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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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We are delighted to launch our 2017 Awesome Book Awards, an innovative prize that will honour the best new fiction for young readers aged 7-10 years, managed by Cranleigh Schools. Today we are proud to announce the shortlist of five exciting debut novels. Between now and March next year, we will be […]
On Friday night, lots of ‘human beans,’ of the ‘kiddles’ variety, had a ‘jumpsquiffling’ birthday party for Roald Dahl, with lots of ‘frothbuggling’ party games and a ‘codscollop’ of a party tea! For those not familiar with Roald Dahl-speak, 50 Lower School pupils enjoyed a wonderful birthday party to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Roald Dahl’s birth. […]
Dash to the Front! Mr Henderson’s wonderful book about Father Christmas’s reindeer has been adapted as an audio play. Members of the Common Room lent their voices to the characters in this endearing tale, which is now on sale at reception for £5, with all proceeds going to Cancer Research. The reindeer want to go […]
We are delighted to announce our Patron of Reading 2016-2017 will be the fantastic children’s author, Cliff McNish. Cliff will be coming to the school once a term throughout the year and keeping in touch through webinars in the interim periods. For this academic year, he will be our special, designated author who will work […]
At the weekend, Xavier represented the England U11 chess squad and travelled to Brussels for the annual team event vs the Belgian junior side. He joined 23 other players for a trip on the Eurostar, for a weekend of international level chess. The team event was closely fought, with the score level at 19-19 towards the end of […]
During a hugely successful 2015/16 rugby season the School won the HSBC National Rosslyn Park Cup; won thirteen out of the sixteen 1st XV School fixtures; lost only one match at U14 A level; produced seven elite academy Harlequins rugby players, two school boy international players, one professional player who signed for Harlequins and regularly put out […]
The annual cricket match between the Dads and Common Room took place on the last night of term on the Under 11 cricket pitch with the Common Room triumphing. “Catches win matches” is a cliché often uttered by the cricket coaches here but clearly had fallen on the deaf ears of parents who allowed numerous […]
Form 6 rose to the challenge of the annual Masterchef competition: 63 entered and cooked their signature dish; 16 were selected for the semi-final which was an unseen recipe, to be perfectly constructed within an hour. Choices of fish to be picked combined with how to cook the fluffiest mash and shape into the most delicious […]
We’ve raised a total of £40,000 for the school charities this year. We had a highly successful annual Charity Day on Monday, raising over £11,000 in a day. In the morning Form 1s slid down a water slide, Form 2s swam, Form 3s held an old-fashioned sports day, Form 4s walked to Pitch Hill and back, Form […]
The stunning work of budding young artists at Cranleigh Prep School has been originally displayed on a brightly-coloured cow, named ‘Cowlage’, as part of the Surrey Hills Cow Parade initiative. Dozens of colourful cows are starting to decorate the hills, farms, towns, schools and popular landmarks across Surrey, until the end of August, when they […]