. It was a long but inspiring […]
On Friday 14th October, the day after our U13 girls won the IAPS South Regionals, it was the U12 girls’ turn to compete in the regional qualifier, which was also hosted by Hurst. This time, as there were only six teams who had entered, the tournament was played in a round-robin format, with the first two teams from this […]
On Thursday 13th October, the U13 girls travelled to Hurst where 18 teams contested the South qualifier, with the first three teams from this competition progressing to the National finals on Tuesday 15th November at Millfield in Somerset. Topping their group, with four wins out of four, Cranleigh took on Hawthorns in the quarter final round, […]
It has been a busy half term for the Equestrian team, some of whom have barely had a day off since the start of term! Having been out successfully competing most weekends they are now counting down to the four day National Championship competition at Addington Manor that takes place over the first weekend of […]
We are delighted to welcome our new Guide Dog puppy, Austin, into the world. He was born on 17th August and is being sponsored by Cranleigh Prep, in memory of Austin Neve, a former pupil here who loved dogs. Austin is currently settling in to his new home, starting to learn new skills that he will […]
The U9 and U10 rugby teams visited Twickenham on Saturday for a very special experience. The trip was a result of weeks of preparation, having been invited to take part in a rugby festival before the Argentina v Australia game which was to take place on the same day. The boys had all been fantastic […]
We enjoyed the first Upper School Book Breakfast of this academic year on Saturday. 25 children joined Mrs Schutte and Mrs Fenton in the library for hot chocolate, croissants and lots of book talk. To mark National Poetry Day, we discussed an inspirational poem written, by Roger McGough, especially for the day. The poem is […]